Pirelli's F1 Past And Future | F1 Tech Talk | Pirelli | 2021 British Grand Prix

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  • Gabriel Cifuentes
    Gabriel Cifuentes8 giorni fa

    We have to think in more sustainable materials for the tyres, and all components of the car

  • MrZillaman73
    MrZillaman739 giorni fa

    Why aren't they enlarging the brakes, even later braking!!

  • kentech1179
    kentech11799 giorni fa

    The F1 future should be without Pirelli, and with another more competent manufacturer instead.

  • Hussien Alsafi
    Hussien Alsafi10 giorni fa

    ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️

  • batmon
    batmon11 giorni fa

    He meant "virtual"

  • Cat Face
    Cat Face11 giorni fa

    firestones>

  • Sachin Ramesh
    Sachin Ramesh11 giorni fa

    I’m really confused are the wheel covers gonna be there or not?

  • Ryan and Tech
    Ryan and Tech12 giorni fa

    Make the cars louder please.

  • V8Hilux
    V8Hilux12 giorni fa

    I swear those wheel trims are off an 80's Corvette! Also, seeing as they wanted to simplify the front wing, can they please explain why they are back up to a 4 element front wing, compared to the 3 element model they began with? Surely the inclusion of DRS is also a sign things haven't gone as planned in the design phase.

  • MrRizzmeister
    MrRizzmeister12 giorni fa

    That was a pretty long tire commercial

  • Han zee
    Han zee12 giorni fa

    👍👍👍🇲🇾

  • Mizyuchoppa
    Mizyuchoppa12 giorni fa

    Real Life Tamiya

  • Abduh Ariq
    Abduh Ariq13 giorni fa

    These tyre might be Pirelli way of protesting on F1 as they keep changing regulation for last 10 years, especially in the last 5. The colored tyre. 2017 new car tyre. The Hypersoft tyre that only last few years. Now 2022. Development costs forced Bridgestone to leave Formula 1. Making a tyre closer to those used in real life could reduce the development cost for all racing categories and consumer market.

  • Ben Blakemore
    Ben Blakemore13 giorni fa

    As a fan i must say i dont like those aero disc things. They just seem so far removed from a "car" aesthetically?? LETS HAVE A SET OF NICE RIMS!!!

  • Ryan O'Keefe

    Ryan O'Keefe

    11 giorni fa

    And an open cockpit, open wheel, Formula 1 car isn't? lol.

  • TheConfidentNoob
    TheConfidentNoob13 giorni fa

    I’m going to miss this era of F1 cars and Pirelli tyres

  • Kraut4Kanzler
    Kraut4Kanzler13 giorni fa

    No tyres fail compilation :(

  • Randima Dadigama
    Randima Dadigama13 giorni fa

    This isn't a tech talk

  • DJ
    DJ13 giorni fa

    I wanna see Seb, Ham, Max, Kimi (if he stays) Bottas, George, Lando, Ricciardo, Carlos, Charles, Alonso fighting for the championship. I don’t just want 2 drivers fighting I want another year like 2010.

  • Prime Anomalous
    Prime Anomalous13 giorni fa

    Improve time not race around a track!... Thats F1...

  • sarif samudra
    sarif samudra13 giorni fa

    Pirelli longest safe and boom exploded tyre failure the more we race the more tyre failure all blame pireli for safety

  • Tejas Naik
    Tejas Naik13 giorni fa

    Bono, my tires are gone!!!

  • Arsenic

    Arsenic

    13 giorni fa

    *sets a new fastest lap*

  • Sergio
    Sergio13 giorni fa

    Nice step backwards

  • Galactic Jellyfish
    Galactic Jellyfish13 giorni fa

    F1 is killing the sport with the weight and technology

  • Euglent Zeqaj
    Euglent Zeqaj13 giorni fa

    With the tyres lasting longer, less pit stops will be, and more boring will the race be. Well done FIA for ruining the sport.

  • Warin Gusena
    Warin Gusena13 giorni fa

    Miss battle bridgestone vs michelin tyre

  • Verybadtime
    Verybadtime13 giorni fa

    With bigger Tyres and bigger Cars cant wait to sleep through Monaco next Year.

