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Let's just wait to hear the results. I too suspect a tire issue. However, it is also clear that several teams continue to run the tires below the prescribed inflation pressures, running several risks, and this might also be the case. The problems occurred to the tires of the teams "guilty" of stretching the limitations in the past in order to come to grips with performance issues. Regardless, the answers must be known and addressed before the German Grand Prix.