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Radio Paddock Maggio 2015


Andrea Gardenal
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Non credo che a Pirelli abbiano puntato la pistola alla testa nel momento di firmare il contratto nel quale, suppongo, sia scritto esplicitamente che il gommista deve sottostare alle richieste della Federazione. Se avessero voluto avrebbero potuto rinunciare a scendere a compromessi di questo tipo e non tornare in F1.

Chiamiamo i Mythbusters? Perché questo della "povera Pirelli ostaggio della FIA" è un mito davvero duro a morire... :asd:
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Nessuno è vittima di nessuno. Se i gommisti entrano in F1 è perché gli conviene. E se gli conviene fanno anche le gomme come la federazione dice di farle.

infatti la Bridgestone piuttosto che fare gomme di merda se n'è andata.

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Couasnon has stated, however, Michelin will only enter if it is allowed to make durable tyres and F1 switches to 18-inch rims, as it currently supplies to Formula E.

Neither of those suggestions interests Ecclestone, who told AUTOSPORT: "At the moment Pirelli have gone through a period where they know exactly what we want.

"That's always difficult for them because if they make a tyre that is a bit on the limit, as we know, they get slaughtered.

"But in the meantime they are prepared to do that.

"All Michelin would do is make a rock-hard tyre that you could put on in January and take off in December because they don't want to be in a position where they can be criticised.

"That would make absolutely 100 per cent sure, if there was a question mark about Mercedes winning, it would be removed.

"It would be all the things we don't want, and goes against all the things Pirelli have had the courage to do from what we have asked, which has made for some bloody good racing.

 

:rotfl:

 

"If we had a rock-hard tyre, we could just forget about that."

Ecclestone is also unimpressed by Michelin's preference for 18-inch tyres.

"I don't like them. They're horrible looking," he said.

"We want our cars to look aggressive, to look like race cars.

"Pirelli will always do what we ask them to do, and if we had to have an 18-inch rim they could do it.

"But we change things that don't need changing, and things that need changing we don't change.

"At the moment we don't need to change the tyres because what is currently working works well."

 

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Il problema è che, con la situazione attuale delle gomme, rischiamo il tracollo definitivo, per come la vedo io. Bisogna innanzitutto ridurre l'importanza delle gomme.

Aggiungo: mi auguro che non torni quella regola becera di fare il Q3 col carburante per il primo stint di gara.

Edited by Maylander's fan
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Quanto meno "potrebbe" aumentare un pelo la sicurezza in pitlane senza la frenesia di montare le gomme in un secondo e mezzo.

D'altro canto ci sarà  nuovamente il rischio d'incendio, oltre a casi come quello di Massa a Singapore '08. Edited by Maylander's fan
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