  • Politelemon2
    Politelemon213 giorni fa

    F1 has talked soo much about how drivers will now be able to race harder and closer but something that should also be looked at is pirelli and their tyre choices. Will the tyres now be like the tyres in 2013 where there were more stops and a bigger job with the strategies, or will the tyres now last more than 1 race distance like it is now?

  • Eino Wäre
    Eino Wäre13 giorni fa

    It is amazing that in the entire history of Formula 1, not once has Pirelli had a tire fail because they were badly made and couldn't sustain the stress of F1 cars for long runs. Not once has there been a sudden tire failure that was a result of a bad design or poor quality, they have always been perfectly consistent performance and are very predictable ! All the failures have been because of debris on the track !

  • LegitDucks
    LegitDucks14 giorni fa

    My 1989 Accord has 13 inch wheels, what about my tires?

  • Tarmouta Biayre
    Tarmouta Biayre14 giorni fa

    It's not fair, we need Michelin & Bridgestone into the arena, that's sport....

  • Ryan O'Keefe

    Ryan O'Keefe

    11 giorni fa

    No we don't.. it's been proven in MANY forms of motorsport that different tyres create massive disparities in the performance of the cars. It's also impossible to govern.

  • rebecca Chua
    rebecca Chua14 giorni fa

    🧩🏎🏁

  • Peter Machala
    Peter Machala14 giorni fa

    ...what about drivers' backs (spine), will the new car be more stiff? (so also maybe more failures because of everything shaking more?)

  • Azhar Fikri
    Azhar Fikri14 giorni fa

    I was expecting Sam Collins doing this tech talk..

  • original_pokey
    original_pokey14 giorni fa

    Make every race a two stopper and they have to use all three compounds!!

  • Santhosh Sundar
    Santhosh Sundar14 giorni fa

    That's what she said!

  • Batters56
    Batters5614 giorni fa

    All that talk about the tyres and they go and put space savers on the real thing?

  • Gla ZeD
    Gla ZeD14 giorni fa

    Why not go back to days were teams can make there own wheels those cars were so cool

  • Nathan Brown
    Nathan Brown14 giorni fa

    F1: Forces higher tyre deg to improve the racing F1: Forces lower tyre deg to improve the racing

  • Ryan O'Keefe

    Ryan O'Keefe

    11 giorni fa

    Deg is not wear.. F1 wanted to increase the tyre wear, not the degradation. degradation is the tyre failing rapidly when being used outside of the ideal window (like following another car or sliding). The ultimate goal is to have a tyre that doesn't get degradation but wears quickly for better racing. You can then push the tyre and take it above it's ideal heat range when trying to attack another driver, without jeopardising your race strategy.

  • CoffeeOwl
    CoffeeOwl14 giorni fa

    2020 and 2021 season show that Pirelli can't design a tire for modern F1. FIA had to force teams to slow down by changing floor regulations. Even with that massive help Pirelli still failed - Baku two dangerous unexpected blowouts, one of them potentially fatal.

  • CoffeeOwl
    CoffeeOwl14 giorni fa

    "after many years of development..." and dangerous tires' blowouts

  • Fred does XC

    Fred does XC

    13 giorni fa

    *tyre not tire

  • Jiří Váňa
    Jiří Váňa14 giorni fa

    superb tyre S

  • Jo Don Lee
    Jo Don Lee14 giorni fa

    Just wondering, how come other tyre manufacturer like Michelin isnt here??

  • Arsenic

    Arsenic

    13 giorni fa

    As was said, because since 2011 Pirelli are the exclusive tyre manufacturer for F1.

  • Julie Taylor
    Julie Taylor14 giorni fa

    Pirelli knowledge transfer from F1 is so great that the best performance road car tyres remain Michelin, Continental and Goodyear 😂

  • Grisu Sc
    Grisu Sc14 giorni fa

    Not to mention all the tyre blows that happend. When there was Brigestone and Michelin they were actually holding an entire race!

