The collective test will provide them with a valuable opportunity to finetune the set-ups of their respective cars ahead of the next campaign’s opener at Silverstone, Great Britain, on September 1.


Working in close collaboration with its carmaker and team partners, Michelin Motorsport’s engineers have produced new tyre ranges for all four classes that not only take into account the changes made to the latest-spec cars but also address the challenges inherent in the 2019/2020 calendar.
Next season’s schedule effectively features a wide variety of circuit layouts and track surfaces, while teams face a broad spectrum of temperatures at races that will last from four to 24 hours. On top of that, the regulations introduced for 2019/2020 mean it will no longer be authorised to change tyres while refuelling is in progress, so multi-stint tyre strategies promise to play more bigger roles than they did last season.

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