“They degrade quite a lot, especially the rears, and the lap times are not consistent,” he told reporters after his outing in the Ferrari F150, where he finished over half-a-second off the pace of Sebastian Vettel’s Red Bull.
Auto Motor und Sport has also quoted the double World Champion as saying that exploring the F150’s set-up options was proving troublesome due to an apparent lack of tyre sets for the first test at Valencia.
Certainly not the PR that Pirelli had been hoping for…
[Original image via ITV-F1]
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