Formula 1 official tyre supplier Pirelli confirmed that two sets of 2013 F1 prototype tyre will provide for Brazilian Grand Prix opening practice at Interlagos and it will benefit to all teams can collecting data for next season.
McLaren’s sporting director Sam Michael previously responded this subject that Interlagos practice test will be significant because the wet weather condition possibly in Brazilian GP. Tyre role is very important for all, this season Pirelli are made important role for podium finish.
“We’ll be bringing some of our 2013 prototype tyres to Brazil in order for the teams to get a taste of them during free practice.” Pirelli Motorsport Director Paul Hembery said.
“With no testing until February otherwise, this will be an extremely valuable opportunity for them to see what our new tyres are like as they finalise their 2013 cars – so let’s hope that it doesn’t rain on Friday! Both the compounds and construction will be different, which means that the characteristics of the new tyres will be altered, with a wider working range and some compounds that are slightly more aggressive.”
“We’ve yet to finalise where exactly all the compounds will sit in relation to each other, which is why we are calling the tyre to be used in Brazil a ‘prototype’ rather than giving it a specific nomination, but it will be very representative of our general design philosophy next year.”
“We’re looking forward to hearing the feedback from the teams about it, and of course sending our 2012 tyres out in style at what is usually a very demanding and thrilling race in Brazil, watched by some of the most passionate and welcoming fans in the world.”