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PCXMAC, I,m funny? Your either drunk, having a laugh, Bridgestone and Motogp made stand in just your vest in the middle of the paddock, or plain daft.
Just wondering how getting rid of the control tyre (which I hate but it makes sense) would help the teams financially?
At the moment none of them pay for tyres, if it was opened up to a free market just a few would get tyres through a technical partnership, we know that would already be the rich teams as you put it. So that leaves the poor teams having to pay for tyres.
As I said tell me under non control conditions the racing was closer, remember Michelin in the early 90's with their A and B grades? who benefitted from the A grade? Only Roberts went for the Dunlops, which Cadalora started using a mix before dumping Michellin altogher.
You really need to get those rubber things out of your mind.