F1 » Brawn: FIA was aware of test

Ross Brawn insists that there was nothing untoward about the three-day tyre test it conducted on behalf of Pirelli after the Spanish Grand Prix.

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chris smith - Unregistered

May 29, 2013 5:55 AM

I dont think mercedes got better over tire problems. Everyone had same stops in monaco plus it is low speed circuit. It is like believing ur wife can cook just because she made oatmeal for breakfast. Come spa and other high speed circuits and we will know whether mercedes learnt how not to cook (the tires i mean). They have a phd in tire cooking so it will be too much to unlearn

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