Pirelli explained tire preferences for the French GP, while Red Bull made a more conservative choice compared to his competitors.
Pirelli decided to take ultra soft, super soft and soft tires to the French Grand Prix to host Formula 1 for the first time in 10 years.
Ferrari pilot Sebastian Vettel and Mercedes pilot Lewis Hamilton made 9 sets of ultra-fit, 3 sets of super soft and 1 set of soft tires, just like Carlos Sainz and Charles Leclerc.
In addition to Valtteri Bottas and Kimi Raikkonen, Nico Hulkenberg, Stoffel Vandoorne and Marcus Ericsson preferred 9 sets of ultra soft, 2 sets of super soft and 2 sets of soft rubber.
Fernando Alonso opted for 8 sets of ultra-soft, 2 sets of super soft and 3 sets of soft rubber, while China and Monaco GP preferred Red Bull, seven set ultra soft, 3'er set super soft and 3'er set soft rubber.
Pirelli has announced that he will take "thin" tires used in Spain to the French Grand Prix.