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Pirelli expects usual two stops in Hungary

– Pirelli Motorsport Director Paul Hembery believes teams and drivers will opt for the usual two stops in the Hungarian Grand Prix this weekend.Pirelli will supply its medium and soft compound tyres for the eleventh round in the championship, last used in combination in China and Bahrain and prior to that in Australia, for the season opener."Hungary is well-known for being a tricky layout, where it's difficult to overtake and to find a perfect set-up for the whole lap. This means that strategy is especially important, as it offers a rare opportunity to gain track position," Hembery said."The weather is normally a talking point in Hungary, but having seen how our tyres...
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