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Teams to face new tyre pressure checks following Baku failures

Formula 1 teams will face tougher tyre checks to ensure they are following the prescribed tyres pressures set out by F1's sole tyre supplier Pirelli, following an investigation into the failures during the Azerbaijan Grand Prix. Pirelli concluded that the way in which teams were running their tyres contributed to the failures on two cars […]
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