Paul Hembery has labelled Michelin's potential return to F1 as "farcical" amidst reports that the FIA could put out a tender.
According to Telegraph Sport, Michelin have expressed an interest in making a comeback but that it is "contingent on a move away from the fast-degrading rubber which Pirelli has been asked to produce."
Such is the French company's interest that the FIA could put out a tender with a decision likely to be made at next month's World Motor Sport Council meeting.
Pirelli, though, have reacted angrily to the reports.
"If Michelin wanted to return why didn't they come out and say so last September?" Hembery, Pirelli's motorsport director, told...
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