No hard tyres again for Italian Grand Prix | 2017 Italian Grand Prix

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Formula One’s authentic tyre provider Pirelli will proceed to steer clear of the use of its arduous compound tyre on the Italian Grand Prix.

The Monza circuit is the fastest at the F1 calendar however this would be the 3rd yr in a row the onerous tyre compounds gained’t be used on the race.

The tremendous-cushy tyre would be the obligatory compound for qualifying. Drivers should stay no less than one set of the cushy and medium compounds tyres to be had to make use of within the race and run no less than considered one of them.

The onerous tyre has handiest been used on the Circuit de Catalunya to this point this yr and is now not likely to reappear prior to the top of the season. The tyre choices are but to be introduced for the races in the us, Mexico, Brazil and Abu Dhabi.

2017 F1 tyre compounds thus far

Circuit 2016 tyres 2017 tyres
Melbourne Medium Soft Super-cushy Soft Super-cushy Ultra-cushy
Shanghai Medium Soft Super-cushy Medium Soft Super-cushy
Bahrain Medium Soft Super-cushy Medium Soft Super-cushy
Sochi Medium Soft Super-cushy Soft Super-cushy Ultra-cushy
Catalunya Hard Medium Soft Hard Medium Soft
Monte-Carlo Soft Super-cushy Ultra-cushy Soft Super-cushy Ultra-cushy
Montreal Soft Super-cushy Ultra-cushy Soft Super-cushy Ultra-cushy
Baku Medium Soft Super-cushy Medium Soft Super-cushy
Red Bull Ring Soft Super-cushy Ultra-cushy Soft Super-cushy Ultra-cushy
Silverstone Hard Medium Soft Medium Soft Super-cushy
Hungaroring Medium Soft Super-cushy Medium Soft Super-cushy
Spa-Francorchamps Medium Soft Super-cushy Soft Super-cushy Ultra-cushy
Monza Medium Soft Super-cushy Medium Soft Super-cushy
Singapore Soft Super-cushy Ultra-cushy Soft Super-cushy Ultra-cushy
Sepang Hard Medium Soft Medium Soft Super-cushy
Suzuka Hard Medium Soft Medium Soft Super-cushy

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