F1 » Former champs back Mosley's claim.

Lauda and Andretti wade into debate about whether 2007 was a positive year for F1... or a negative one.

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Alan - Unregistered

January 03, 2008 7:38 AM

It wasn't only turn 13 that was resurfaced but the whole track except for that brick strip at the start finish line. But i don't see how a new surface contributes to lateral forces that caused the Michelin tire walls to fail. And as i posted earlier, the Indycars that ran on the new surface found the new track to be easier on tire wear. It was simply a design flaw on the Michelin tires.

I still don't get your point.
You're saying that FIA make the playing field level by how? Give data to those that you perceive that do not have it? And then what, give 50 pts to rookie & sophomore drivers?
And about durable tires... I'd rather be slower and finish the race than crash or get a DNF.

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