  • CoffeeOwl

    CoffeeOwl

    14 giorni fa

    10 years of Pirelli's monopoly in F1, 10 years of develo...failures.

  • Robert
    Robert14 giorni fa

    Awesome contents, the tires is vital but so often overlooked !

  • Shalem Jackson
    Shalem Jackson14 giorni fa

    "Robust Beasts" 😂 tell that to Lewis.

  • Arsenic

    Arsenic

    13 giorni fa

    Tell that to Max!

  • Jonathan Kateega
    Jonathan Kateega14 giorni fa

    Actually hoped this would be more than just another PR video

  • jim s
    jim s14 giorni fa

    Umm I thought the new tyre would be lower profile. Looks only to be a tad bit lower profile than currently.

  • MaximumOversteer
    MaximumOversteer14 giorni fa

    Will we be seeing v6s again?

  • Lucas Ortiz
    Lucas Ortiz14 giorni fa

    Man, those wheels and tyres are HUGE!

  • Ryan O'Keefe

    Ryan O'Keefe

    11 giorni fa

    It's a current front and a new rear... misleading.

  • Viktor Powers
    Viktor Powers14 giorni fa

    Mario hmm?

  • u u
    u u14 giorni fa

    Buxton: what modern technology did you use ? The pirelli guy: we used Modern Technology

  • CoffeeOwl

    CoffeeOwl

    14 giorni fa

    we used a rubber this time, not pasta

  • Inesha Pandigama
    Inesha Pandigama14 giorni fa

    No pitstops for perez then.His engineer's job is easy now,Just say Go Longg....😅

  • waran bhaat
    waran bhaat14 giorni fa

    If the whole idea is to reduce the gap between rich and poor teams and for them to race more closely, why not have a single engine and model like Indy 500 ? AND if that's not the objective why not multiple tyre suppliers ?? Afterall there's also a constructors championship that matters so let's pit the likes of Pirellli, Michelin, Bridgestone against each other.

  • ErrikOS MANOYSAKHS

    ErrikOS MANOYSAKHS

    14 giorni fa

    @waran bhaat it is not abou manufacturers having beef with f1. It is a matter of safety. An arms race even in tyres could have concequences similar to the 2005 us gp or worse

  • waran bhaat

    waran bhaat

    14 giorni fa

    @ErrikOS MANOYSAKHS Right. But every tyre manufacturer has had a beef with F1 including Pirelli themselves in the 70s and 80s. When there's money and fame at offer tiffs don't last long. I'd really love to see Mercedes, RB, Mclaren and Ferrari split between rival tyre suppliers and such factor being decisive in race wins

  • ErrikOS MANOYSAKHS

    ErrikOS MANOYSAKHS

    14 giorni fa

    2005 us gp that's why

  • RK
    RK14 giorni fa

    This all sounds great but larger wheels means more unsprung weight, so that will be an interesting component.

  • Arsenic

    Arsenic

    13 giorni fa

    Yes I've been thinking about that as well. ATM the tyre is what, about half of the suspension travel. That'll definitely change.

  • Roberto Cinà
    Roberto Cinà14 giorni fa

    Pirelli una garanzia 😉

  • Fergus
    Fergus14 giorni fa

    Is there still talk of the wheel covers using LED displays?

  • Mario Bajardi
    Mario Bajardi14 giorni fa

    It's coming to Roma !!! Italia :)

  • Bennus
    Bennus14 giorni fa

    I hate the 6 wheel car

  • Viv
    Viv14 giorni fa

    Why do they need to give us a wheel size history lesson just to sell us on the 18 inch ? They left out the Bridgestone days..

  • Viv
    Viv14 giorni fa

    So utterly spectacular : shows redbull squeezing merc to the kerbs

  • CoffeeOwl

    CoffeeOwl

    13 giorni fa

    @Arsenic You don't understand. You have to always leave the space, when a car is on your side. You can't force anybody to leave the track, no matter what. That's the problem.

  • Arsenic

    Arsenic

    13 giorni fa

    @CoffeeOwl Max was ahead, Lewis was behind, the corner was Max's and Lewis knew is and took evasive action. The end.

