F1 » Cracking the barcode with Pirelli

In the first of a series of features, Pirelli looks at how tyres are made and distributed to the F1 teams...

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May 17, 2012 2:58 PM

Refuelling was banned between 1984 and 1993 and from 2010, so only in 10 seasons prior to 2010.
Kimi said "It's because of the amount of the fuel on board. I don't think there would be that much problem with these tyres, if we would race with 50 or 60 kilos, when we start."
It sounded reasonable, as he was generally complimentary about the tyres, but I see now that he is just a moaning minnie like all the other drivers.

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