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Pirelli confirms drivers' tyre choices for British GP

  • Published on 02 Jul 2019 18:04
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  • By: Fergal Walsh

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

The Italian marque is bringing the hardest range allocation available to it, with the C1 being the hardest compound, the C2 the middle and the C3 the softest.

Most teams have brought eight or nine sets of the red-walled C3 compound, with Renault being the only team that will arrive with 10 sets.

Williams has gone a different route and arrives with just seven sets of the C3s for their drivers. You can check out the full list below. 

 

Driver C1 C2 C3
Lewis Hamilton 1 4 8
Valtteri Bottas 1 4 8
Sebastian Vettel 1 3 9
Charles Leclerc 1 3 9
Max Verstappen 1 3 9
Pierre Gasly 1 3 9
Daniel Ricciardo 2 1 10
Nico Hulkenberg 1 2 10
Kevin Magnussen 1 3 9
Romain Grosjean 1 3 9
Carlos Sainz 1 4 8
Lando Norris 1 4 8
Sergio Perez 2 2 9
Lance Stroll 2 2 9
Kimi Raikkonen 1 3 9
Antonio Giovinazzi 1 3 9
Daniil Kvyat 1 3 9
Alexander Albon 1 3 9
George Russell 1 5 7
Robert Kubica 2 4 7

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