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Pirelli chooses hardest tyres for high-energy Qatar GP

Formula 1 tyre supplier Pirelli has compared Qatar’s Losail Circuit to Silverstone and Mugello, explaining its choice to bring the hardest compound tyres. The 16-turn Losail Circuit, which has been a long-term host of a round of the MotoGP championship, will welcome Formula 1 for the first time this weekend. Pirelli has opted to nominate […]
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