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Norris hits out at ‘dangerous' tyre failures that ‘shouldn't happen'

McLaren driver Lando Norris says Pirelli “should make the tyres better” after he was one of four racers to suffer a failure during Formula 1’s Qatar Grand Prix. Formula 1 tyre supplier Pirelli brought its three hardest compounds to the high-energy Losail circuit and advised that a one-stop strategy was an improbable proposition. While several […]
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