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Pirelli said that the exploding tyres were ‘unforeseen’

Pirelli look to clarify comments after appearing to blame F1 teams for tyre blowouts

A number of cars were affected during the British Grand Prix

Lewis Hamilton was one of six drivers to suffer a blown tyre

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British Grand Prix: FIA must relax in-season testing ban on tyres, says Sir Jackie Stewart

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BBC F1 presenter Suzi Perry, left, talks with former F1 driver David Coulthard, right, in the paddock

Matt Butler: Glorious, fantastic, amazing – and the race hasn't begun yet

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British Grand Prix: Drivers threaten boycott as tyre fears explode

Felipe Massa calls for action over safety issues caused by shredded wheels at Silverstone

Lewis Hamilton's British Grand Prix hopes dimmed as number of drivers' wheels explode

Lewis Hamilton’s hopes of winning the British Grand Prix have diminished following a tyre failure on lap eight of the Silverstone track.

Local hero Lewis Hamilton claims pole

Time for home driver to restore some pride at Silverstone

Sir Jackie Stewart's presence in the paddock serves as a reminder of the heady days when fans expected to see a local win

Spectators wait in the rain for the first practice runs at Silverstone

British Grand Prix: Fifty shades of grey fail to
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Paul Di Resta promises no-one at Force India will stand in his way should a big team come calling

Paul Di Resta has been promised no-one at Force India will stand in his way should a big team come calling this season.

Fernando Alonso during the British Grand Prix at Silverstone last year

F1: £145 British Grand Prix tickets leave sales in the slow lane as fans rebel against price rises at Silverstone

Interest hit by among the most expensive admission prices of any F1 race

Jenson Button of Great Britain and McLaren and Pastor Maldonado of Venezuela and Williams drive side by side into the hairpin during the Canadian Formula One Grand Prix

Jenson Button concedes world title is beyond him, but vows to get McLaren back to the top

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