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Sainz tests wet and intermediate tyres for Pirelli

Under a bright blue sky in Fiorano, Italy, Carlos Sainz is today testing the new rain tyres for the 2023 season for Pirelli. The aim is to have better compounds next year that are easier to use in wet conditions. Article continues under ad It was regularly noticed this season that drivers opted for the green intermediate tyres instead of the blue full wets in the rain. Even during the rain race in Japan, where teams were practically forced to use the full wets, intermediates were very quickly chosen again. The FIA announced after that race that the organisation would work with tyre supplier Pirelli to analyse how the full wets could be improved. Read more Alpine CEO confirms criticism...
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