After no less than three meetings in Monaco, a final decision about F1’s tyre situation for 2011 still has not been made.
The latest meeting was held on Sunday morning, with team bosses discussing solid proposals made by Michelin, Avon and Pirelli, amid reports Bridgestone might be persuaded to stay.
According to the BBC, FOTA’s technical chief Ross Brawn said the Italian marque Pirelli’s proposal is a viable one.
“We’ve had a good proposal from Pirelli which we’re looking into seriously,” he said.
It is believed another meeting will be held within the next few days, where a final decision is likely.