"We discussed internally the situation, what happened. We decided to be very transparent with everybody, that this is what happened.
"No excuses, it's reality. Formula 1 cars are very fast. If you see the level of forces that are acting on the tyres, they are unbelievable.
"We learn every day in Formula 1, it's a very challenging environment, for us, for the teams, for the engineers that develop the cars.
"We will work to fix the issue and to supply an even better product. I believe we have a good product and what happened on Sunday is something that shouldn't happen, so we will work around that to find a solution quickly, in a very honest way."
Isola, who revealed Williams' Nicholas Latifi had also sustained a puncture to his front-left tyre that was discovered after the race, has confirmed there will be a short-term fix for this weekend's second race at Silverstone, the 70th Anniversary GP.
With the three tyres across the range a compound softer, the prescription will be for shorter stints, so creating a two-stop race, and with increased pressures - up from 25psi to 27 on the front tyres and 21 to 24 on the rears.
Pirelli is also cancelling a planned 30-minute test of its prototype tyres - that could potentially be used for the 2021 season - that was scheduled for FP2. This is to allow the teams more of an opportunity to assess the rubber on long runs.
The same test is still planned to go-ahead for the second practice session of the Spanish Grand Prix at Barcelona's Circuit de Catalunya the following Friday.
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