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Pirelli gives reasons for Baku tire failures, FIA gives new tire protocols

Pirelli released a statement with regards to the two tire failures during the Azerbaijan GP for Aston Martin and Red Bull. While the tire maker were quick to suggest it wasn't a tire construction failure, they did hint to what they called 'Running Conditions'. The key here is the compliance with 'starting conditions' and then […] The post Pirelli gives reasons for Baku tire failures, FIA gives new tire protocols appeared first on The Parc Fermé.
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