London: Formula One world champions Red Bull could benefit from changes to be introduced at next month's Canadian Grand Prix that will make tyres tougher and longer lasting, supplier Pirelli recognised on Tuesday.
The Italian company's motorsport director Paul Hembery hoped that would not be the case, however. "There have been concerns from some of the teams that the changes will favour one team or another, but we don't think that will be the case," he told the autosport.com website.
"These changes are being made for Pirelli, not for anyone else. We need to get the balance right."
Pirelli announced earlier that changes to the structure and compounds of the tyres would be made for the Canadian Grand Prix in Montreal, the seventh of 19 races this season, on June 9....more
08:21 AM, May 15, 2013