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Kevin Magnussen hopes F1 avoids 'ridiculous' management races in 2019

Haas Formula 1 driver Kevin Magnussen says he hopes there will not be Grands Prix in 2019 in which drivers have to undertake an “extreme and ridiculous” amount of tyre- or fuel-saving. Formula 1 tyre supplier Pirelli previously outlined plans to adopt a harder approach with its compounds for 2019. Pirelli anticipates that, while one-stop strategies will still be preferred, drivers should be able to push harder on the tyres, as opposed to running at a slower pace to preserve the rubber. In addition, the FIA has increased the fuel limit for each car from 105kg to 110kg for a race distance. Magnussen was one of the most vocal critics of heavy management races last year, having...
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