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Pirelli goes aggressive for alternative tyre allocation in Monza

The Italian tyre maker has confirmed the compounds that will be used at the upcoming races after the summer break.

Pirelli softs belgium
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Pirelli will bring softer compounds to the Italian Grand Prix at Monza compared to the 2022 race.

Monza will be the second time the Alternative Tyre Allocation (ATA) format will be used after it was first trialled at the Hungarian Grand Prix.

The three softest compounds have been selected for the race, the C3, C4, and C5.

This is one step softer compared to last year's nomination, which could increase the number of strategy options for the September 1-3 event.

For the Dutch Grand Prix after the summer break the C1, C2, and C3 will be used, which is identical to the allocation used last year.

This is largely owing to the fact that Zandvoort is one of the toughest tracks of the year on tyres, especially with the banked Turns 3 and 14.


Race C0 C1 C2 C3 C4 C5
Bahrain Hard Medium Soft
Saudi Arabia Hard Medium Soft
Australia Hard Medium Soft
Azerbaijan Hard Medium Soft
Miami Hard Medium Soft
Monaco Hard Medium Soft
Spain Hard Medium Soft
Canada Hard Medium Soft
Austria Hard Medium Soft
UK Hard Medium Soft
Hungary Hard Medium Soft
Spa Hard Medium Soft
Netherlands Hard Medium Soft
Italy Hard Medium Soft


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