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Super soft compound favoured for Hungary GP

  • Published on 19 Jul 2017 09:48
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  • By: Fergal Walsh

Pirelli has announced what tyres each driver will be bringing to the Hungarian Grand Prix in just over a weeks time. The Italian manufacturer nominated the medium, soft and super soft compound, with every team favouring the red-walled super soft tyre. 

Teams can choose 10 sets of tyres from the 13 they are allocated with throughout the weekend. Not one driver chose an additional set of the medium compound, with every team bar Haas taking either 9 or 10 sets of the super soft compound.

         Driver           Medium          Soft        Super Soft
       44. Hamilton             1           3               9
       77. Bottas             1           3               9
       3. Ricciardo             1           3               9
      33. Verstappen             1           2              10
       5. Vettel             1           3               9
       7. Raikkonen             1           3               9
      11. Perez             1           2              10
      31. Ocon             1           2              10
      18. Stroll             1           2              10
      19. Massa             1           2              10
       2. Vandoorne             1           2              10
      14. Alonso             1           2              10
      26. Kvyat             1           3               9
      55. Sainz             1           3               9
       8. Grosjean             1           4               8
       20. Magnussen             1           4               8
       27. Hülkenberg             1           2              10
       30. Palmer             1           2              10
        9. Ericsson             1           3               9
       94. Wehrlein             1           3               9

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  • Pretty amazing, Pirelli need to rethink the way it makes tyres for 2018

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    • Jul 19 2017 - 11:13

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