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Pirelli expects two-stop strategy at high-energy Losail

Formula 1 tyre supplier Pirelli says teams are unlikely to be able to stop just once at the Qatar Grand Prix due to the high-energy nature of the circuit. Pirelli has brought its hardest compound tyres to Losail in order to deal with the demands of the circuit. Losail features several medium- and high-speed corners, […]
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