The head of the Motorsport Department of Pirelli’s Mario Isola has summed up the results of the qualification in Melbourne and made a forecast for the priority tactics of pit stops in tomorrow’s race.
“Today’s lap time at albert Park was about two seconds faster than the previous year. We witnessed interesting and entertaining skills, said Isola. – The level of wear of the rubber, which was used in the training was low, so tomorrow is likely the best would be tactics of one pit stop.
However, much will also depend on the temperature of the track. If the asphalt warms up stronger than the previous two days, we can see the transition to the tactics of the two pit stops.
The new machine differs considerably from the technique of the previous generation, so the information of last years teams do not need. That’s why the strategy for tomorrow is more difficult to predict than usual.”
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