The Italian tyre manufacturer selected three hardest tyre compounds for the Spanish GP which will be held in May, just as they did for the first race in the Netherlands after 35 years.

Circuit de Barcelona – Catalunya is one of the most demanding tracks for the tyres, both because of the large number of medium-speed and fast corners and their long duration, which is why a lot of energy passes through the tyres during the lap.

Pirelli will therefore bring the three hardest compounds (C1, C2 and C3), as well as for the race before Spain which will be held in the Netherlands, for the first time since 1985, at the renovated Zandvoort circuit.

Each driver must save one set of the softest of the three nominated compounds for Q3. This set will then be returned for those who qualify in the top 10, but the remaining drivers will keep it for the race.

Each driver must have both race sets available for the grand prix.

Teams are free to choose the remaining 10 sets, making 13 sets in total for the weekend.


1 Australia   C2 C3 C4  
2 Bahrain   C2 C3 C4  
3 Vietnam   C2 C3 C4  
4 China   C2 C3 C4  
5 Netherlands C1 C2 C3    
6 Spain C1 C2 C3    
7 Monaco          
8 Azerbaijan   C2 C3 C4  
9 Canada     C3 C4 C5
10 France          
11 Austria          
12 G. Britain          
13 Hungary          
14 Belgium          
15 Italy          
16 Singapore          
17 Russia          
18 Japan          
19 USA          
20 Mexico          
21 Brazil          
22 Abu Dhabi          
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