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Pirelli fear less strategy variation with new tyres

Pirelli F1 boss Mario Isola admits there is a possibility of more one-stop races in 2022 due to the design brief for their new tyres. As part of the new Formula 1 regulations for 2022, Pirelli's 13-inch tyre compounds have made way for 18-inch replacements. The Italian manufacturer completed a series of tests throughout last year on these compounds with teams wanting a tyre less prone to overheating, allowing drivers to push more on the track. “The new tyres have been redesigned to achieve the targets that were defined by the drivers, the teams, the FIA and F1,' Isola told the Formula 1 website. 'Tyres and compounds with less overheating, the drivers want to attack more, we want more...
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