He wasn't managing his tyres from start to finish in 2011 the way he had to this year.
Vettel stopped 4 times in 2011 and won, nothing was said.
Vettel stopped 4 times in 2013 and placed 4th, end of racing.
Am I missing something?
When RBR complained about tyres after Australian GP, they said 'You are doing it because you are not winning.'
When RBR complained about tyres after Malaysian GP and again after Bahrain GP, they said 'What's wrong with you? You are winning and still complaining? How greedy are you?
Also I think it's really disingenuous of Hembery to bring up 'Red Bull - dominant' line every time people complain about their tyres. He knows people dislike Red Bull winning so much and such argument would work like a charm. Preventing a certain team from winning should never have been Pirelli's concern. It's absurd that the sole tyre supplier think they have the right to affect race results.
Edited by plumtree, 14 May 2013 - 13:16.