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Pirelli continues 18-inch tyre evaluations with Bahrain test

Pirelli has conducted its latest test of the 18-inch tyres, collaborating with Ferrari at the Bahrain International Circuit on Tuesday. The 18-inch tyres will be introduced to Formula 1 next year, along with a wider set of technical regulation changes. Both Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc were present at the test, completing 141 laps between […]
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