F1 » Mateschitz: F1 'not racing any more'

Red Bull boss Dietrich Mateshitz says Pirelli has gone 'too far' with the 2013 tyres and that F1 is no longer about the racing

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cris - Unregistered

May 14, 2013 11:31 AM

What a sore looser, so Mr. Redbull calls it racing when Vettel leads a procession and win without passing even a single car. Atleast Alonso pass some cars including that amazing start. Why blame the tires? Its the same for everybody, it not like Ferrari or Lotus gets special compound, they just got it right, and for pirelli to listen to this clown and change the tires is pathetic.

cris - Unregistered

May 14, 2013 11:35 AM

And for the comment by the Redbull clown that they need 8 stop to fully utilize the speed of the car, then why do Lotus only needs 3 stop and be second to Alonso and ahead of another Ferrari, it just shows how good Kimi and alonso is.

jon - Unregistered

May 14, 2013 11:56 AM

if they want to prove a point run one car using tyre management technique and get the other to run FLAT out in the race and see where they finish.

JS7 - Unregistered

May 14, 2013 12:19 PM

they need to sort the tyres, racing should be racing....flat out laps and battling to the end....not preserving tyres and hoping to catch person in front due to tyre wear and not out and out pace.

Firestorm - Unregistered

May 14, 2013 12:19 PM

I would wish to hear a statement from Adrian Newey. Why he can't modify the car and the RB9 becoming soft on their tyres. I mean he is the best on his job. Ferrari too had much tyre degradation at Barcelona. But at least they were nearly half a second per lap faster than the Red Bull pair.

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