In previous races we have seen that when the tyres have got cut or damaged the tread platform strips off (often in spectacular fashion), but as the rear tyres have a steel band running through them it enables the driver to return to the pits with the carcase of the tyre intact.
What we have seen teams do in the past is run outside of the reccommended parameters set by Pirelli. Camber and Tyre pressure is something the teams will always try to find advantages from and has caught out the likes of Red Bull in the past (Spa)
The quick fix for Pirelli will be to return to the bonding process used before Silverstone which allowed drivers sustaining cuts/damage to their tyres to return to the pits with their cars unscathed. The long fix is something that was debated during #TyreGate and that's the problem of no in-season testing. Changing the construction will lead to an advantage swinging in one teams favour, something I think we can ill afford at this stage in the Championship.