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Pirelli to Continue with 2019 Tyre Compounds Next Season after Teams Veto 2020 Changes

Following a vote by all ten Formula 1 teams, Pirelli Motorsport will revert back to their 2019 tyre compounds for the 2020 season. Pirelli had been testing their prototype 2020 compounds in recent months but the vote by the teams was a unanimous one, meaning they will not change the specification of their tyres for next season. Most recently, the teams used the two-day, post-Abu Dhabi Grand Prix test at the Yas Marina Circuit to compare 2019 and 2020 compounds, but following this, it was decided that the planned tyres were not up to scratch. Teams therefore will be able to continue development of their 2020 machines without factoring in the new compounds of tyre, whilst also providing some...
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