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2014 Malaysian Grand Prix – Qualifying

DRIVERS WITH FREE CHOICE OF STARTING TYRES FOLLOWING RAIN-HIT QUALIFYING BETWEEN TWO TO THREE PIT STOPS ARE LIKELY IF CONDITIONS STAY DRY NO AQUAPLANING AND GOOD DURABILITY CONFIRMED FOR THE WET WEATHER TYRES IN THE UNIQUE CONDITIONS OF MALAYSIA Despite a rain-hit qualifying in Sepang, track and ambient temperatures remained ...>

2014 Malaysian Grand Prix – Practice Sessions

NEW P ZERO ORANGE HARD DEBUTS IN MALAYSIA TO FACE HIGH TEMPERATURES AND ABRASIVE ASPHALT PERFORMANCE GAP OF 1.0-1.2s BETWEEN HARD AND MEDIUM TYRES SO FAR PLENTY OF NON-F1 RUBBER ALREADY ON SEPANG CIRCUIT This year’s Formula One tyres faced extreme conditions during today’s two free practice sessions for the ...>

Malaysian Grand Prix Preview: Sepang, 27-30 March 2014

P ZERO ORANGE HARD TYRE MAKES ITS DEBUT ALONGSIDE P ZERO WHITE MEDIUM MALAYSIA: ONE OF THE HOTTEST AND TOUGHEST RACES ON VERY ABRASIVE ASPHALT INCREASED WATER EVACUATION FROM CINTURATO BLUE WET IN CASE OF HEAVY RAIN The new world of Formula One, with its new tyres, faces its toughest ...>