F1 » Little change to Pirelli options

Pirelli has revealed that it will stick with the tried and trusted hard and soft compound PZero tyres until F1 reaches Monaco.

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Phil C - Unregistered

April 17, 2011 9:52 AM

These Pirelli tyres are great. Today was another example of just how good the racing can be with tyre degradation and marked difference in the speed of the cars between compounds.

Mark Webber drove an effing unbelievable drive today based on speed, aggression and tyres. One of the best comebacks i've EVER seen. A team stuffup meant 18th off the grid. 3rd in the race.

Dee - Unregistered

April 17, 2011 10:32 AM

Pirelli were asked to make a tyre that was fast, but dropped off quickly, and they've done just that. This rewards aggressive driving over the more conservative holding pattern style of racing we've seen for years now. Well done Pirelli. Based on today's race, they're doing an excellent job.

elijah - Unregistered

April 17, 2011 3:34 PM

These Pirelli's are sweet .It is a bit startling seeing the torrent of rubber flying up in the air during each session . I don't remember ever seeing anything like this in the past.

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