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Only Renault dares to be different in Abu Dhabi

Next week's season finale in Abu Dhabi sees little various between the teams in terms of tyre choice. Daniel Riccardo, Sergio Perez, Marcus Ericsson and the Ferrari, Williams and McLaren duos all opt for 10 sets of the ultrasoft rubber, while the rest - bar Renault - take 9 sets. At Renault, Nico Hulkenberg and Carlos Sainz will take 8 sets of the purple-banded rubber as the French outfit seeks to overhaul Toro Rosso in the constructors' standings in the Faenza outfit's last race before switching to Honda engines. The pattern is similar in terms of the supersofts, though there is a slight difference of opinion at Mercedes with Lewis Hamilton taking 2 sets and teammate Valtteri Bottas 3. At...
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