Michael Schumacher states the following regarding the current Pirrelli GP tyres "It's unsatisfying and not what a Formula 1 event should be." Schumacher finished 10th in Sunday's Bahrain Grand Prix, which was marked by the highest tyre degradation of the season so far. The seven-time champion added: "If 80 or 90% complain, maybe Pirelli should think about it. "I don't think it is right only one or two teams can handle it and the rest struggle so much." Of the front-running cars, Schumacher's Mercedes has among the highest tyre usage. The team struggled to varying degrees in the first two races in Australia and Malaysia, before coming good in China last weekend, only to suffer again in Bahrain. I am not sure of his exact motives, but do I agree with him that the tyre's are not suitable for the extraction of maximum car-driver performance, there are too many limiting factors to be considered to allow 'flat out racing' Silly soft tyres that can be ruined in one lap.