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No more blister problems - Pirelli

There were numerous complaints from drivers and teams last season of the Pirelli tyres that were being used, having blisters and making it a more difficult drive for the drivers.  However, Pirelli have now insisted the blisters are a thing of the past as we prepare for the 2019 season in Formula One. For 2019, there will be thinned rubber on the tyres; with them already being tested at the Yas Marinas Circuit during the end of the season testing, but few conclusions could be made from the testing. "On this circuit, you can mask the differences in some conditions a bit, I think they will start to feel the differences on several circuits," Mario Isola said...
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