raymondu999 wrote:I don't think it's right to say the setup choices were lucky. I just don't like that setup makes a bigger difference than the car's "core"/underlying pace.
Crabbia wrote:Isn't this kind of close racing the racing we wanted in the MS/Ferrari era of dominance?
Lorenzo_Bandini wrote:I miss Bridgestone tyres.. Really, Bridgestone tyres, with DRS and KERS is the way to go. In 2010, the spectacle on track was poor because of DDD. It's ok Bridgestone tyres was perhaps a little too hard, but Pirelli tyres are way too soft, the F1 is a sprint, not an endurance race.
Nando wrote:Yes ths type of tire disallows drivers to push all the time but Pirelli has created a Rubics cube.
Nobody knows anything about the tires, they have zero clue on what the tires want in a particular scenario.
This is what makes it so great.
As you say F1 is not an endurance race... so why do you want endurance tires?
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