Paul Hembery is relishing the lack of criticism that has been levelled at Pirelli after a barrage last season.
Pirelli's tyres were the hot topic of last season as in the early races they suffered high degradation and blow-outs while in the latter events, after altering the tyres, some accused them of favouring one team over others.
In order to avoid another barrage of criticism, Pirelli "took a bit of a step back" this season, introducing tyres that are less aggressive.
And so far it has paid dividends for the Italian manufacturer.
Asked how it felt to start a season 'without all the complaints', the Pirelli motorsport boss told the official F1 website: "Ha, some people...
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