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Pirelli confirms drivers' tyre choices for Monaco GP

  • Published on 16 May 2019 09:49
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  • By: Fergal Walsh

Pirelli has confirmed the tyres that each driver will bring to the Monaco Grand Prix in two weeks' time.

The Italian marque is bringing the softest allocation available to it, with the C3 being the hardest compound, the C4 the middle and the C5 the softest.

The C5 compound is the clear favourite for the weekend, as Monaco is a low degradation circuit. However, Mercedes has brought one extra set of the C4 tyre compared to rivals Ferrari and Red Bull.

Racing Point and Williams have also chosen to bring a more conservative selection for the weekend compared to the other teams. 

 

Driver C3 C4 C5
Lewis Hamilton 1 2 10
Valtteri Bottas 1 2 10
Sebastian Vettel 1 1 11
Charles Leclerc 1 1 11
Max Verstappen 1 1 11
Pierre Gasly 1 1 11
Daniel Ricciardo 2 1 10
Nico Hulkenberg 1 2 10
Kevin Magnussen 2 1 10
Romain Grosjean 1 2 10
Carlos Sainz 1 2 10
Lando Norris 1 2 10
Sergio Perez 2 2  9
Lance Stroll 2 2  9
Kimi Raikkonen 1 2 10
Antonio Giovinazzi 1 2 10
Daniil Kvyat 1 2 10
Alexander Albon 1 2 10
George Russell 1 3  9
Robert Kubica 1 3  9

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