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Pirelli moved to counter some of Formula One's wilder tire conspiracy theories on Thursday after dominant world champions Mercedes struggled to get up to speed in Singapore last weekend.The Italian company said in a statement at the Japanese Grand Prix that it had no say over which tires were allocated to whom, or when they were used.Some of the more extreme theories circulating within the paddock after qualifying and the race wondered whether Mercedes might somehow have been given different tires to their rivals to slow them down.Motorsport head Paul Hembery added: "Deciding which tires are allocated to which teams, or when they are used, is a job taken care of entirely by the FIA once the tires have left the factory.
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