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Tyre selections for 2018 Brazilian Grand Prix

  • Published on 30 Oct 2018 11:55
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  • By: Fergal Walsh

Pirelli has announced the tyre selections each driver has made for the Brazilian Grand Prix in just under two weeks. The Italian tyre supplier selected the medium, soft and super soft compounds for the weekend, with drivers choosing ten sets in total, while three are designated by Pirelli. 

The allocations are similar across the board, with all drivers taking wither one or two sets of the white-walled medium tyre. Lewis Hamilton, Valtteri Bottas and Sebastian Vettel have all brought nine sets of the super softs, while Kimi Raikkonen has an extra set of mediums and softs compared to Mercedes together.

MEXICAN GRAND PRIX
Driver        Medium          Soft     Super Soft
44. Hamilton           1              3              9
77. Bottas           2              2              9
5. Vettel            1              3              9
7. Raikkonen           2              3              8
3. Ricciardo           1              3              9
33. Verstappen           1              3              9
11. Perez           1              4              8
31. Ocon           1              4              8
18. Stroll           2              2              9
19. Sirotkin           1              3              9
27. Hulkenberg           2              3              8
55. Sainz           1              4              8
10. Gasly           2              3              8
28. Hartley           1              4              8
8. Grosjean           1              3              9
20. Magnussen           2              2              9
14. Alonso           2              4              7
2. Vandoorne           2              4              7
9. Ericsson           2              2              9
16. Leclerc           1              3              9

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