Sakae will be pleased with this response from Paul Hembery:
Q: What requirements have Pirelli been given?
PH: Well, if we do make some changes it might produce some uncertainty at the start of the season, but as it is a long season and you are working with the best engineers in the world, over the course of the season they will find solutions to any change that we throw at them. We have seen this over the last two years. At the start of the season these changes might cause them to scratch their head a little bit – but when you arrive at midseason you can already see that they understand what they need to do to get the maximum performance for longer.
Nonsense, why it would please me such a pile of nonsensical gibberish? Pirelli merely is saying that team's problems are not their problem, and if team’s F16 fighter jet, costing them pretty much a 1 Bill Euros, is rendered pile of crap that runs in a crucial moment in corresponding speed of a wheel barrow, because “best engineers” employed by teams will find solution after race, fix the issue, and make car running faster at some later date.
Well, Mr. Hembery, why then create the issue for the teams in the first place, instead letting engineers spend their time more usefully, like making cars esthetically more pleasing, etc., instead wasting their time on keeping track of what are basically Pirelli’s mood swings, and spending new cash on remedial design at the cost of quality of racing? Gaps in first 2013 race are more then telling how ridiculous the situation is.
Edited by Sakae, 17 March 2013 - 18:44.