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  • n. Plural form of tyre.


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  • Mind, £70 plus a spare set of tyres is still cheaper than a 4×4!

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  • The first American son-of-a-bitch to get four new tyres from the Ration Board was Abie Goldstein.

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  • He said their tyres were also slashed and a Zimbabwean driver beaten up.

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  • That was something new for everybody and it had a big effect on the tyres, which is why we did a couple of runs to observe the tyre degradation, followed by some set-up work.

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  • "We've had a productive day and I am feeling comfortable in the car although the tyres were a challenge again with graining and various issues," Rosberg stated.

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  • We did five pit stops to change tyres, which is definitely unusual: all in all, I think we took the right decisions at the right time. Current News

  • For the teams and drivers, finding the correct set-up to make the best use of their tyres will be a big challenge.

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  • Force India fitted its drivers with the others tyres, which is against the rules, and hence the second stop.

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  • "I didn't have good pace on the Hard tyres, which is not the first time it has happened this year - most of the time when we have been using the Hard tyres the same thing has happened, so it was my decision."

  • Adrian Sutil: It was a tough race for us, but quite interesting - there were lots of battles and managing the tyres was a particular key point in doing well.

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