Racing drivers are getting used to ‘high-performance’ tyres, but can the new generation last?

The most expensive Formula One cars are now the most expensive cars on the grid, with teams paying between £150,000 and £250,000 for them.

But even the most powerful cars on offer are still less than half the cost of the best of today’s cars, which are costing about £1 million per lap.

So the question is, will they keep up with the likes of Ferrari, Mercedes, and McLaren?

Racing driver Sebastian Vettel, who recently drove for Mercedes in a test session, said that, in the longer term, they might be able to keep up.

“They do not last at the moment. “

The problem with the tyres is that they don’t last,” he told reporters at Spa, as the race ended.

“So, yeah, it’s a bit hard to say what the tyres are going to be, but I think we will be able [to keep up] because we are the most technically advanced team on the planet.” “

Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton said the new tyres would be a good compromise between what the drivers were able to get out of the car and the cost to the manufacturers. “

So, yeah, it’s a bit hard to say what the tyres are going to be, but I think we will be able [to keep up] because we are the most technically advanced team on the planet.”

Mercedes’ Lewis Hamilton said the new tyres would be a good compromise between what the drivers were able to get out of the car and the cost to the manufacturers.

“It’s about getting better at the limit, and we can get a bit more from the tyres,” he said.

“We have a good car, but we need a bit better tyre to be able be able really fast on the straights.”