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Pirelli happy with fight between Verstappen and Sainz: 'The tyres helped'

In Canada, Max Verstappen and Carlos Sainz raced hard in the closing stages of the race. A fight that probably would not have been possible with the previous generation of cars. Mario Isola of Pirelli is happy because his tyres contribute to the better 'raceability' this season. Article continues under ad Verstappen held his Red Bull Racing RB18 for no less than 16 laps in front of an attacking Sainz, who was able to keep his Ferrari F1-75 within a second at the crucial moments for almost all of those laps. Pirelli chief Isola believes the battle between the Dutchman and Spaniard in Canada would have been impossible with the old generation of F1 cars. The Italian is therefore pleased to...
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