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Warhammer, the old tyre competition destroys racing. Imagine only the Tech 3's using Dunlops and Dunlops got the formula right for the situation. Cal Crutchlow would have wiped the floor with all 'cos poor old unlucky Cols bike would have popped anyway. The current tyre rule is the closest thing to a level field that can be possible so people don't whine about wanting the Bridgestones one year because the said manufacturer got it right. If Vale had gone with the wrong manufacturer when he joined Motogp ie West Honda, he wouldn't have qualified for the specials from Michelin. If say in 2003 he jumped ship to Ducati and stayed until 2006 then jumped to Yamaha in 2007 and back to Duke to 2008 onwards he would have NO WORLD TITLES. I'm for the tyre rule and everyone had the same rubber. If you had no skill to preserve what you had and endure riders overtaking you to patiently wait for the flag then you fell by the wayside. Jorge was too smart on his tyres for the rest.



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