  • CoffeeOwl

    CoffeeOwl

    14 giorni fa

    few days ago someone was complaining about the rule "always leave the space for the driver" when PER went wide on the gravel. Oh, that was Helmut Marko, RBR.

  • HONDA CIVIC takahasi
    HONDA CIVIC takahasi14 giorni fa

    IM HONDA ENJOY HOLE

  • Kulvinder Bhogal
    Kulvinder Bhogal14 giorni fa

    I still wish that they would bring back engines that revved really high. It would be interesting to see what today’s engines would do at the speeds that they used to work at years ago.

  • Luiz Henrique Oliveira
    Luiz Henrique Oliveira14 giorni fa

    I love the hub caps, reminds me Brawn 2009

  • Arsenic

    Arsenic

    13 giorni fa

    I never liked them, not even in the Brawn year. I want to see magnesium rims, glowing brake discs!

  • Sourabh Baburaj Creations
    Sourabh Baburaj Creations14 giorni fa

    It’s time for Apolo tyres 🤓

  • Kidyugi1
    Kidyugi114 giorni fa

    2030 f1 is going to hover. Mark my words.

  • EM GEE
    EM GEE14 giorni fa

    the only reason to buy Pirelli tires for you car is so you can tell people you have Pirelli tires on your car.

  • kertaspaper94
    kertaspaper9414 giorni fa

    I just want to know how heavy those tyres are

  • Ryan O'Keefe

    Ryan O'Keefe

    11 giorni fa

    Wheel rims are lighter than rubber tyres.. there is more rim and less rubber.. they will weigh the same, if not, less than the current wheels. The tyres in the footage are a current front and a new rear, which makes them look very different in size.. the new size is only slightly larger.

  • Maky 6969
    Maky 696914 giorni fa

    Less Tyre Management... Checo: U sayin something mate?

  • Mike Jackson
    Mike Jackson14 giorni fa

    People saying, "great no more managing the tires" forget, F1 used to be like this before and the races were painfully boring. This will remove strategy choices (like 2 and 3 stops races) and make everyone effectively do the same thing. Additionally, low deg removes the effectiveness of the under AND overcut. I think this new feature will prove to be an error, but we'll see.

  • Ryan O'Keefe

    Ryan O'Keefe

    11 giorni fa

    @Mike Jackson disagree on what? I'm not hear stating opinion.. it's fact.. tyre deg is not tyre wear. I explained the difference to you. Google it.

  • Mike Jackson

    Mike Jackson

    11 giorni fa

    @Ryan O'Keefe We'll just have to disagree.

  • Mike Jackson

    Mike Jackson

    11 giorni fa

    @Dean Su I also fear the engineers will neuter the effectiveness of the new rules in terms of following one another. They did it before, there's no reason to believe that they won't again. Yes, the FIA said they will step in if teams do, but that should make it a guarantee. Do you see Mercedes letting Red Bull keep their cars un-followable without doing the same? I love the intent of all the rules, but sense many will fall flat and leave one team supremely ahead. The question will be, who.

  • Ryan O'Keefe

    Ryan O'Keefe

    11 giorni fa

    Degradation is very different to the actual wearing of the tyre. Tyre degradation is damage to the tyre caused by the tyre being taken outside of it's ideal window.. tyre wear is simply the tyre wearing out and becoming slower. Drivers will still need to look after the tyres to prevent excessive wear, but the degradation will be reduced in situations like one driver following another with reduced downforce. A worn tyre will still be slower than a fresh tyre - meaning overcuts and undercuts will still 100% be a thing... The only thing that should change is a driver not being concerned about catching another driver to attempt a pass, in fear of increasing tyre degradation.

  • Dean Su

    Dean Su

    14 giorni fa

    I think the hope here is that the aero is sufficiently developed that most of the strategy can take place on the track, wheel to wheel, instead of just in the pits, so they bring back the more resilient tyres

  • Lewis Collins
    Lewis Collins14 giorni fa

    There's a disturbing lack of Sam Collins in this video

  • Pedro Pulido
    Pedro Pulido14 giorni fa

    does this mean the new tires will be more efficient at lower temperatures?

