Spielberg (Austria), June 28.- The representatives of the Formula One teams met early on Friday at the Red Bull Ring of Spielberg with the FIA ​​(International Automobile Federation) and those of Pirelli, supplier only tire, and, for now, have ruled out an eventual change in the specification of the tires for the rest of the 2019 season.

At the meeting, in the framework of the Grand Prix of Austria – whose free practice starts this Friday -, attended, among others, the team leaders, the heads of the FIA ​​and the sole supplier of tires; as well as some pilots, among which stand out the quintuple champion of the English world Lewis Hamilton (Mercedes), outstanding leader of the World-wide one; and the German Sebastian Vettel (Ferrari), four times winner of the contest.

The high temperatures that are recorded in many places in Europe, a circumstance that is no stranger to the Styria region, where the Spielberg circuit is located, will motivate the management of brakes and tires is, again, crucial in the outcome of the ninth F1 World Grand Prix.

The issue of the possible change in the relationship of the compounds of the tires – with a possible return to the system last year – has been much discussed lately, with a view to a hypothetical greater balance between the contenders, in a championship that clearly dominates Mercedes; and in which, apart from the ‘silver arrows’, only the two Ferrari drivers -Vettel and the Monegasque Charles Leclerc- and the Dutchman Max Verstappen of Red Bull have climbed onto the podium in the first eight races.

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