F1 » Under-fire Pirelli concedes changes needed for the future


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I am not in any way saying the tyres used are good or bad, what I am saying is all cars raced on the same track at the same time, the results shows some finishing the race in a better position than others by having a car design plus driver that makes better use of the tyres. To the attention of Jim Crint, the two cars which locked out the front row are in such a ridiculous situation (DESIGN WISE) re their appetite to destroy their tyres it is calculated to be a good showing from them having finished the race in 12th and 6the position. I did say over here that, the Mercedes is going to be the hardest hit by the new tyre tweak. I did say that the Mercedes (both cars) are out of contention for a race win regardless their 1st and 2nd grid positions.



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