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McLaren drivers stock up on soft tyres for China GP

Pirelli has released the team's tyre selections for next week's Chinese Grand Prix, revealing that McLaren's Lando Norris and Carlos Sainz will have a healthy inventory of soft tyres at their disposal. The McLaren pair has stocked up on the C4 compound, with nine sets of the red tyre for each driver, while the majority of the field has chosen either eight or seven sets. Mercedes' Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas will each rely on eight sets of the C4 rubber, but the reigning world champion has chosen an extra set of the medium compound compared to his team mate while the Finn has gone for an additional set of the hard tyres. Narrow operating window of RB15 challenging Red Bull drivers...
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