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Tyre selection for Monaco 2017

  • Published on 16 May 2017 15:05
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  • By: Rob Veenstra

Tyre supplier Pirelli has announced the choices made by the teams and drivers for the sets of tires for the Monaco Grand Prix.

The Italian tyre manufacturer makes three compounds available per weekend, of which a driver is to use two in the race.

This is a summary of the tyre selection for the weekend in Monaco.

Driver Sets soft Sets super soft Sets ultra soft
44. Hamilton 1 3 9
77. Bottas 1 3 9
3. Ricciardo 1 1 11
33. Verstappen 1 1 11
5. Vettel 1 2 10
7. Raikkonen 1 2 10
11. Perez 1 2 10
31. Ocon 1 2 10
18. Stroll 1 1 11
19. Massa 1 1 11
2. Vandoorne 1 2 10
22. Button 2 1 10
26. Kvyat 1 3 9
55. Sainz 1 3 9
8. Grosjean 1 2 10
20. Magnussen 1 2 10
27. Hülkenberg 1 1 11
30. Palmer 1 1 11
9. Ericsson 1 2 10
94. Wehrlein 1 2 10

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  • Vet5

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    RedBull are fairly going on the aggressive move arent they?

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    • May 16 2017 - 16:51
    • Yup, as do Williams and Renault, and that could be a good idea for a track like Monaco. You really need to get good laps in Qualifying, so ultra softs will be good there. Tyre management in the race shouldnt be too hard.

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      • May 17 2017 - 00:20

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