‘Big stints of the big teams’

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2 thoughts on “‘Big stints of the big teams’

    • These stints were done on the afternoon on the same day, but not necessarily all the 3 cars being on the track in the same time. But this is from Jerez, not Barcelona and fueal loads are an unknown factor.

      Anyway the track-rubberizing was problematic with Pirelli. Near non-existent. The tyers were making marbles, instead of rubberizing the track.

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