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When such a huge discrepancy is proved to exist in the relative performance and supply of critical components over which they have no direct control, then it's a situation that the top teams/riders/manufacturers can't, won't and shouldn't have to tolerate.
I can't see what the problem is with this concept.
Michelin's tyres in their last two years of competition were at best inadequate, and at worst bordering on the dangerous.
If certain quarters want to play politics or run hate campaigns around this tired old issue, then they ought to seriously examine their motives IMHO.