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Topic - Paul Hembery
Formula One tire provider Pirelli is confident it will continue in that role for the next five years despite not having a contract with the series' governing body.
Tires shredded like paper, rubber flew everywhere and cars flitted in and out of pit lane like shoppers in a supermarket parking lot.
Sebastian Vettel and his Red Bull aside, the star of this Formula One season has been Pirelli for being brave enough to supply teams with tires that wear out cleverly _ something easier said than done.
Paul Hembery, the director of tire provider Pirelli, said that despite the track's abrasive surface and high temperatures they expected teams to need only three pit stops instead of four as they have made in the past.
He says Friday "there's lots of details but the principles are all working."