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ya, unfortunately they won in 2007 and competed for the championship in 2008, they also had a shot in 2006. The problem people are not acknowledging, is it right for Brigestone to determine who wins and who loses? Is it right to force all the makers to build their bike almost exactly alike in order to meet the demands of a single tire? Is that really competition or dictation? Because Bridgestone could just as easily develop a tire for Ducati that forsakes the Yamaha and Honda. That fact alone says more than most of the haters could ever. Bridgestone determine who wins and who loses in MotoGP. Not Yamaha, Ducati or Honda or their respective riders. Is that really racing??? Do you want competition? Or to see losers with out hope unless they conform to some homogenous standard? I appreciate Ducati sticking to their guns, its only a shame they are obliged the silly tire rule which has ruined them since 2009.



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