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Big two go conservative for Baku

Next weekend's race on the streets of Baku, sees Pirelli take its C4, C3 and C2 tyres, the same compounds used in Australia and China. While Ferrari takes just seven sets of the softest rubber available, Mercedes takes eight. Red Bull, on the other hand, along with Haas, Alfa Romeo, Toro Rosso and Williams, takes nine sets, while the rest take ten. Ferrari takes the most sets of medium tyres, the Maranello outfit opting for 5, while the Mercedes pair take four. Red Bull, like Haas, Antonio Giovinazzi, Alexander Albon and Robert Kubica take three sets of the yellow-banded rubber. Daniel Ricciardo, Kimi Raikkonen, Daniil Kvyat and George Russell each take two sets of the hardest tyre, while...
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