F1 » Pirelli expects two-stop Monaco


Pirelli motorsport boss Paul Hembery says he expects two stops to be the most common strategy in Monaco

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saint - Unregistered

May 22, 2013 4:55 AM

Attn: Paul Hembery
Your job is NOT to talk about strategies & number of pit stops, but to make sure Pirelli produces tires the teams
can actually race with. They are spending hundreds of
millions on engine development and aerodynamics, then
strap on a set of condoms for the weekend - pathetic!!!
Somebody please shut this guy up & bring back Michelin &
Bridgestone!!!

Richard Prior - Unregistered

May 22, 2013 7:10 AM

I suggest that Mr. Hembery examines the most spectacular Monaco Grand Prix and recalls the battle between Senna and Mansell in the final stages of that race.

Damn the strategy, just create tyres that can provide a similar spectacle.

Amigo - Unregistered

May 22, 2013 10:03 PM

I believe Pirelli does not have technology for F1 car.
Now Pirelli has been supplying tires to F1 for 2 1/2 years but they have no clue about how to make good tires with Rubber Marbles producing from tire. The worst thing is whole rubber thread coming out from Tire.
I don't think Pirelli marketing strategy is right. The Pirelli drama is also warning to Korean Tire Company which want to enter Formula One. Korean Tire Company will have no chance of making good tire because even Pirelli has struggling in technology for Formula One car.
Pirelli will be better off with walk out from Formula One.
I believe Bridgestone tire is best and second choice is Michelin.

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