F1 » Pirelli's Barcelona test statement

The full statement issued by Pirelli in response to the three-day test carried out with Mercedes in Barcelona

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sumoF - Unregistered

June 03, 2013 12:13 PM

Hi everybody
I agree with most of you guys, but I have just one question: why didn't we hear from Bernie ? No word from him as he is the man who asked Pirelli for tires that do not run a half of a race in first place! So Pirelli did not have the ability to do their own job here! And the consequence of this is to allow them to do in season testing with any team they want! Now, the 2014 power train turbo-charged v6 1.6L is coming, and is different, and if it's the case? So they need a current or representative car to comply with the new rules for 2014, and that means it's exceptional, and if there is an exception here, so why not testing with a car of 2013, because anyway, it will be under 2014 rules, not actual ones!

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