Pirelli has released the selection of tyres for the Australian GP, first test of the season 2016 the Formula 1. The Italian firm opting for options core of their range, and take you to the layout of Albert Park the compounds, medium, soft and superblando. With this selection, the Italian manufacturer inaugurates the new rules of tires and try to clarify a policy that has left some doubts. The tire superblando shall be mandatory for the Q3, while the pilots will have to save a set of medium and soft, using one of them so compulsory in the race.
Pirelli seeks a greater strategic diversity in Formula 1 next year and in 2016 will elect three compounds of tyres for each weekend. In the case of the GP of Australia this is of the composite media, soft and superblandos. In this way, of the 13 sets of tyres that each driver throughout the weekend, you will need to reserve a game made more soft for Q3. This will be returned to Pirelli in the case of the ten finishers, while the rest of the participants will be able to maintain for the race.
and, for the Sunday, Pirelli determines which race should be used at least one of the sets of compounds medium or soft. In this way, each pilot will have available at least one set of each of the compounds for the race, while you can only use one of them. In round numbers, of the 13 sets of tyres available to each pilot, three of the same shall be elected by decree (1 for Q3 and 2 for race) while teams have freedom to select the 10 sets of tyres remaining in accordance with their needs and the conditions of the path.