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Today’s headline added “and lack of agreement amongst the teams” to the erroneous “after insufficient testing”, as I said yesterday on the Pirelli page which seems to have been taken of, it’s got nothing to do with lack of testing.
I have seen this coming from before Canada (as I said on this forum before) and now am saying that no tyre construction change will happen during the rest of this season.
When Pirelli came to F1 in 2010 it came in as a ball being kicked about in a political row between BE and JT, one was for Pirelli and the other for Michelin, this row is not over yet, we still have to see the outcome.
As a consequence of the Mercedes/Pirelli test rumours are now doing the rounds about a change of F1 technical delegate.