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2015 Malaysian Grand Prix – Practice Sessions

TRACK TEMPERATURES OF 56 DEGREES, SIMILAR TO THE HIGHEST TEMPERATURES IN 2014, CAUSE HIGH WEAR AND DEGRADATION PERFORMANCE GAP OF APPROXIMATELY 0.9-1.0 SECONDS BETWEEN HARD AND MEDIUM COMPOUNDS NO BLISTERING DESPITE THE EXTREME CONDITIONS: WET WEATHER STILL POSSIBLE FOR QUALIFYING AND THE RACE The highest temperature seen on track last ...>

Malaysian Grand Prix Preview: Sepang, March 26-29, 2015

MEDIUM AND HARD P ZERO COMPOUNDS FOR HIGH TEMPERATURES AND ABRASIVE ASPHALT OF MALAYSIA TROPICAL CLIMATE MAKES IT LIKELY FOR 2015 CINTURATO INTERMEDIATE AND FULL WET TYRES TO MAKE THEIR COMPETITIVE DEBUT FASTER LAP TIMES GIVE EVEN MORE WORK TO THE TYRES IN SEPANG The Malaysian Grand Prix: an abrasive ...>

Pirelli’s new rear construction helps F1 laps time reduction

AUSTRALIAN GRAND PRIX CONFIRMS LAP TIME REDUCTION BY TWO SECONDS IN EVERY SESSION COMPARED TO 2014, HELPED BY PIRELLI’S NEW REAR CONSTRUCTION Analysis of the data from the Australian Grand Prix has shown that the cars were around two seconds quicker per lap during every session compared to 2014, a trend ...>