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This statement was directly from Hembery last Sunday:
Moreover, Hembery insisted that Mercedes would have gleaned very little useful information from the test with the decision to throw the Canadian GP tyres into the mix having been taken at the last minute following ongoing problems with the 2013 rubber in Spain. "In reality, we were looking at next year's solutions and trying a variety of different things, so Mercedes haven't a clue what on earth we were testing," he claimed, "ninety percent (of what was tested) was for 2014."
This proves Pirelli are lying through their teeth. So what was the remaining 10%? For 2015? What a joke.