So, after these craPirelli™ years of "tyre saving" show, we can now be heading towards a much more "saving driven" show for the next season.
I personally share Felipe' and Ferrari's fears:
Button seems way too optimistic to me, on the other hand:
I can even foresee what would become a radio message classic : "Driver X(Lewis, for instace) back off, don't attack. You need to save your tyres, the engine and fuel"
Endurance racing nowdays, it's pedal to the metal pretty much the whole many hours of it while F1 seems to be going more and more towards the anti-racing of "saving equipament" rather than be 100% push as it was always meant to be.
If my fears become reality, I'll also join the "saving mode" and will save my time from watching it.
I'll watch the first few GPs and if it becomes a farce, I won't bother following the rest.
I thought of creating this thread so we can discuss this issue. Sorry if somebody already opened a thread addressing this theme.