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Motor racing: Mandatory two stops not the solution, says Pirelli F1 boss


Formula One should be wary of forcing drivers to make more pitstops as part of future efforts to make races more exciting, according to tire supplier Pirelli's motor racing head Mario Isola. (Reuters Sports) More More

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