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Pirelli's Mario Isola: A question of strategy and tactics made the Grand Prix more interesting

Head of Pirelli Motorsport Mario Isola was fascinated to see a variation of strategies from each of the teams during the Japanese Grand Prix. It was predicted before the start of the weekend that a one-stop would be the fastest strategy, beginning the race on the soft tyres up until around half-race distance before the final stint on the medium compound. However, the warmer temperatures at the Suzuka International Racing Course meant the increase of degradation. Only eight drivers finished the race on a one-stop strategy, with the top four completing the event after pitting twice. Lewis Hamilton, who was one of the last drivers to pit, switched to a set of softs to go on and break Kimi...
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