F1 teams should accept the chosen specification of next year's Pirelli tyres.
That is the claim of Niki Lauda, who was speaking to Germany's Auto Motor und Sport amid reports the 2014 tyres might be slightly bigger and wider next year to suit the higher torque of the new V6 engines.
It had emerged that while Renault and Ferrari want the 2014 specification to remain the same as in 2013, F1's other engine supplier Mercedes - rumoured to have a power advantage next year - wants the bigger tyres.
"It's a very important question," Mercedes chairman Lauda said.
The very latest reports suggest that the FIA has actually decided to keep next year's tyre specification largely the same as in...
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