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Pirelli nominates tyres

Pirelli has announced its next four tyre nominations for the upcoming grands prix in Austria, Great Britain, Germany and Hungary.With F1 returning to Austria for the first time since 2003, the Italian supplier will take the two softest compounds in its range, the soft and supersoft, to the Red Bull Ring, which contains several tight and twisty sections and has low tarmac roughness.Hard and medium tyres will be used at Silverstone, one of the fastest circuits of the season by contrast, with high energy loads going through the tyres. Last year's British GP resulted in a number of tyre failures that forced Pirelli to change its tyre design for the rest of the season. Live on Sky Sports Live...
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