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"It's clear that four is too many," admitted Pirelli motorsports director Paul Hembery in Spain after the race. "We'll be looking to make some changes, in time for Silverstone, to make sure that we maintain our target and solve any issues rapidly."
That isn't saying Pirelli got anything wrong. Pirelli didn't supply false data to the teams and the tires are performing as they were designed to. They are evolving the tires to be "less aggressive" to satisfy the political aims of the commercial rights holder and the FIA, nothing more. I guess that defines "normalcy" in F1.