Strongly tipped to take its third win of the season next weekend in Singapore, Red Bull is taking the full complement of ten sets of the C5 softs for the street race.
Most teams opt for either one or two sets of the hardest C4 mediums.
The first 15 finishers were all on a one-stop strategy, with Hamilton and Verstappen starting on the hypersofts and subsequently switching to softs.
Vettel switched from the hypersofts to ultrasofts.
Boosted by the latest-spec Honda power unit, Verstappen has made no secret of his confidence that Singapore could see him take his third win of the season, the Dutch driver and his team planning the timing of when he would take on his fourth engine of the year with this race specifically in mind.
However, speaking to his son's website, Jos Verstappen suggested that the youngster may take on a fifth engine before the year is out.
"I think we will have to change another engine this year, so we can have a great race in Suzuka," he said. "In addition we have Mexico, where Max always performs well, America and Brazil.
"There are some races coming where he can really perform."