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Pirelli (or FIA) is trying to make the viewing better by introducing an element of surprise. Definitely they managed to do that. But is this racing? It is questionable.
When we have fuel-saving mode, no overtaking a team-mate order, give a place to your team-mate order, DRS gimmick to counter dirty air issue in F1: I would say save-the-tire is much rosier than these features. So if you would like to "clean-up" the sport to have proper racing, I would start looking at those first.
Also this year, I think RB and Vettel would run away to the title like in 2011 if not for the tires. So the whole field is now almost even. They should have designed the car well although they knew that this year tires are going to be softer. RB goofed up ...it is not that they are always right and the sport should make them appear so. But they and others will get over this tire issue soon and everything will become quiet. Just like last year.