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Tyres for next year will be tested this weekend

Pirelli will test next year's tyres at the second free practice session at Suzuka on Friday. In an extra-long practice session, all teams will try out the new tyres. Article continues under ad The second free practice session ahead of the Japanese Grand Prix will run a little differently than usual. The practice will be half an hour longer, ninety minutes instead of sixty, and it will be managed entirely by Pirelli. This is because the Formula 1 tyre manufacturer wants to test prototype tyres for next year. Read more Mercedes technical director: 'Problems solved after winter' Results will only be passed on to Pirelli All teams will receive a special programme from Pirelli for this training...
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