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Pirelli Announces Nominations Up To Hungarian Grand Prix
Posted by: ASkyler on Jun 06, 2014 - 02:41 PM
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Pirelli Announces Nominations Up To Hungarian Grand Prix


Pirelli has announced the next four tyre nominations for the grands prix held in Austria, Great Britain, Germany and Hungary.

For the all-new Austrian Grand Prix, Pirelli will bring the two softest compounds in the range: P Zero Yellow soft and P Zero Red supersoft. For the British Grand Prix, the P Zero Orange hard and P Zero White medium tyres will be used. In Germany, the nomination is P Zero Yellow soft and P Zero Red supersoft, while in Hungary there will be the P Zero White medium and P Zero Yellow soft tyres.

The Red Bull Ring in Austria, which is new to the Formula One calendar, contains several tight and twisty sections requiring the two tyres that produce the maximum mechanical grip, even at relatively low speeds. Tarmac roughness in Austria is also very low.

Silverstone is a complete contrast: one of the fastest circuits of the season with high energy loads going through the tyres. Because of this, the two hardest tyres in the range are best-suited to the British track.

 

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This year, the German Grand Prix is held at Hockenheim, which combines some fast straights with a slower and more technical stadium section that forms a significant part of the lap. To provide maximum performance, the soft and supersoft compounds will be in action once more, on a track that has generally low energy demands on the tyre.

The Hungaroring is another relatively slow-speed track, but the race is often run in hot conditions, increasing the work on the tyres. To provide a wide working range and increase opportunities for strategy, the medium and the soft tyres will be brought to Hungary.

The tyre choices so far

Australia Soft Medium

Malaysia Medium Hard

Bahrain Soft Medium

China Soft Medium

Spain Medium Hard

Monaco Supersoft Soft

Canada Supersoft Soft

Austria Supersoft Soft

Britain Medium Hard

Germany Supersoft Soft

Hungary Soft Medium

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