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The sport needs another tire manufacturer like Yokohama or Goodyear...that would make for some good competition like we had between Bridgestone and Michelin. As it stands, the drivers are pussyfooting around the track and getting radio transmissions from the pit saying they need to hold back. That isn't F1. Last year being the exception as of late, the seasons have been going down to the wire in terms of the driver's championship without toilet paper tires. The DRS and the KERS will ensure passing will continue when a driver is able to close with another competitor. The requirement to change compounds will ensure there are pit stops. With all of the work the F1 teams put into aero, engines and suspension, literally where the rubber meets the road is a massive weakness. I vote for stronger tires.



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