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and no, Bridgestone have been favoring Yamaha largely since 2009, in that their tires only seemed to work with Yamaha and guys like Ducati and Honda had to settle for catching up. It seems as though, Bridgestone really never made attempts to change the series except for when Casey won both of his championships (2007) Bridgestone serve tires to both Casey and Rossi (2012) Bridgestone serve the interests of the establishment and give tires that only the Yamah can use, just like 2009.



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