I was looking back at Pirelli's history of tyre failures, and I didn't realise there were as many as six failures at Silverstone in 2013. I could only recall two! Then there were two at Spa in 2015, three at Silverstone in 2020... and that's off the top of my head.
I do get that F1 has some unique and somewhat contradictory tyre requirements, but these failures are often at high speeds (Baku being a huge example). Something needs changing.
They probably all whinge from Mercedes, Red Bull and Ferrari down to Williams and Haas but it's more spicy when it's the big three.
There is a valid point that the penalty should be lap time deletions and forced re-entries around bollards (if it's a particular dangerous corner) rather than causing damage. However, it is equally valid that perhaps a gravel trap there could also solve that issue which I am sure Mercedes and Red Bull do not want.