From F1racing.net The FIA has told F1 team bosses to 'remember their responsibilities' and put driver safety first amid concern over tyre failures. The warning comes after Raikkonen's tyre problem at the Nurburgring caused his suspension to fail at high speed. Although Raikkonen could have pitted for a replacement tyre, to do so would have lost him a race win. "It should not be forgotten that a mechanical failure at high speed may involve a degree of risk to the spectators," FIA president Max Mosley said in a letter sent to team bosses on Wednesday. "If you are in any doubt about your car, you should always call it in. If you are still in doubt after checking the car in the pits you should retire it from the race." Mosley added that race stewards could as a last resort order a car into the pits if they felt it was too dangerous. Mosley has also written to both Michelin and Bridgestone to ask them to ensure their tyres remain reliable. To me, this press release is simply irresponsible. I guess Mosley and FIA are clearing themselve of any responsibilities if anything should happen. FIA created a rule that has never been and is nearly impossible to enforce, and now they want the teams to make the "sensible" judgement call on if they should bring their cars in for a tyre change? Did he just step into the world of F1 yesterday? Yes, I am sure that all the team bosses and drivers will bring their cars in on the last lap while leading the race to the flag to change their tyres and thus ended up with no points instead of taking the risk of winning the race. Another perfect example why politicians needs to stay as politicians and not administrators.