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Williams with an interesting tyre choice for Singapore

Williams drivers George Russell and Robert Kubica will have plenty of medium compounds during the Singapore Grand Prix while Red Bull opted for the most aggressive tyre selection among the top teams. Pirelli will supply teams with the C5, C4 and C3 compounds, the three softest ones of its 2019 tyre range. It is no surprise considering the layout of the Marina Bay Street Circuit. The narrow, twisty track featuring a total of 23 corners, requires perfect mechanical grip. The circuit itself is low-grip and slippery; evolving considerably as more rubber gets laid down. Average speeds are contained, so degradation is not usually an issue provided that wheelspin – which can lead to overheating...
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