Romain Grosjean hit out at Pirelli's "wooden tyres" after practice in Monaco.
In fact, this weekend on the Principality's streets, the 2014 'super soft' compound is making its debut, alongside the next-softest tyre in the range, the 'soft'.
But the track action was scarce on Thursday, mainly due to the initially damp track in the second session amid a forecast of dry weather for the rest of the weekend.
"It's a shame for the fans," said Nico Hulkenberg, "but that's formula one.
"It would have been too risky, because some teams don't have many spare parts," he told Germany's Auto Motor und Sport.
Also getting the finger of blame was Pirelli, who according...
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