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Sachsenring is a very odd track and the riders should know this. It's really up to the riders to find the edge of the envelope, isn't it? Especially in practice you would think that they would work up to speed and not just go balls to the wall from the 1st lap. Once up to speed they are familiar with the tire's imputs and can then figure out how much they can push the tire at the start of the race which is crucial. Maybe the Bridgestone's are very hard to 'read'? I've read many reports suggesting this is the case. The highsides in practice were evidence that this is true too.