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Competitors are allowed only a limited number of tyre sets during a race event: thirteen dry, four intermediate, three wet. Each tyre must be marked with a unique identifier for tracking and scrutinising during a race event. During the practice sessions drivers are limited to the use of three sets of dry tyres, and certain sets must be returned to the supplier before the second and third sessions. If qualifying and starting the race on dry tyres, drivers who complete a lap during the third period of qualifying (the top ten) must start the race on the tyre set with which they recorded their fastest time during the second period. Any cars that qualified outside the top ten may start the race on any remaining set of tyres. Cars must race on any two dry compounds during a race unless intermediate or wet tyres have been used by that car in that race.
If driver crashes out can he give his remaining tires to team mate Google...
Formula One regulations
Posted on Jul 29, 2018
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