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The way i see it its like this: Last season was almost completely plagued with low temperatures and a lot of rain before/during practice and lots of mixed conditions in between, also during races. so the tires they had took a wile to heat up and lots of riders ended on the gravel because they where pushing too hard too early, hence the request for a tire change, for one that would reach its optimum temperature faster!
All of the riders (but mostly Lorenzo) praised the new tires even though they also degraded faster, and had lots of "inconsistencies" with erratic behavior when the temperatures raised (remember Assen last year?!?)