Max Verstappen shot to zero. Lewis Hamilton defended Pirelli’s work. Also on the tires is a world challenge between Red Bull and Mercedes, so the opposing opinions of the two containing the title is not credible, strongly conditioned by the respective teams.
However, it cannot be denied that there is concern from the drivers who have written a letter to Formula 1 asking for clarification on tire safety through the GPDA, the association that represents them. Are some teams that fall below the pressure limits prescribed by Pirelli, or do dangerous situations arise in certain conditions?
The press releases published are written in politicese to protect all comedy parties from possible lawsuits (which each protagonist of the story wants to avoid), but the drivers who are the possible victims of this dualism want to see clearly, given that those who risk on the cars are their.
The championship promoter wanted to organize a meeting of the riders with Pirelli managers yesterday, but it was practically impossible to coordinate the agendas to fix a time, so Mario Isola was invited to participate in the Driver briefing to be held at 18.30 in the presence by the race director, Michael Masi.
The appointment will be a valid opportunity to clarify the facts in Baku after the two free practice sessions have been carried out.
Pirelli for the French GP has decided to raise tire pressure to 22 PSI at the front and 22.5 PSI at the rear, while the maximum front camber angle is 3.5 degrees while at the rear it cannot exceed 2 degrees.
It will be interesting what the reactions of the pilots will be after the meeting …