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richard - both Mateshitz and Marko have complained about the present tyres, as well as Horner - quite understandably, as they seem to penalise rbr more than other teams. But surely the onus is on them (rbr) to make changes to their car to better handle the requirements of the present rubber, rather than put pressure on Pirelli to change the spec. If, post Canada, the GP's revert back to more processional and predictable racing, irrespective of which team benefits the most will we get more complaints over the tyres? Better they remain "as is" for this year, and re-jig them for next year along with all the other changes. Ferrari showed you can win by going flat-out and pitting more often. Maybe RBR should have followed the same plan?