Paul Hembery is predicting possible two stop strategies in Austria this weekend, as well as the fastest laps ever seen around the current layout of the Red Bull Ring due to the introduction of the Ultrasoft compound.
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The 2016 European Grand Prix will be held in Baku this year, for what is meant to be the fastest street circuit seen in F1 so far, but Pirelli are confident their tyres will be up to the challenge
Tyre management was a crucial factor in the outcome of the Canadian Grand Prix on Sunday, with a one-stop strategy the way to go, as Pirelli had predicted prior to the race
Pirelli believe the tyre compounds they have selected for the Canadian Grand Prix, leave options wide open strategy wise
The Pirelli P Zero Purple ultrasoft compound will make it’s debut at this weekend’s Monaco Grand Prix.
After suspicions were raised that some F1 teams were cheating the tyre pressure system, the FIA will be increasing their monitoring of activity from the Monaco Grand Prix
Paul Hembery expressed delight at the way the Spanish Grand Prix panned out for Pirelli, with the split strategies adopted by Red Bull and Ferrari bringing an exciting conclusion to Sunday’s race.
After finishing down the order in both FP1 and FP2 on Friday, Romain Grosjean has blamed Pirelli tyre pressures for his troubles
Paul Hembery spoke to TCF about his expectations in 2016, and believes Ferrari should have a stronger year than in 2015.
Paul Hembery spoke to TCF at #ASI16 about the upcoming wet tyre test at Paul Ricard, and revealed that the wet weather running seen in Austin was ‘Absolutely Superb’.
Pirelli has welcomed the new tyre regulations set by the FIA for the 2016 Formula 1 season that will allow up to six two-day tests.
Stoffel Vandoorne ended the twelve-hour Pirelli Tyre Test with the quickest time on Tuesday ahead of Kimi Raikkonen and Marcus Ericsson.