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At the time of the gas release, additional safety precautions were in place as the potential for blow-outs had been recognised more than a week ago.
The stand follows five dramatic blow-outs during the British Grand Prix and shredded tyres on other cars.
Imagine a situation where a blow-out causes wheel rim damage and then consider how the driver will feel,potentially stranded until help arrives from a tyre supplier who actually carries wheels as well.
We couldn't afford to have another blow-out - it just wasn't worth risking it for the drivers, spectators and cars.
And it has emerged that BA Concordes suffered four "potentially catastrophic" blow-outs shortly after the jet came into service in the 1970s.
Laid down some 350 million years ago, Devonian dolomite is an extremely abrasive material that can rapidly destroy the tread of bare tires and, at the working face, there is an ever-present risk of sidewall damage and blow-outs as the loader crowds into blasted rock.
Fewer face blow-outs because thickened emulsion resists flowing into cracks and voids.
The mechanic said: "I've been saving up for ages for this and it's been one of the best blow-outs ever.
A series of dangerous tyre blow-outs at the British Grand Prix two Sundays ago forced supplier Pirelli to rush out a safer set of rear tyres for the Nuerburgring which had an inner belt of Kevlar, a synthetic fibre, rather than steel.
Yesterday also passed without incident with Pirelli's revised tyres after the blow-outs at Silverstone.
Drivers harden stance after union meeting Alonso wary of Silverstone Pirelli test Boycott would not be a first for the sport Nuerburgring: Formula One drivers announced on Thursday they will withdraw from this weekend's German Grand Prix if the tyre blow-outs which marred Sunday's British race occur again.
Washington, July 4 ( ANI ): Italian tyre manufacturer Pirelli has insisted that they are not to blame for the dangerous blow-outs that compromised driver safety at the British Grand Prix, which is still dominating the 2013 Formula One championship.
Tyre suppliers Pirelli's reputation is in tatters, similar to the rubber strewn across the Northamptonshire circuit as four separate blow-outs made for one of the most embarrassing days in Formula One's history.
The excellent vibration damping leads to an even cut and minimizes micro blow-outs at the cutting edge.