Pirelli has revealed the tyres that will be taken to the grands prix of Belgium, Italy and Singapore.
Teams and Pirelli head straight to Hungary from Germany for the only European back-to-back race of the year.
After Austria and Silverstone, another venue where the weather can be unpredictable.
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A wide variety of potential strategies predicted: Two stops most likely.
Between two and three pit stops expected if it is a dry race P Zero Orange Hard and P Zero Medium tyres well-suited to the high-speed demands of Silverstone.
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Two pit stops anticipated, making strategy key on a circuit where overtaking is difficult.
Higher temperatures make tyres work harder but wear and degradation remain low.
For the all-new Austrian Grand Prix, Pirelli will bring the two softest compounds in the range: P Zero Yellow soft and P Zero Red supersoft.
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Wear and degradation minimal around the demanding streets of Monte Carlo, without compromising performance.
Intermediate tyre proves its versatility once more.