has clamped down on enforcing the operating guidelines of its tyres, amid rumours some teams were not playing along.After
the tyre-exploding British grand prix this year, the FIA backed Pirelli's move to force teams to stay within certain operating guidelines.
The guidelines set strict limits on things like tyre camber and pressures, but also pre-session tyre heating, according to Germany's Auto Motor und Sport.The
report said teams were not allowed to 'boost' temperatures in their respective heating systems beyond 110 degrees for one hour.
But a Force India
team member is quoted as saying: "The heating systems are easily manipulated. If you boost more than allowed, you have an advantage."Auto Motor und Sport said Pirelli has reacted by checking pre-running tyre temperatures not only via the heating systems, but also with their own probes. (GMM)
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