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Allow Michelin and Pirelli to build a 'control' tire and see how long it takes for people to stop talking about how 'sweet' the handling is for the Yamaha. Point blank, the Yamaha is designed for Jorge's 250 style of racing, it depends heavily on Tracton Control in order to keep the bike 'on track.' Spies rides his bike like hes expecting to have control over the spin of the rear tire and that it will be predictable (simple-mechanics, not traction control confused) He never got to grips with the bike under low traction because its not supposed to be ridden like that, just like Jorge @ Sepang. Rossi has stated his dislike for TC and his big money is on the brakes, something the Honda has eclipsed the Yamaha with. Should be interesting to see what happens, if Rossi can get a bike thats good on the brakes, cause Jorge's bike is not meant for hard braking.



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