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Soft-Medium Tire Strategy Pays Off for F1 Driver Lewis Hamilton

Lewis Hamilton led a Mercedes one-two finish at the Japanese Grand Prix, stopping just once without losing the lead. Both Mercedes drivers adopted the same soft-medium tire strategy; however, there were different one-stop strategies from other drivers who finished in the top five.

Mercedes F1 Driver Lewis Hamilton Wins the 2018 Italian Grand Prix

 Mercedes Formula 1 driver Lewis Hamilton won the Italian Grand Prix from third on the grid, using a one-stop tire strategy and good tire management overall. Hamilton started on the supersoft tire -- which had been used to set the fastest lap in Formula 1 history on Saturday, courtesy of Ferrari driver Kimi Raikkonen -- before switching to the soft tire on lap 28.

Pirelli's Formula 2 & GP3 Results: Sunshine and Rain at Hungaroring

Both the slick and the wet Pirelli tires were seen in Formula 2 at the Hungaroring circuit, while in GP3 the two races were both run on slicks. On a weekend characterized by variable weather, high temperatures, and plenty of action, the two feeder series to Formula 1 once again provided several opportunities for drivers to fine-tune their tire management skills.

Ferrari's Vettel Wins Pirelli's 350th Grand Prix

The British Grand Prix at Silverstone came down to a tense strategic battle between Ferrari and Mercedes, after two safety cars in the closing stages of the race turned it into a pair of final sprints.

P Zero Ice Blue Hard Tire Makes Its 2018 Debut at F1 Track

While England is often associated with changeable weather, conditions were dry and warm all day on Friday, June 6, with track temperatures in excess of 113-degrees Fahrenheit. Similar warm weather is expected for the rest of the weekend.

Pirelli Malaysian Grand Prix Preview

The toughest compound in Pirelli’s new 2013 range of tyres makes its debut in Malaysia, complete with a brand new color. The P Zero Orange hard has been nominated for Sepang together with the P Zero White medium, which was already seen in Australia.