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Red Bull opt for conservative tyre choices for French GP

French Grand Prix – Red Bull Racing have elected for more sets of the harder Pirelli tyres for Formula One's return to Paul Ricard. The 2018 French Grand Prix will mark the first time Formula One has raced at the Paul Ricard circuit since 1990, and the first time there has been a French Grand Prix on the calendar since 2008. Whilst the track will be something of an unknown, Pirelli have previously conducted tyre tests at the venue, which will go some way to helping them choose the best compounds for the circuit. For the upcoming race, Red Bull have been the most conservative with their tyre choices, electing for seven sets of the ultrasoft tyres – the fewest of all the teams...
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