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From next season on, all drivers will be given free tyre choice for race

In the upcoming 2022 season, the Q2 tyre rule will be abolished. This will mean that drivers in the top ten of qualifying will also be given free tyre choice for the race on Sunday. Auto, Motor und Sport reports that next season the tyre rule in Q2 will be abolished. With this new rule Formula 1 wants to make the races more exciting. Free choice of tyres for the whole field should ensure even more different strategies in the race. Currently the top ten drivers in qualifying have to start on the tyre with which they set the fastest time in Q2. In theory, this would give the drivers at the back of the grid an advantage at the start of the race due to the free choice of tyres, but in reality...
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