Pirelli and the F1 Alliance
Pirelli takes its commitment to Formula 1 one step further. The company announced that it will continue to supply F1 tires until the end of 2027. This decision has important meaning for both F1 and Pirelli.
Contract Details: 2025-27 and Continuation Option
The new contract, covering the years 2025-27, includes the supply of F1 tires and also extends to the F2 and F3 series. This demonstrates Pirelli's strong commitment to a broad motorsport portfolio. The contract is the same zamIt currently includes a continuation option for 2028, demonstrating Pirelli's intention to be a long-term partner.
Tender Process: Competition and Selection
During the tender process that started in March, Pirelli's rival Bridgestone also applied to enter the sport. However, F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali and Liberty Media preferred Pirelli's offer. This selection was approved by the World Motor Sport Council.
Commitment to Sustainability: FSC Certification
Pirelli's commitment to sustainability also attracts attention. By 2024, all Pirelli F1 tires will be certified by the Forest Stewardship Council. This step aligns with F1's "zero carbon" policy for 2030.
Pirelli and the Future of F1: Views of Domenicali and Ben Sulayem
F1 CEO Stefano Domenicali stated that Pirelli adds value to the sport and offers tires compatible with new generation technology and regulations. He also emphasized that Pirelli's sustainability efforts are important to achieving F1's Net Zero 2030 target.
FIA President Mohammed Ben Sulayem stated that Pirelli has been operating at the top of motor sports for many years and appreciates its commitment to sustainability.
Pirelli's long-term commitment to F1 is a milestone in the world of motorsport. Sustainability, competition and technological innovation are the cornerstones of Pirelli's contribution to F1.