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The commercial relations between a road car manufacturer and its tyre’s supplier/s and a F1 appointed single tyre supplier is not supposed to effect relations of/at F1 sanctioned series at least that is one of the main conditions of the tendering conditions. But the concept of the present F1 tyre supplier has been vitiated from the very beginning thanks to MR F1 interference in purely FIA matters, in fact THERE was no tender for the supply of tyres to FI by the FIA but an agreement with MR F1, said agreement being enforced on the teams and the FIA, it is a well known fact that the FIA and both FERRARI and mclaren preferred Michelin to Pirelli so there was never an full consensus about Pirelli, that is one reason of why Pirelli acts in such a way as to the spirit of the rules and in particular in bare faced contempt of the FIA regulations, THEY SURE KNOW THAT THEY ARE AND WILL BE BACKED UP. HOPFULLY THINGS WILL IMPROVE AND AN END IS IN SIGHT TO THE END OF THAT ONE HALF THE CANCER OF F1.