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I don't know who's a fault and neither does anyone else there lies the problem. Gary Anderson's theory of the inside edges of kerbs causing cuts seems plausible but they never caused a problem in 2011 or 2012. There's certainly no need for the sharp edges, hire a grinder and a couple of men, £500 - problem gone. Since Pirelli started sticking kevlar in tyres their problems seemed to have increased. IF the teams are running tyres at lower than recommended pressures then they are bloody stupid. Whatever the cause it must be identified and resolved immediately, there was a genuine risk to life and limb of drivers, marshals and spectators yesterday.

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