  • Spike S

    Spike S

    14 giorni fa

    Theyre going to have to be in a couple years. May as well start figuring out how to make a tyre that won't be able to be pre heated now. Let's hope they can get it right.

  • Tenacious _E
    Tenacious _E14 giorni fa

    Not a mention of any of Pirelli failures or how Bridgestone dominated the M Schumacher years.

  • Ryan O'Keefe

    Ryan O'Keefe

    11 giorni fa

    Bridgestone dominated because they only had to make a tyre for 1 type of car, instead of for multiple cars... any manufacturer with the same scenario would have had the same result.

  • Fred does XC

    Fred does XC

    13 giorni fa

    @Blueturtle honk

  • CoffeeOwl

    CoffeeOwl

    14 giorni fa

    @Blueturtle honk

  • Blueturtle

    Blueturtle

    14 giorni fa

    Well, yeah, of course f1 aren’t gonna clown on one or their biggest partners

  • Barry Braynen
    Barry Braynen14 giorni fa

    Lewis and perez are gonna go the whole race without stopping😂

  • Fikri Rahman
    Fikri Rahman14 giorni fa

    talking pirelli tyres but no mention of tyre fiasco during 2013? or silverstone 2020 and baku 2021? too convenient.

  • Maky 6969

    Maky 6969

    14 giorni fa

    they've conduct an investigation about strolls and max's tyre on baku, they said that it was something about the pressure of the tyres. In 2020 silverstone, lewis got a puncture if i remember.

  • Gkกุหลาบ ไฮยเวย์
    Gkกุหลาบ ไฮยเวย์14 giorni fa

    🐓👍🏻🥚👍🏻💯

  • V8hacker
    V8hacker14 giorni fa

    Bring back Michelin they're better

  • Spike S

    Spike S

    13 giorni fa

    @footballcoreano no. Just no.

  • footballcoreano

    footballcoreano

    14 giorni fa

    @Spike S pirelli is better than bridgestone.

  • Spike S

    Spike S

    14 giorni fa

    I find it funny that when Bridgestone left, Michelin wanted to come back, but only if f1 moved to an 18" wheel. F1 said never, and now here we are. I agree that I would like to see Michelin, or Bridgestone back. But with all the bad press the tyres get due to the FIA wanting them to perform like they do, I don't know if any tyre company would want to come back. If I was in charge of a tyre manufacturer, I would stay away from a series that wants their tyres to drop performance like a stone after 15 laps.

  • Cragz UK
    Cragz UK14 giorni fa

    Am I the only one who wants to fast forward to the 2022 season ?

  • Tom O
    Tom O14 giorni fa

    This was a nice press release...

  • Dr. Respect
    Dr. Respect14 giorni fa

    Spoilers, the larger boy racer wheels will make the cars slower

  • SlacKerZ1 zzz
    SlacKerZ1 zzz14 giorni fa

    Not the tech talk I wanted..

  • Cloxxki
    Cloxxki14 giorni fa

    Progress in F1: less suptle tires that demand more suspension travel while adding significant unsprung weight and greater air drag.

  • Mitchell Crowder
    Mitchell Crowder14 giorni fa

    This isn’t tech talk

  • André Dornelles
    André Dornelles14 giorni fa

    Pirelli's official reason for change: closer racing. Real reason: so Verstappen would think twice before kicking a bigger 18" tyre after explosion.

  • Paul Cotter

    Paul Cotter

    13 giorni fa

    @Lukas Morfeld The smelling pisstake, off course

  • Lukas Morfeld

    Lukas Morfeld

    13 giorni fa

    @André Dornelles i guess my joke didnt really come across then lol

  • André Dornelles

    André Dornelles

    13 giorni fa

    @North East tks for spotting that buddy

  • André Dornelles

    André Dornelles

    13 giorni fa

    @Lukas Morfeld 'think' and not 'thing'

  • AlphaAce15

    AlphaAce15

    13 giorni fa

    @Lukas Morfeld Most probably Tyre vs Tire. British Vs American English..

