Following a meeting of the Stage Rally Tyre Working Group, it has been agreed that certain tyres on List 6 – currently marked with an asterisk – will not be removed from 2016.
In Tyre List 6, an asterisk denotes that the tyre may be removed from the list at the end of the calendar year. The asterisks are now removed from the following tyres, which therefore remain on the list next year:
The next meeting is scheduled for 6 May 2015, when it is anticipated that more manufacturers will submit tyres to be added to the list.
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