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Tyre improvements will aid 2021 racing - FIA

The FIA says Formula 1 tyres post-2020 will be less sensitive than the current specification in a bid to enhance the quality and quantity of grand prix racing. Pirelli has been Formula 1’s tyre supplier since 2011 and through its tenure has been asked by the sport to manufacture a variety of products. In the early spell of its contract it produced high-degradation tyres that required multiple pit stops but in recent years it has manufactured longer-lasting rubber.   Pirelli has evolved its tyres each year, focusing on reducing blistering and overheating for 2019, but has still faced complaints over a narrow operating window. The current compounds are also sensitive to the impact...
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