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.
Pirelli issues tire report for F1 race
Wear and degradation minimal around the demanding streets of Monte Carlo, without compromising performance.
Intermediate tyre proves its versatility once more.
Tyres provide all the mechanical grip on the slowest circuit of the year.
Two pit stops only on one of the most challenging circuits of the year.
Track temperature increases significantly in the afternoon but wear and degradation is in line with expectations or less than expected.
Tyre wear and degradation in line with expectations on one of the toughest circuits of the year.
The two hardest tires for a high-energy circuit.
Soft tyre used to start the race in demanding cool conditions.
Top speed of 316 Khp on the straight on the intermediate tyres.
Pirelli has nominated the tyres that will be used in the grands prix of Spain, Monaco and Canada.
Performance gap between medium and soft tyres drops as track temperatures fall during the evening race.
Recharging of new power units means tyres have to deliver over just one flying lap.
Pirelli summarises 10 key tire points after first two Grands Prix of 2014.
Transcript of the Friday press conference organised by the FIA for the 2014 Malaysian Grand Prix.
Mercedes swept the day in Sepang.
Increased water evacuation from Cinturato Blue Wet in case of heavy rain.
Marbles, graining and blistering all reduced compared to last year
P Zero white medium and P Zero yellow soft face the complex Melbourne street circuit.
The agreement, stipulates that each team will devote one day per year exclusively to testing the latest products and developments from Pirelli.
Increased performance gap between hard and medium, and medium and soft compounds.