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Pirelli: "Fastest strategy around Mugello is a two-stop"

The Tuscan Grand Prix is expected to be a challenge for the drivers and for the Pirelli tyres, just as it was around Silverstone. According to Pirelli, a two-stopper will be the fastest strategy. With multiple turns at full throttle, the Mugello circuit will cause a lot of wear and tear in the tyres. Add to that the high temperatures - according to AccuWeather the mercury will rise to as much as 29 degrees in the afternoon in Tuscany - and it will be a Grand Prix where the tyres won't last long. Pirelli's recommendation is to make two pit stops during the race, Albert Fabrega reports on Twitter. The fastest strategy according to the tyre manufacturer is a stint on the soft tyres,...
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