Essentially, he has stated that Pirelli's goal is to manipulate F1 to make it appear to be real racing as much as possible without Red Bull winning. If you disagree then perhaps you could articulate why.
If I wanted to watch professional wrestling then I'd watch professional wrestling. I wanted to watch Lotus and Kimi beat everyone with engineering ingenuity and driving skill. Instead, all the impact of those things is obscured by the fact they're beneficiaries of artificial tire situation. Even if they won, people would just say they were lucky.
That is just nonsense, Red Bull has the biggest budget they have a great designer, and they had the same opportunity as every other team to test the tyres before designing their car. If they dont believe their car is competitive enough then they should strive to do a better job. F1 has always been about designing cars within the limits of the rules, some teams does a better job at this then others. If the tyres are changed now it would be very unfair to those who have done a good job from the start. Why should the teams who have done a good job be disadvantaged because others didn't do a good job and are crying about it.
But Red Bull are actually leading the WCC and WDC right now, they clearly have a good car, and they were 4th and 5th in this race clearly they are still doing pretty well. This seems to be a case of you are only as good as your last race. Everyone knew beforehand that Catalunya is very abrasive, properly the most abrasive track of the season, so it is obvious that any tyre situation will be exasperated. Next week there will be something new complain about when we experience the normal procession at Monaco.
Edited by intelligentsia, 13 May 2013 - 11:18.