Tyres, Bahrain International Circuit, 2015

Pirelli continue with same tyre choices for next races

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Tyres, Bahrain International Circuit, 2015Pirelli will continue to use the same tyre allocations as last year for the next four races.

As in 2014, F1’s official tyre supplier will bring its hardest tyre compounds for the Spanish Grand Prix, and its softest combination for Monaco, Canada and Austria.

Circuit2015 Option2015 Prime2014 Option2014 Prime
MelbourneSoftMediumSoftMedium
SepangMediumHardMediumHard
ShanghaiSoftMediumSoftMedium
BahrainSoftMediumSoftMedium
CatalunyaMediumHardMediumHard
Monte-CarloSuper SoftSoftSuper SoftSoft
MontrealSuper SoftSoftSuper SoftSoft
Red Bull RingSuper SoftSoftSuper SoftSoft

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5 comments on “Pirelli continue with same tyre choices for next races”

  1. Pirelli changed the SS compound for 2015 but do we know what exactly they changed about it?

  2. Hard compounds plus a very demanding track in terms of aero = Mercedes/Hamilton domination!

    1. We can’t have that,Pirelli should supply the Soft and Super Soft to give manor a chance.

  3. Good, I hope Mercedes and Ferrari can use prime tires on Q1 from now.

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