F1 » HAVE YOUR SAY: Is Pirelli right to make changes?


With tyres, rather than the racing, being the conversation of choice in F1 circles at present, Pirelli has said that it will alter its tyres for Canada and beyond. But is that the right decision?


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Eugenio Herrmann - Unregistered

May 17, 2013 12:01 AM

Last year Pirelli tested their new compounds only once in FP1 at the last GP, What for? For this drama?

One day Pirelli say one thing and the next day they have changed their mind, it is impossible working this way.

But nevertheless there are teams that have been able to handle this situation.

I think it is not fair for teams (Ferrari, Lotus) that have found how to manage these "tyres", but the inteligence and imagination have no limits and they will make the "new tyres" work even better because they will last more.

Testing should return to F1. If teams, tyre supplier and engine supplier can not test on track how the hell they will know what will happen. Testing using only computers and very expensive software?

Field Testing is basic in any process including scientific.

Would somebody take a medicine that has not been tested?

At the end, testing is less expensive and less dangerous than no testing and what is happening with tyres is the proof.

If there are teams that do not wa

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