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Pirelli suggests tyre delay

Pirelli suggests that a decision on F1's new tyre supplier could still be some weeks away
Pirelli has suggested that an announcement on who will supply tyres for the 2011 F1 season could still be weeks away.

The Italian company remains the front-runner to secure the contract despite Michelin making an eleventh-hour push to secure a return [See HERE].

Despite suggestions on more than one occasion that a tyre deal was 'close', no announcement has yet been made and Pirelli president Marco Tronchetti admitted that it could still be some weeks before a deal is confirmed.

“The decision will be taken soon,” he said. “It's a question of weeks, not months.”

FIA President Jean Todt meanwhile has also suggested that work is still to be done before a deal is signed.

“The FIA will soon launch a tender, with the commercial promoter of the championship, Bernie Ecclestone,” he told Le Parisien. “FOTA may suggest that it decides, but the strong man is not he who speaks the loudest.”


Tagged as: FIA , Pirelli , tyres , Todt , Michelin

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June 09, 2010 2:03 PM

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