Pirelli vows to address ‘marbles’ problem 9 December, 2013 Pirelli will try their utmost to solve the problem of track-side marbles ahead of the 2014 Formula 1 season. That is the vow of the official supplier’s Formula 1 chief Paul Hembery, amid complaints that the heavily degrading tyres of the past few seasons left too much slippery debris alongside the racing line. “The drivers have of course spoken about it, we understand that and will try to do something about it,” the Briton is quoted by Speed Week. (GMM) Subbed by AJN. Tweet Related NewsPirelli not sure of best strategy for SuzukaCaterham and Pirelli deny cash clashPirelli report from the Singapore Grand PrixPirelli: A three-stop strategy looks set to be bestPirelli preview Singapore Grand Prix weekendHamilton says Pirelli tyres were too good at MonzaPirelli reveals Japan and Russia compoundsPirelli report from the Italian GP at MonzaPirelli: We’re looking forward to an exciting sprint racePirelli: We expect to see one stop for most drivers StevetheGreat Meanwhile f1 fans everywhere wish F1 would fix the Pirelli problem!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Boycott Pirelli!!! Rick Agreed! However I do believe that everybody deserves a second chance and if they can’t sort it by end of next season, then get rid of them.