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Steiner believes Monaco tyre choices favour Haas

Guenther Steiner is confident his Haas team will replicate their Barcelona performance in Monaco because Pirelli's tyre choice suits them. Haas has struggled with tyre management in the early part of the season, but Romain Grosjean and Kevin Magnussen managed to keep the tyres in at optimum levels for longer in Spain.  As usual, Pirelli has deployed the softest selection of tyres for the Monaco Grand Prix. Steiner believes these options will allow Haas to keep their good form unlocked going into the most glamorous race of the season.  "The biggest difference for Monte Carlo will be the choice of tyre. We're running the C4 and C5s from Pirelli - the softest types of tyres we...
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