Gary just explained on the BBC why it's a problem with the kerbs - there's a big step between the kerb and the concrete.
Are you suggesting we get away from kerbs that have been in place in all F1 tracks for donkeys years ?
Surely Pirelli know kerbs exist and that drivers drive over them.
No, the issue here is Pirelli getting too close to the edge after the FIA gave them a commission to "make it more exciting". Which they have done but for all the wrong reasons. FIA is to blame here once again, trying to artificially spice it up, along with DRS, just because they cannot get to grip with the real issue which is too much aero downforce.
Edited by Andy35, 30 June 2013 - 14:28.