Pirelli preview the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix

The final round of this remarkable Formula 1 season features the three softest tyres in Pirelli’s 2017 range – soft, supersoft and ultrasoft – before a two-day test on Tuesday and Wednesday after the grand ... Read More...

Pirelli preview the Japanese Grand Prix

The epic, old-school Suzuka circuit is well-known for being one of the biggest challenges for tyres on the calendar, thanks to its high-energy loads, yet for the first time Pirelli isn’t bringing the hardes... Read More...

Pirelli preview the Singapore Grand Prix

Following one of the season’s most straightforward onestop races in terms of strategy, at Monza, Formula 1 now heads to one of the most complex tactical races of the year, around the illuminated streets of ... Read More...

Pirelli preview the Hungarian Grand Prix

The Hungarian Grand Prix will use P Zero White medium, P ZeroYellow soft and P Zero Red supersoft: exactly the same selection that was chosen in Hungary last year, and the fifth time that this particular co... Read More...

Pirelli preview the Austrian Grand Prix

The Red Bull Ring has some characteristics in common with the succession of low-grip circuits that have come immediately before it, with a slippery surface and relatively contained lateral forces. As opp... Read More...

Pirelli preview the Canadian Grand Prix

Following two events in Europe, Formula 1 heads to the Canadian Grand Prix, widely acknowledged as one of the most unpredictable races of the year. Just like Monaco, the three softest compounds in the P ... Read More...
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Barcelona Test 1: Pirelli Facts & Stats

The first four days of pre-season Formula 1 testing concluded today at the Spanish circuit of Montmelò - total of 3185 laps were covered, that means 14.826 kms. From Monday to Wednesday, the drivers test... Read More...