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Pirelli Australian GP Tyre Selections

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March 5 2019

 
 Pirelli Australian GP Tyre Selections
 
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Pirelli Australian GP Tyre Selections
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05/03/2019 12:03
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Re: Pirelli Australian GP Tyre Selections
dot_com (IP Logged)
05/03/2019 14:24
Am I the only one who thinks that the whole tire thing has become ridiculously over-complicated and boring? I personally just switch off when people start talking about tire compounds now.

 
Re: Pirelli Australian GP Tyre Selections
AlanJones (IP Logged)
05/03/2019 14:54
They should just quit the C numbering. Just hard medium and soft. Let Pirelli decide on the compound which is which. Fans do not need to know this.


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Re: Pirelli Australian GP Tyre Selections
j-s (IP Logged)
05/03/2019 15:57
I like this year's system better than last year's rainbow.

And at least there are some small variations between teams and drivers regarding their tyre choices. Has this ever impacted a race? I don't know. I doubt it.

We're talking about it though. That's the main reason behind it.

 
Re: Pirelli Australian GP Tyre Selections
dot_com (IP Logged)
05/03/2019 22:36
Slicks, inters and wets, that’s all we need :-)

 
Re: Pirelli Australian GP Tyre Selections
Mikef1 (IP Logged)
07/03/2019 08:46
Prime option inter wet. That was always best. Nobody cared which of the toughness range we were on at any given track. If you had prime medium option inter wet to allow for the 3 tyre rule that would be fine too.

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