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Pirelli foresees a one-stop strategy

Formula One’s sole tyre manufacturer Pirelli predicts a one-stop strategy for today’s Belgian Grand Prix. The company’s head of car racing Mario Isola thinks that rear degradation will be crucial during the race. Isola stressed out that drivers will need to pay particular attention to the rear tyres to make a one-stop strategy successful during the 44-lap Belgian Grand Prix. The Italian thinks only unpredictable events such as a safety car phase could drive teams away from the recommended one-stop strategy. “With a one-stop soft-medium strategy being the likely way to go here, it was no real surprise that we saw only the red tyre during qualifying. Whether or not anyone deviates...
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