When they became F1 racing's official tyre supplier last year, Pirelli set the cat among the pigeons by spicing up the action with their less durable compounds. A year on and the Italian manufacturer is again ruffling feathers.
With six different winners from six races, and quite noisy criticism from some quarters of the paddock, the tyres are being blamed by some and applauded by...»
After the highs of Barcelona, Williams crashed back down to earth with a bump or two in Monte Carlo. Though the FW34 had retained the pace it had in Spain, Pastor Maldonado and Bruno Senna struggled to exploit the car's potential to the maximum.
Chief operations engineer Mark Gillan discusses the team's unfulfilled Monaco promise and looks ahead to delivering more in Montreal ...»