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F1 teams to stick with fixed Pirelli tyre allocation for 2022

Formula 1 teams will continue to use Pirelli’s fixed allocation of tyres for grand prix weekends in 2022. Prior to the Covid-19 pandemic, teams were free to choose how many of the 13 tyre sets they brought to a race weekend were Hards, Mediums or Softs. However, this method changed in 2020 due to the […]
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