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Teams tyre selection for the Monaco Grand Prix

Teams have chosen how many sets of each tyre they want for the Monaco Grand Prix. Ferrari and Red Bull have selected more sets of the soft C5 tyre than Mercedes which could suggest something about the strategy of the differing teams. For the race weekend, Pirelli has offered their softest three compounds with C3 being the hard tyre, C4 the Medium and C5 the softest. 
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