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Pirelli confirm softest C5 tyre debut for Monaco Grand Prix

Pirelli has confirmed the softest tyre compound will make its debut appearance during the Monaco Grand Prix. This morning, they announced their tyre selection for the Monte Carlo race which also includes C3 and C4. The #Fit4F1 selection for the #MonacoGP!More info: https://t.co/RKFDcRZoLn pic.twitter.com/XBO5dqhjJD — Pirelli Motorsport (@pirellisport) 21 maart 2019
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