McLaren Formula 1 team principal Andreas Seidl has criticised what he sees as a lack of transparency over the recent tyre failures in the Azerbaijan Grand Prix.
The fallout from the tyre blowouts that put Lance Stroll and Max Verstappen into the wall in Baku resulted in the issuing of an extensive technical directive on the treatment of the Pirelli tyres.
Seidl said that any further clarity “needs to come from the FIA, they have the power to decide to make transparent this case”, but “all parties that are involved” in the failures had responsibility.
Despite welcoming the technical directive, Seidl felt it was unnecessary given the regulations that were already in place were clear.
“It was obviously a very interesting sequence of events this week with the TD [technical dir...