Late on Friday evening Pirelli discovered damage to tyres caused by kerbs, and the corporate knowledgeable the FIA single-seater director Nikolas Tombazis of their findings.
By Saturday morning and with extra data having emerged from Pirelli’s investigation, the FIA had formulated a response.
It selected adjustments to trace limits at Turns 12-13, added an additional apply session to the schedule, whereas additionally making provisional plans for 3 necessary stops and a most stint size for Sunday’s primary race.
That was communicated in a letter from Tombazis to the groups that was despatched just some minutes earlier than the media was knowledgeable through a press launch.
With crew personnel and drivers nonetheless of their lodges or travelling to the monitor, a variety of drivers discovered both from the media or from WhatsApp communications with one another, earlier than their groups had an opportunity to tell them.
Sainz was additionally annoyed that the organisers appeared to not have discovered any classes after the tyre points skilled in F1’s most up-to-date go to to the monitor in 2021.
“If security is critical then we’ve got to do it,” stated Sainz of the adjustments.
“Clearly I don’t admire and I don’t like that we had been right here in 2021, and within the meantime there was two years to react to those dangerous kerbs.
Carlos Sainz, Ferrari SF-23, runs over the kerb at flip 12-13 that was altered as a result of tyre separation
Photograph by: Mark Sutton / Motorsport Images
“There was a resurface, a redoing of the kerbs, and for some motive the FIA endured with this design of kerb that’s killing Pirelli tyres.
“I’m not blaming Pirelli, however on the similar time clearly there’s something occurring there.
“On the similar time we arrived right here right now within the morning, and we see the information within the press.
“No one knowledgeable us that there’s going to be [changes] to trace limits, and nobody informed us the tyres are delaminating or something like that.”
Increasing on the communications situation, he added: “We now have to be taught issues from the press which is clearly not what or how issues must be performed.
“As GPDA we weren’t pleased with the scenario, and we hope that the collaboration begins getting higher, as a result of studying issues from the press when security is concerned then our enter must be thought of, that isn’t ok.”
Sainz was considered one of a number of drivers to make use of gentle tyres in Saturday’s dash, and after making a superb begin he ultimately completed sixth.
“I’ve one other new gentle,” when requested about technique for Sunday’s primary race, given the tyre scenario and the three mandated stops.
Carlos Sainz, Ferrari SF-23, passes Oscar Piastri, McLaren MCL60
Photograph by: Andy Hone / Motorsport Images
“Perhaps I’ll put it on for one lap, make the beginning of my life, after which field!
“However on the similar time tomorrow I’m on the soiled facet of the grid, which right now appeared fairly poor on the market.
“Other than that we’ve got a brand new medium, new arduous and two used mediums that look in a good state.
“So each cease we’ve got loads of tyres, although I strongly consider that we, with the FIA and Pirelli, [should] not threat it on the tyre delamination, as a result of it is extremely quick corners right here, and I wouldn’t wish to see punctures tomorrow or something like that in such a high-speed monitor.”