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Pirelli also surprised by problem with 2022 tyres

Pirelli is already busy testing for 2023. In the next season, the tyres should be closer together and understeer should also be reduced. Article continues under ad Pirelli tests In 2022, besides new regulations for the Formula 1 cars, there are also new tyres from Pirelli. The 18-inch tyres are new and therefore still have some problems. The biggest problem is the understeer that many drivers experience now, but also the C1 and C2 tyre are said to be too far apart. Read more Sprint race causes schedule changes at Austrian Grand Prix Pirelli, however, has set up a test programme in 2022 to gather as much data as possible for 2023. Ferrari, AlphaTauri and Alfa Romeo already took to the track...
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