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FIA and Pirelli take no action: "Blowout tires were caused by wear and tear".

The second race at Silverstone in England will be driven with softer tyres than the previous race. After the race it became unclear whether it was wise to switch to softer tyres for the second race after the three punctures of Lewis Hamilton, Valtteri Bottas and Carlos Sainz. Pirelli and the FIA have decided that the choice of tyres can stay the same Research FIA and Pirelli The FIA and Pirelli immediately opened an investigation after the race last Sunday. The two parties wondered why three tyres suddenly burst at the end of the race. If it would create even more dangerous situations, serious thought would have to be given to not taking even softer tyres with them the next race at...
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