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Pirelli announces tyre choices until Canada

– Pirelli has announced its tyre compound nominations for the Spanish, Monaco and Canadian Grands Prix. Formula 1's sole supplier has elected to bring its Medium and Hard compounds to the Circuit de Barcelona-Catalunya, while it will take its Super Soft and Soft products to the streets of Monte-Carlo and Montreal. The Medium and Hard combination, the two hardest tyres in the brand's range, was also used for the Malaysian Grand Prix weekend. The Super Soft and Soft mixture will be used for the first time this season in Monaco.
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