F1 teams have won an argument with Pirelli over tyre pressures at Monza. After the blowout saga of Spa-Francorchamps, F1’s official supplier informed teams on
F1’s governing body on Thursday said it is satisfied Pirelli’s tyres are structurally safe. After Nico Rosberg and Sebastian Vettel suffered high-speed blowouts at Spa-Francorchamps,
Pirelli on Thursday is poised to announce stricter guidelines regarding the use of its tyres by formula one teams ahead of the Italian grand prix.
Four days on, the high-speed blowouts suffered by Nico Rosberg and Sebastian Vettel are still causing high consternation in the F1 world. None of his
Eddie Jordan has hit out at Sebastian Vettel for his fierce criticism of Pirelli in the wake of his Spa-Francorchamps tyre blowout. The Ferrari driver
China has bought F1’s official tyre supplier Pirelli. State-owned China National Chemical, or Chem China, has secured control of the Milan-based company valued at over
Felipe Massa has criticised Pirelli’s tyre choice selection for the forthcoming Brazilian grand prix, saying it may even be “dangerous”. Last year’s dominant topic, when
Caterham and Pirelli have denied reports the struggling Leafield based team could be left without tyres at the forthcoming Japanese grand prix. The Dutch newspaper