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With the soft compound softer than it was last year and temperatures generally higher this time in Korea, our tyres faced quite a challenge – particularly the supersoft, which is subjected to the biggest energy loadings it faces all season. The teams worked through their programmes exactly how we expected, using the harder compound in the morning and the softer compound in the afternoon. In contrast to last year, we are expecting dry weather all weekend and probably the warmest Korean Grand Prix in its short history to date, so the data gathered today will be of crucial relevance for qualifying and the race. We should see a two-stop race and while we still need to analyse the data to have a firm idea of the performance gap between the compounds, we’re expecting it to be in the region of half a second. This is likely to provide plenty of opportunities for strategy, which has been a real talking point this year.


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