Formula One (F1) tyre manufacturer Pirelli has claimed the company has delivered for the sport in recent races.
The structure and make-up of the tyres was criticised after a number of dangerous failures at Silverstone.
However, the following two races, in Germany and Hungary have been exciting, strategic affairs, with tyre wear playing an integral part.
Pirelli's motorsport director Paul Hembery said the aim of the manufacturer was to get things back on line since the British GP.
He told ESPN: "That's what we're here to do; to deliver what we've been asked to do and I think the last two races are a good testimony to the approach that we've been asked to deliver with the current cars. It's been good racing."
The teams are currently preparing for this weekend's race at Spa-Francorchamps in Belgium, a circuit renowned for being tough on tyres.
In a bid to combat the track Pirelli is bringing the P Zero Orange hard and P Zero White medium tyres, which are two of the hardest compounds in the brand's range.
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