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Pirelli confirms drivers' tyre choices for Singapore GP

  • Published on 10 Sep 2019 12:01
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  • By: Fergal Walsh

Pirelli has confirmed the tyres it will bring to the Singapore Grand Prix later this month.

The Italian marque is bringing the softest allocation of tyres for the weekend, with the C5 compound available to the teams for just the third time this year.

The C3 compound will act as the hardest tyre, with the C4 being the middle compound.

Mercedes has brought a more conservative choice compared to rivals Ferrari, as the Silver Arrows has eight sets of the C5 tyre for Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas, compared to nine for the Ferrari duo.

Three teams, Red Bull, Renault and Racing Point, will all bring 10 of the red-walled C5 soft compound, while Williams will bring just seven sets.

 

Driver C3 C4 C5
Lewis Hamilton 2 3 8
Valtteri Bottas 2 3 8
Sebastian Vettel 1 3 9
Charles Leclerc 1 3 9
Max Verstappen 2 1 10
Alexander Albon 2 1 10
Daniel Ricciardo 1 2 10
Nico Hulkenberg 2 1 10
Kevin Magnussen 1 3 9
Romain Grosjean 2 2 9
Carlos Sainz 2 2 9
Lando Norris 2 2 9
Sergio Perez 2 1 10
Lance Stroll 2 1 10
Kimi Raikkonen 1 3 9
Antonio Giovinazzi 2 2 9
Daniil Kvyat 2 2 9
Pierre Gasly 2 2 9
George Russell 2 4 7
Robert Kubica 1 5 7

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  • Fun to see the big 3 have pretty different picks of tyres. In reality I doubt it changes much for the race, but interesting nevertheless.

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    • Sep 10 2019 - 18:07

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