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Pirelli will be in F1 next year if they want to. Currently there are no other large manufacturers who want any part of the F1 farce. And while Bernie has been looking for a replacement for Pirelli time has moved on and it is now unlikely that any company but Pirelli can supply next season's tires.
It will be interesting to see what this FIA witchhunt does to Pirelli. That could be the straw that broke the Pirelli back. I imagine the remuneration Pirelli receives may be keeping them in.
If, as Hembrey states, Pirelli want to improve the sport they should use their position as the only company who can have tires ready for the start of next season to end all the multi-compound nonsense and insist on the plan JACKBEE wrote about at the start of this thread.