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Pirelli expects more predictable F1 races in 2020

Formula 1 tyre supplier Pirelli believes grands prix may be more predictable through the 2020 season on account of teams deciding to continue using 2019-spec tyres. Formula 1 teams were unenthused by Pirelli’s 2020-spec C4 compound that was trialled during practice at the United States Grand Prix last October, though cold weather was blamed for several issues. Teams reconvened for two days of post-season testing at the Yas Marina Circuit in December but once more the newer tyres did not receive positive feedback. An e-vote was scheduled, as per Formula 1 regulations, allowing teams to abandon the 2020-spec tyres if seven of the 10 representatives agreed. All 10 teams voted to reject...
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