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Pirelli boss delighted with outcome of ‘new approach’ to 2022 tyres

Pirelli's head of Formula 1 and car racing Mario Isola is pleased with the work his team have put into the new 2022 tyres, and he is hopeful they will have the desired effect. F1 will undergo radical change in 2022, as the aerodynamic efficiency of the cars will be reduced and the ground effect will return. The tyres will also change; they will increase to 18 inches this season, in a move that is aimed at reducing tyre degradation to make tyre management less of an issue. As such, plenty of one-stop races are anticipated in 2022, and Isola confirms that a new design philosophy was needed. He also revelled in the “big achievement” of managing to develop the new rubber with the teams...
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