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Taipan, fully agree, what you suggested is just about the mileage advantage they made on all the others with their current car and drivers.
Pirelli seems to have given up on using the new Kevlar construction tyre at Silverstone, I too can see that Pirelli wants out of F1 next year and I don’t blame them, they played their part to the powers that be with all the consequences being carried solely by them, there out to be a lot of politics and hidden hand/s behind this mess.
Meanwhile, rumours doing the rounds are abundant, Hankook has been in talks with MR F1. MR F1 has lined up Cooper Avon as a backup, Michelin had had talks with FIA, JT prefers them over others.