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Front-runners differ on tyre choices for Singapore

F1's usual trio of front-runners - Mercedes, Ferrari and Red Bull - have opted for different tyre allocations for Singapore with regard to Pirelli's soft compound. Max Verstappen and Alex Albon are stocking up on the red-rimmed tyre, with ten sets each, but Charles Leclerc and Sebastian Vettel will have nine sets of the C5 rubber, while Lewis Hamilton and Valtteri Bottas have elected for a more conservative approach, choosing just eight sets of the soft tyre. Pirelli and Alesi preview new 18-inch tyre at Monza Racing Point has followed Red Bull's lead by also stocking up on softs, while Williams' drivers, at the other end of the spectrum, will rely on a field-low of just seven sets of...
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