MotoGP » Bridgestone: 'An important race on many levels'

"This weekend's San Marino and Rimini Grand Prix is an important race on many different levels" - Hiroshi Yamada, Bridgestone.

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September 11, 2012 3:26 PM

re: "This Sunday's race also marks a significant breakthrough for Bridgestone as when the race winner takes the chequered flag, we will have shared in our 100th MotoGP victory and many key members of Bridgestone management will be attending this weekend to help celebrate this occasion."

ok but crossing the line in P1, kind of a forgon' conclusion innit...?


September 11, 2012 5:41 PM

lol, 100th victory.... soo if they have been the lone supplier since 09 that means what... they had like 30 wins before then? im sure someone will do the math but yeah over half of those are with no competition

Rob - Unregistered

September 12, 2012 12:22 AM

Having one supplier has many pros and cons. Would be better to get rid of some of the electronics. No more gps adjustable mapping would make racing a bit better. With everyone on the same tire you can't really complain because others are on the same level. Michelin was to blame for the single tire rule anyways. They couldn't bridge the performance gap fast enough so Rossi bolted and was immediately faster.

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