Pirelli motorsport director Paul Hembery took some time to analyze the Japanese Grand Prix and the performance of the tires after the race.
Tags: Japanese Grand Prix, Paul Hembery, Pirelli, Suzuka
Red Bull driver Sebastian Vettel has taken his fourth win in Japan and his ninth of the year, but that hasn’t quite been enough for the German to claim his fourth consecutive drivers’ title as Ferrari driver Fernando Alonso finished fourth in Japan from eighth on the grid.
Tags: Formula One, Japanese Grand Prix, Pirelli, Suzuka
Red Bull’s Sebastian Vettel set the fastest time at the Japanese Grand Prix during second free practice session today, running on Pirelli’s P Zero White medium tyre. This has been nominated alongside the P Zero Orange hard which are both well-suited to the challenging demands of the Suzuka circuit which is renowned for its high-speed corners.
Tags: Formula One, Japanese Grand Prix, Pirelli P Zero, Suzuka
Suzuka is one of the most popular circuits on the Formula One calendar, thanks to a thrilling track layout and some of the most passionate fans on earth.
MuSASHi RT HARC-PRO Honda (Takumi Takahashi, Leon Haslam, Michael van der Mark) won the 36th edition of the Suzuka 8 hours Endurance Road Race to give Bridgestone its eighth successive victory at the historic race.
Tags: 2013 FIM Endurance World Championship Series, Bridgestone, MuSASHi RT HARC-PRO Honda, Suzuka, Suzuka 8 hours Endurance Road Race
The Japanese Grand Prix puts the biggest energy loadings through the tyres all year, with the two P Zero compounds that have been nominated for Suzuka – P Zero Silver hard and P Zero Yellow soft – taking to the track for the first time during the two free practice sessions today.
This year, Pirelli will bring the P Zero Silver hard and P Zero Yellow soft tyres to Japan: a change from last year’s nomination when the medium and the soft tyre was used.
Sebastian Vettel, driving for Red Bull Racing, has joined an exclusive club of drivers to have won Formula One World Championships on Pirelli tires.
Tags: Formula One World Championship, Japanese Grand Prix, Jenson Button, Pirelli, Sebastian Vettel, Suzuka
The 12 Formula One teams had their first taste of Pirelli’s P Zero tires in Japan today, with McLaren driver Jenson Button – the only person who is theoretically able to deprive Red Bull Racing’s Sebastian Vettel of the championship this year – having set the fastest time in both of the two free practice sessions.
Tags: Formula One, Japanese Grand Prix, Pirelli, Pirelli P Zero, Suzuka
Suzuka in Japan has been the scene of many battles for the championship, but this year Sebastian Vettel needs just one point to make sure of his second consecutive title.
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