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I won't defend them on this particular race. Supersofts having a short life, OK but they should also reward the driver with a clear advantage in performance and it obviously wasn't the case at Melbourne. Likely due to cold temperatures but they should recognise it.
Fore the rest I reckon that Pirelli are doing whet they're asked to do ie engineering sets of pseudo performance tyres that behave as if there was a tyre war but without the performance.
That said, I don't want races like in 2010 when everybody pitted after lap 10 and it was over until the end of the race...