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Profx - Don't fear really don't, the only thing I have to ask myself is why bother?
why are you convinced that the Bridgestone is made for the Yamaha, since they changed the construction who won more races?
Although by looking at the writing English is probably your second language, which hats off to you for learning a second language, I will ask again when under none control tyre was the closer than it is now, when was the racing ever closer than it is now? Maybe 2001. There has always been a preferred tyre manufacturer, right back to when Goodyear was in there, Michelin were and won every title between 1991 and 2006 as far as I remember. No other manufacturer won a race between 1995 Crafer and 2004 Tamada on Bridgestone.