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Tyre wear will determine strategy: 'Crucial to look after that'

Friday in Miami was quite chaotic. There were many interruptions due to red flags and several drivers ended up next to the track due to spins and small mistakes. According to Pirelli, it will be crucial for the drivers to take care of their tyres, but that is not the only challenge on the brand new circuit. "There was good grip from the start and tyre wear here seems set to decide the strategy: on paper there seems little to choose between a one-stopper and a two-stopper, but the wear rate will tip the balance", begins Mario Isola on the website of the tyre supplier. Carlos Sainz even suffered a puncture after a spin during FP1, so a mistake could be very costly during...
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