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just let competition back in to the world of tires. If you want something 'fair' disclose how the tires are made (compound composition/chemistry/construction) (let the best 'maker' win, time to test/implement would give new tire design/makers opportunity to succeed). It's not like they go on road cars so the excuse of IP is not really an issue, just keep the 'information confidential with in all competing tire manufacturers (minimum time requirement-- say 2-3 years, for competing makes participation in F1).
use a weight penalty system for teams that are too fast in order to keep the field closer together. Problem solved. Oh yeah, bring back refueling to add even more complexity to the possible outcomes.
Offer incentives for tire makers that offer the best reliability for the most teams.