Formula 1 tyre supplier Pirelli has rescheduled its qualifying experiment for the Italian Grand Prix.
Under the Alternative Tyre Allocation (ATA), introduced into the 2023 regulations, a different rule is to be trialled at two grands prix.
On a weekend with the ATA in place drivers must run the Hard tyre in Q1, Mediums in Q2 and Softs in Q3.
The revised format was due to be run for the first time at the Emilia-Romagna Grand Prix in May, but the event was cancelled because of violent storms in the region.
Pirelli has now outlined that the ATA will be run at Italy’s grand prix at Monza in September.
As originally scheduled the ATA will feature at this month’s Hungarian Grand Prix.