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Tyre strategy for British GP: two-stop looks most favourable

After a wet qualifying session, Carlos Sainz is the brand new polesitter at Silverstone. It looks set to be a far from easy race. Pirelli has shared the various strategic options available to the teams and drivers for the British Grand Prix on Twitter. Article continues under ad Read more Final starting grid British GP | Sainz and Verstappen on front row Read more Verstappen and Sainz get bored at press conference The fastest and best strategy seems to be the two-stopper. That is because the degradation and tyre wear are high due to many long, fast corners that will quickly wear out the Pirelli's. Two opening stints Still, the most likely option seems to be for all drivers to start the...
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