MotoGP » Dovizioso: Race ‘completely different’ to practice


“It is quite strange situation, I think more or less for everybody, because the tyre drop is so big" - Andrea Dovizioso.

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Vilas46

August 31, 2013 9:50 PM
Last Edited 416 days ago

I think Bridgstone should rethink better about there tyres.. Now the level of grip is so strong on the start of races that riders can make there fast lap on the 2 flaying lap.. But the tyres are weacker.. dont let riders with good grip until the end and that is also dangerous.. I think they build tyres this ways because of the crashes that some riders had with cold tyres at the start of races.. Simoncelli was a good exemple of rider that had lot of times crash because he risk to much with cold tyres on first lap.. If he was with us today he would had enjoy more the tyres... I think that both the softer and the hard tyre should be a bit more stronger forcing the riders to be a little bit more cautious or slow on the inical stage of the race to get good temperature on the tyre and then they can race has hard as they can it will be less dangerous and is better then having riders complaining about the big droop on grip after some laps..

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