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Pirelli announces tyre compounds for the Abu Dhabi GP

  • Published on 22 Aug 2019 11:04
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  • By: Fergal Walsh

Pirelli has confirmed the tyre compounds that it will bring to the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix later this year.

The Yas Marina Circuit will host the final round of the 2019 season, with the race being held on the 1st of December. 

For the final event of the year, Pirelli has opted to bring the softest allocation of tyres in its range, with the C3, C4 and C5 compounds available to the teams for the weekend. 

The C3 [hard] tyre will be marked by a white side wall, the C4 [medium] will be identified with a yellow line, and the [soft] C5 will have red side walls.

It will be just the fourth time throughout the year that the C5 compound will be used, and the first race since Singapore that makes use of the softest tyre. 

 

Grand Prix

      C1

    C2

     C3    C4         C5
Australia         X        X       X           
Bahrain        X       X        X                   
China         X        X         X         
Azerbaijan         X        X       X           
Monaco                     X       X            X
Spain        X       X         X    
Canada            X       X            X
France         X        X       X  
Austria          X        X       X  
Great Britain        X       X        X    
Germany         X        X       X  
Hungary         X        X       X  
Belgium        X       X        X    
Italy         X        X       X  
Singapore            X       X           X
Russia         X        X        X  
Japan        X       X        X    
Mexico         X        X       X  
USA         X        X       X  
Brazil        X       X        X    
Abu Dhabi            X       X            X

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  • Yay, I totally look forward to that "definitely not a snore fest (yawn) what is a finale"... Any other track would be fine, Liberty...

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    • Aug 22 2019 - 16:50

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29 - Mar 31
12 - Apr 14
26 - Apr 28
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10 - May 12
23 - May 26
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7 - Jun 9
21 - Jun 23
France Paul Ricard
28 - Jun 30
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United Kingdom Silverstone
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Germany Hockenheimring
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Hungary Hungaroring
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