MotoGP » Bridgestone: All riders must race hard rear tyre


"For the race we have specified that all riders use the harder rear slick options available to them"

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BJR

October 19, 2013 1:08 AM

I remember running on QLD Raceway when it was new and the track just sucked the rubber off the tyre compared to the well rubbered in Lakeside.

Must be something to do with Aussie hotmix?

pcxmac

October 19, 2013 2:16 AM

because Bridgestone say... Lolz.

what a joke of a sport. Its not competition, its an add for totalitarians and dictators alike, Carmelo must be proud of his achievement, turning GPs in to a socialist's wet dream, handing out subsidies and pulling the strings. Must be fun, too bad his series is too insulting to digest on Sundays.

dacron

October 19, 2013 3:48 AM

its a conspiracy , total damn conspiracy...oh hang on , that makes a lot of sense , false alarm my bad softs won't stand a chance over race distance , even a pink flamingo knows this.

DJfromTJ

October 19, 2013 5:13 AM

Its not a conspiracy, its a complete fiasco and a complete disrespect act for everyone (riders, teams and specially FANS) PI wasn't repaved a month ago, it was repaved right after the season ended. Why wasn't this anticipated? Why did WSBK tested there before the season opening and MotoGP didn't? All season long is been known that ONLY HRC can make the hard rears work (Austin, Jerez and others) This a complete F-up from Dorna, Bridgestone and Dunlop, this puts a bad mark to an amazing season on the best track of the season, same with the ridiculous 5 engine rule. Really disappointed!!!!! :(

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