Pirelli has confirmed the number of each compound every driver will take to the season-opening Australian Grand Prix.
The first round of the year kicks off in just under two weeks at Albert Park. This year, Pirelli has stripped back its dry compound range from seven to five, naming them C1 (hardest) through to C5 (softest).
Each weekend, the tyres will be called the 'hard', 'medium', and 'soft', regardless of where on the spectrum they fall. For the race in Melbourne, Pirelli has brought the C2, C3 and C4 tyres.
Mercedes and Ferrari have brought similar allocations, however Charles Leclerc has one set of the C2 tyre available to him.
Renault is the only team that has brought 10 sets of the C4 tyre, which is the softest available for the weekend. You can look at the full choice list below.