Formula 1: Pirelli to continue with plans for new 2021 tyre design despite driver criticism

Ferrari and McLaren test the Pirelli 2021 tyre design in Bahrain
Drivers were critical of the 2021 Pirelli tyre design after Friday’s practice sessions in Bahrain

Pirelli says it will press ahead with plans to introduce a new tyre design for 2021, despite criticism from Formula 1 drivers.

Mario Isola, Pirelli’s motorsport boss, told BBC Sport introducing the tyre was “the right decision” for next season.

Drivers complained the new tyres were slower, heavier and had worse handling than the 2020 tyres after testing them in practice at the Bahrain Grand Prix.

Isola said they were needed to reduce the risk of stress-induced failures.

A number of drivers have suffered tyre failures in races this year.

Some have been traced to external factors, while others have been caused by the extreme loads generated by F1 cars, particularly the incident in which world champion Lewis Hamilton finished the British Grand Prix on three wheels after a front tyre collapsed on the final

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FedEx driver becomes internet sensation after being filmed singing ‘All I Want for Christmas is You’

In what has been… quite a year, people are finding joy wherever they can and with the festive season fast approaching, that means getting in the Christmas spirit.

That’s definitely true for one FedEx delivery driver who is going viral for his enthusiastic performance of Mariah Carey’s Christmas banger ‘All I Want for Christmas is You’.

In a viral TikTok video posted by user @kaylaprosser2, the delivery driver in question is filmed rocking out in his van to the classic festive song and though he may be seated, he’s still got all the dance moves.

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TikTok, Kayla Prosser

Visible from the waist up, he certainly gives it some and clearly knows how to entertain an audience, incorporating a point towards the camera in his dancing.

People are absolutely loving it and the video, captioned ‘In case anyone was wondering where their FedEx packages are’, now

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Intent-based Networking Market by Trends, Key Players, Driver, Segmentation, Forecast to 2025

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The Intent-based Networking market is estimated to record significant gains over the forthcoming timeframe owing to the increasing demand for reducing network downtime along with managing the increasing data traffic and data intensive applications.

Intent-based networking is a piece of networking software which aids to design, operate, and plan networks that can enhance network agility and availability.

Intent-based networking is thus about providing network administrators the ability to describe what they actually want the network to do. By having a network management platform they could create the desired intent and

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Velodyne Lidar Unveils Breakthrough Solid State Sensor for Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) and Autonomy

Available in Affordable Mass Quantities, Velarray H800 is the First in a Family of Solid State Sensors to Enhance Automakers’ Safety Features

Velodyne Lidar, Inc. (Nasdaq: VLDR) today debuted its latest innovation in its broad array of lidar sensors, the Velarray H800. The solid state Velarray H800 is architected for automotive grade performance and built using Velodyne’s breakthrough proprietary micro-lidar array architecture (MLA). With combined long-range perception and a broad field of view, this sensor is designed for safe navigation and collision avoidance in advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and autonomous mobility applications. The Velarray H800’s compact, embeddable form factor is designed to fit neatly behind the windshield of a truck, bus or car, or be mounted seamlessly on the vehicle exterior. The Velarray H800 will be available at high-volume production levels with a target price of less than $500 to drive broad adoption in consumer and commercial vehicle markets.

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