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It's a shame that Pirelli appear to be bowing to pressure from "certain" team(s) - and at the same time ignoring other teams who are happy with the present tyre specification. Personally, I enjoyed the uncertainty of Sunday's race - and I would not want to go back to the processions we saw during the Bridgestone era.
Maybe RBR should dial back some of their downforce, if that is the issue, to make their cars more tyre-friendly.
And Pirelli have stated that they can easily make tyres to similar spec as the Bridgestones if processional races are now wanted - other than the de-lamination problem, I just wish they would stand their ground for the rest of this year