The Mercedes and Ferrari Formula 1 teams have both opted for split tyre nomination choices for the Malaysian Grand Prix.
Lewis Hamilton and Kimi Raikkonen will both have three sets of the hard tyre on offer, with three sets of mediums and seven sets of the soft compound.
Meanwhile Nico Rosberg and Sebastian Vettel have gone for two sets of the hard tyre, four sets of the mediums and seven of the soft tyres.
It means the two title rivals, Rosberg and Hamilton, have gone for slightly different tyre strategies for the race at the Sepang International Circuit.
Mercedes’ nearest rival in the constructors’ championship, Red Bull, has chosen differently too. Both Daniel Ricciardo and Max Verstappen will have three sets of hard tyres, four sets of mediums and six sets of the soft compound at their disposal.
Unlike in recent races, the variation in tyre choices is fairly minimal, with no drastic or aggressive strategies.