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Pirelli to bring softest tyres to Monaco GP

Pirelli has confirmed that its 2019-spec C5 compound will be used at a Grand Prix for the first time in Monaco. Pirelli has altered its naming system for 2019 and has five dry-weather compounds named C1 to C5, increasing in softness and wear, having dropped the previous 'rainbow range' approach. The three nominated compounds at each Grand Prix are referred to as Hard (white), Medium (yellow) and Soft (red). For Monaco Pirelli has nominated the C3, C4 and C5, the first time that the softest compound from its range will be used at a Grand Prix in 2019. As per usual each driver will receive one set of each of the Soft, Medium and Hard tyres from Pirelli, and is then permitted free...
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