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ty. but you have to admit that Pirelli must take some of the blame. they changed the construction, not at fia request, but of their own free will. it is that altered construction that is basically at the root of this years problems. the tyres are running far hotter than anticipated, and the compounds which were ok last year, cannot cope with the new construction. then they agreed to do a test with merc, opting to turn a blind eye to rule breaking. the fia did not ask them to do that either!
last year, I defended Pirelli, despite not liking the degradable compounds, but this year, I can no longer defend them.