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stephengreen - I agree with everything you have said. Pirelli are only doing as they have been instructed to do and are working to their objectives. I feel for them too.
I do think we have a big problem in F1 now as it is not a race of best driver and machine but a race of strategies. Tyre management has always been in racing and will always be. This is a tricky one to sort out because if we were to go back to long lasting sticky rubber would we just see the qualifying results as the race results? I dont know either.
I do know this - I want to see cars racing again taken to the limit with the fastest driver in the best engineered car win the race. I dont care for this DRS rubbish this is artificial. KERS is okay in my view as everybody has it and the driver (or team) can choose when to deploy and it has brought benefits to road cars.
Lets hope for a good fair race in Monaco and lots of racing and great wheel to wheel action come Canada.