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German GP: Qualifying notes - Pirelli

German Grand Prix, a two-stop strategy is theoretically fastest, although there is not a big time difference to a three-stopper. Ultimately, the decision will come down to degradation and wear rate - which will also be influenced by track temperature - and external race circumstances, such as traffic.If it rains, the strategy will have to be reactive rather than premeditated. Our prediction for the quickest strategy is supersoft-supersoft-soft, stopping on laps 18 and 38. A three'stop sprint strategy could also work, but the two-stopper is more likely.
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