F1 drivers are threatening to 'boycott' the Belgian grand prix if their concerns about tyre safety are not eased, according to Italy's La Gazzetta dello Sport.
The new saga has arisen after Sebastian Vettel suffered a rear failure during practice at high-speed Spa-Francorchamps on Friday, reviving fears of a repeat of June's tyre-exploding British grand prix.
It later emerged that a similar failure had occurred at the rear and on the same side on Fernando Alonso's Ferrari, while Speed Week said yet more drivers had also reported problems.
Pirelli's Paul Hembery reacted by insisting the problem is "very different" to what was seen at Silverstone, according to SID news agency....
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