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@ Dacron...I suppose that when a new format tyre arrives, they all test it and most suggest it is an improvement, after all it should be seeing that it was developed after input from the riders. It certainly doesn't mean that it will be an improvement at the next track that they go to, or the one after that.
The tyre provider is chasing it's tail at any given time anyway. Different tracks, different climates, different track temperatures, etc. etc. Too many variables keep moving the goal posts. Add in difference between the bikes as well and they're on a lost cause.
Scrap qually tyres too please.