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Ghog, why find it difficult to believe that a team will fit (directional) tyres on the wrong side? If teams finds out that doing that will give them an advantage they will compromise, the problem is that (1) safety has been compromised at least at some tracks (2) because of the safety aspect the (all important commercially) manipulations of moving the goal posts during a season has been achieved.
Remember that Pirelli is still declaring that the tyres were never a risk to the drivers and they were up to FIA specifications, so why the change then? Why not order the teams to use the tyres within their specifications?
Now that the primary objective (the change) has been forced on the FIA and some teams, they still finds it necessary to enforce the use of the tyres to within their specifications (Kevlar belt and all).