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August 24, 2015 7:12 PM

F1 » Rosberg airs concerns over Pirelli tyres ahead of Monza

Tyres should just wear out and then lose all mechanical grip forcing the team/driver to change tyres. To have them explode when worn out is just plain dangerous and ridiculous, they should ensure tyres are safe to continue but forcing the drivers to drive slower. Why not insert a colour band into the tyre tread to show the tyre is at its design wear limit. Then there is no excuse by the team or drivers about pushing the tyre beyond that.


August 13, 2015 5:31 PM
Last Edited 12 days ago

F1 » Mercedes worried Red Bull engine deal 'strengthens' rivals

Toto Wolff is pathetic, why don't Mercedes rise to the challenge of Redbull and make the sport more interesting again. Redbull are screwed, as now both Mercedes and Ferrari are concerned of being beaten by a simple drinks company. More the case of dropping these mega expensive PU's and going back to petrol again. Or how about racing both in the same series. Bet Mercedes will switch back to V8 power straight away then,

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