Fernando Alonso says that F1 drivers are trust in Pirelli’s latest modification that changes all set safety improvements in upcoming races.
In this weekend Pirelli will give revised rear tyres with a Kevlar belt rather than steel, before it reintroduces its 2012 design construction from the Hungarian Grand Prix onwards.
It has also asked the FIA to introduce a new regulation to allow it access to real-time data from the teams regarding pressure, temperature and camber angles.
“After what we saw in Silverstone, we now go to the Nurburgring, confident we can see an improvement,” Autosport reported that, Fernando Alonso said during a promotional appearance for Ferrari.
“I know that various modifications have been applied and let’s hope that means all of us drivers can race in safe conditions.
“At the moment, we can’t make any predictions, because no one has tried them and we don’t know what and how many benefits they can bring, apart from trusting in the fact that it won’t be dangerous to race.”