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Pirelli chief Isola: 'New Pirelli tires ready to race faster'

Formula 1 is entering a new era this season with many new rules. Also new are the 18-inch Pirelli tires that should make it easier to drive behind another car. Formula 1 hopes this will provide more action on the track. Pirelli chief Mario Isola sees it positively. New tires faster ready to race Speaking to the Italian sports newspaper Corriere dello Sport Isola looks ahead to the upcoming season. The new, larger tires are part of a package of measures designed to promote duels on the track. Together with the new aerodynamic structure of the cars, it should become easy for drivers to get behind other cars and thus promote overtaking. Read more Schumacher critical of Hamilton: 'Not fair to...
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