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Horner wants Pirelli to 'go back to last years tyres' to make F1 more exciting

Christian Horner has called for Pirelli to go back to last years tyres in a bid to make Formula 1 more exciting. The Red Bull boss believes that the tyres suit Mercedes but all other teams are struggling to get them to work. A lot of teams have been reported to be struggling with the tyres, most notably Haas, but Horner believes it is the one thing holding other teams back from challenging Mercedes.  “The tyre was made thinner and stiffer gauge and profile for this year,” Horner told Sky Sports F1. “That, therefore, takes an awful lot more energy and it’s an awful lot harder to get the tyre going and to generate that heat in the tyre.” “Mercedes,...
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