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Pirelli: Three F1 teams to test 18-inch tyres in 2019

Pirelli has revealed that Mercedes, McLaren and Renault will all supply mule cars for the Italian manufacturer's 18-inch tyres test program that it will conduct later this year. Formula 1's exclusive tyre supplier offered all teams a chance to take part in its test program, but only the three aforementioned outfits responded to the offer which requires teams to supply 2019-spec cars fitted with heavily revised suspension systems to cope with Pirelli's prototype 18-inch tyres. Red Bull could not volunteer for the development program because its change from Renault to Honda power means it does not have a compliant car, while Ferrari claims it did not have the resources and time to...
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