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Why Ferrari are expecting an intense test for tyres at Suzuka

Article To news overview Ferrari are expecting high tyre wear at this weekend's Japanese Grand Prix at the Suzuka Circuit. Suzuka is unique on the F1 calendar as only circuit in a figure-of-eight layout, meaning tyre wear is distributed more evenly across both sides of the car. The circuit also has plenty of long corners that contribute to high tyre wear, and the high probability of rain during the weekend will make the Japanese Grand Prix a tough race for tyre management, as Ferrari's Head of Tyre Science, Carlos Galbally, explains. "It's a very high energy track, characterised by its high speed sections with frequent changes of direction," said Galbally. "It is an anomaly...
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