Pirelli's hard compound tyre will make its first appearance in the 2016 Formula 1 season at the Spanish Grand Prix.
The Italian tyre manufacturer has announced its three choices of compound available for the race at Barcelona's Circuit de Catalunya from May 13-15.
After selecting super-soft, soft and medium for the opening four races of the year in Australia, Bahrain, China and Russia, Pirelli has opted for soft, medium and hard for Spain.
It is the first time since 2012 Pirelli has made the soft tyre available for Spain, with one set of that rubber to be set aside for the final period of qualifying.
Pirelli has confirmed a set of hard tyres, along with a set of mediums, must be made available for each driver for the race, with one of those needing to be used during the grand prix.
The 11 F1 teams have just conducted two four-day pre-season tests at the venue, clocking up thousands of miles, with the main compound used being medium.