Italian Grand Prix is turning out to be the battle of the Supersoft as most F1 teams have filled their allocations with the Supersoft compound this time.
Force India, Mercedes and Haas are the only teams not taking all the 10 sets of the softest tyres for the Monza circuit. They will have three sets of soft tyres to work with while the rest of the teams will have only two sets.
Monza is known as a High-speed track so the teams expect very little wear and thus did not go with the soft or medium options in the tyre to support performance.
Belgian Grand Prix will see Pirelli’s Ultrasoft tyres for the first time and thus will be completely different from the Monza tyre choices.
Spa-Francorchamps is known for its high-speed corners which would cause a high level of tyre degradation and thus Pirelli is expecting it to be a two stop race.