  • cookie2011
    cookie201114 giorni fa

    they put too much priority on straight line aerodynamics, making cars look like drag racers (long) and taking away everything from handability in tight spaces and overall drivability, which is essential for tight and exciting racing. basically making drag racers at detriment of f1 racing. best f1s body for racing are from 90s

  • Vonelle
    Vonelle14 giorni fa

    Me waiting for Sam…

  • Ruben Filipe Novais Castelo
    Ruben Filipe Novais Castelo14 giorni fa

    I like the 2021 cars better then the 2022 car the 22 car looks simpel the 21 car looks like art work so mutch engeniring

  • Spike S

    Spike S

    14 giorni fa

    Still rather have ANYTHING that was pre 2009. These cars are way too big, and heavy, and they're getting heavier each year. The cars from the late 90s to the late 2000s were masterpieces. The way they would change direction was astounding. Last, but first, they sounded like you took a Tazmanian devil, and a wolverine, placed them in the same 3X3' box, and shook I up.

  • Theninjagecko
    Theninjagecko14 giorni fa

    F2 speeds to go with it, No thanks.

  • McLaren fans Serbia
    McLaren fans Serbia14 giorni fa

    It is time for Bridgestone!

  • daniel judin
    daniel judin14 giorni fa

    They're not the fastest in the world. Last years cars were

  • Sasanma kabablo héma le baron
    Sasanma kabablo héma le baron14 giorni fa

    Sidi Sasanman Hema Bravo SICAR-MARSH BURKINA FASO

  • Hamza Chaudhry
    Hamza Chaudhry14 giorni fa

    The bigger, heavier tyres will probably slow down pit stops

  • Emkai

    Emkai

    14 giorni fa

    Pit crew about to be on steroids

  • Robson Macedo
    Robson Macedo14 giorni fa

    Remove that wheels cover.

  • Jordan Garcia
    Jordan Garcia14 giorni fa

    Rosanna 😍

  • talkin takos
    talkin takos14 giorni fa

    Quick shower thought: how many kilograms of rubber is left on the track after an F1 race?

  • Beatrice Gelo

    Beatrice Gelo

    11 giorni fa

    @Ryan O'Keefe alright

  • Ryan O'Keefe

    Ryan O'Keefe

    11 giorni fa

    @Beatrice Gelo The car is weighed at the end of the race and has to meet a minimum. You add weight be picking up rubber. The weight of the car is increased by the amount of rubber collected. Increase means to elevated/add/inflate... Has nothing to do with the weight of the car at the start of the race vs the end of the race due to fuel loads.

  • Ryan O'Keefe

    Ryan O'Keefe

    11 giorni fa

    @Beto López I would say that maybe 1% of the marbles on the track are collected by the drivers.

  • Beatrice Gelo

    Beatrice Gelo

    13 giorni fa

    @Beto López what? i mean, cars’ weight can’t increase due to fuel loss

  • Mark S

    Mark S

    13 giorni fa

    Ted Kravitz actually calculated this for china i believe it was, and i remember its around a 200 Kg of rubber discarded

  • d-__-b
    d-__-b14 giorni fa

    "Are you sponsored by pirelli or...'

  • Koshy Koshy
    Koshy Koshy14 giorni fa

    Is next year cars will be slower than this year ?

  • sean robinson

    sean robinson

    14 giorni fa

    Yes

  • chinoel Deejay
    chinoel Deejay14 giorni fa

    Why is this not on the app?

  • Gaurav Khanna
    Gaurav Khanna14 giorni fa

    Perez - Does this mean I can start with hard compound and don't pit?

  • 141slick
    141slick14 giorni fa

    Pit crews might need to push more weight in the gym looking at those bad boys

  • 141slick

    141slick

    11 giorni fa

    @Ryan O'Keefe Jamed Allison himself said the tires will be heavier

  • Ryan O'Keefe

    Ryan O'Keefe

    11 giorni fa

    Rims are lighter than rubber.. there is more rim and less tyre.. the overall weight will be the same, if not, less than the existing tyres.

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