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Pirelli want tyres to fall off ‘cliff’ again from 2023

Pirelli's head of motorsport says that the Italian manufacturer wants to reintroduce Formula 1 tyres that will fall off the cliff from 2023 onwards. Speaking to GPFans, Mario Isola said that the company wants a return to a time where their tyre range had a set mileage when it comes to its performance over the course of a Grand Prix distance. 'The only possibility is that we design a tyre which, at a certain point, has a cliff. We design a tyre with a mileage and if you go above this mileage you have a cliff in the performance,' Isola said. 'You can understand it's not easy. Each car is different, each car has a different wear profile, each driver has a different driving style. If you put...
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