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Verestappen about Pirelli tyres: "Tire pressure is insanely high"

Max Verstappen is not so happy with Pirelli's high tyre pressure for its Formula 1 tyres. According to the Red Bull Racing driver, this is not ideal and each team drives with the lowest possible tyre pressure, so there are no strategic differences between the race team in this respect. Furthermore, the nine-time Grand Prix winner states that Renault has a stronger qualifying mode than Honda. "Yeah, you get to know everybody better. Especially my engineer (Gianpiero Lambiase) and that's the most important thing in the end", says Verstappen at Ziggo Sport when he looks back at the differences between how he arrived at Red Bull in 2016 in Barcelona and how things stand now. "We...
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