Sutil critical of Pirelli tyres saying that they are no fun to drive 12 October, 2013 Adrian Sutil Adrian Sutil has added yet another dissenting voice to Formula 1 drivers’ collective dissatisfaction with Pirelli’s 2013 tyres. “It is not really fun to drive on these tyres,” the Force India driver, who returned to the grid this year after a sabbatical, is quoted by Auto Motor und Sport in Japan. Sutil joins Fernando Alonso, Mark Webber and Sergio Perez in criticising Pirelli’s tyres in recent weeks. “You have to say that, actually, these are not like Formula 1 tyres,” he added. Sutil said: “I hope we can find a better situation in the future.” (GMM) Subbed by AJN. Related NewsPerez slams Pirelli over boring tyres for BarcelonaPirelli reveal compounds for next three racesPerez has grandstand named after him for US GPHungarian Grand Prix: Force India preview BudapestMallya says Force India are in a good placeHungarian Grand Prix: Pirelli preview BudapestPirelli report from the German Grand PrixForce India: We were expecting to be stronger in the raceMcLaren: A day that promised much but delivered littlePirelli report from Hockenheim qualifying Boycottthebull I wonder if Pirelli get their F1 tyres made on the cheap in China like their road tyres? They are no fun to drive on anymore either.