Formula 1 drivers have suggested that Pirelli's rain tyres are too hard after struggling in the wet during Italian Grand Prix practice on Friday.
But the Italian company insists their negative views were related to the low-downforce nature of the venue giving them a feeling of less grip.
Several drivers spun on wet or intermediate tyres, with Kimi Raikkonen and Sergio Perez hitting the barriers.
Speaking to the Red Bull pit wall on team radio, Max Verstappen insisted that that the series of incidents were because the tyres are too hard.
"Yeah, it wasn't great," Stroll told Motorsport.com. "Definitely wasn't very grippy out there. In FP1 it was quite slippery with this year's wets."
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