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Pirelli announces tyre compounds for Malaysia

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Pirelli announces tyre compounds for Malaysia
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Jun 16, 2016, 2:59 PM

Pirelli has announced its tyre compound choices for the Malaysian Grand Prix, the 16th round of the 2016 season.

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Pirelli tyres in front of Carlin garage
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Pirelli tyres

The Italian manufacturer will take the soft, the medium and the hard tyres to the Sepang event.

It will be the third time this year that Pirelli opts for that selection, having already chosen it for the Spanish and British Grands Prix.

The hards are the mandatory tyres that need to be used at least once during the race, while the softs are the tyre selected for Q3.

Tyres nominated so far in 2016:

 Australia   Supersoft Soft Medium  
 Bahrain   Supersoft Soft Medium  
 China   Supersoft Soft Medium  
 Russia   Supersoft Soft Medium  
 Spain     Soft Medium Hard
 Monaco Ultrasoft Supersoft Soft    
 Canada Ultrasoft Supersoft Soft    
 Azerbaijan   Supersoft Soft Medium  
 Austria Ultrasoft Supersoft Soft    
 Britain     Soft Medium Hard
 Hungary   Supersoft Soft Medium  
 Germany   Supersoft Soft Medium  
 Singapore Ultrasoft Supersoft Soft    
 Malaysia     Soft Medium Hard

 

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Series Formula 1
Event Malaysian GP
Location Sepang International Circuit
Author Pablo Elizalde