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Formula 1's upcoming technical overhaul in 2021 is set to improve the show for fans, but teams have demanded big changes from Pirelli a year before that.
That's certainly the hope of the teams, the FIA and the F1 organisation after extensive discussions in recent weeks led to a focus on what is required from the tyres next season. Now it's up to Pirelli to get the job done - but it has relatively little time in which to complete the task.
Of late, tyres have played a huge role in determining form, especially in the rollercoaster midfield battle where those who master the black art of getting the Pirellis behaving right tend to lead the way on a given weekend.
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