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pcxmac, how exactly do you reach the conclusion that control tyres lead to explosions? I am all for competition too, but the lack of it now is not the cause for this. Bridgestone was the single supplier for several years without having their tyres explode five times in a race. Taz, Michelin have stated their interest, haven't they? And if I'm not mistaken they wanted competition too. I reckon whoever they go with they should probably leave the door open for others to join aswell. Stricter rules may be needed, perhaps something similar to the fuel regs? There are many suppliers of fuels and oils in F1 today, and yet it has never been talked about as the deciding factor of races.



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