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lean two

May 14, 2014 3:04 AM

MotoGP » Pirelli: No plans to make MotoGP tyre bid


So if the playing field was levelled by having a standard ECU, all the world's problems will be solved. Why have DORNA not though of that? Ya like 7 years ago when they changed the rules and Mitchelin left.. The same thing is gona/didhappen again... rules WILL change, Dorna will have to make concessions.... because tire manufacturers will finally have the ball in their court... The biggest challenge is keeping up with the current tecnolagy seing as there is only one manufacture that can make a tire handle the speed and lean and lean angle... the reality is Bridgestone is posturing they wana be paid flat out! and this is just their way of saying pay us or we quit lol Good on them after all the shiet they put up with...

lean two

May 15, 2014 12:21 AM

MotoGP » Pirelli: No plans to make MotoGP tyre bid


mrfill:
The biggest challenge is keeping up with the current tecnolagy seing as there is only one manufacture that can make a tire handle the speed and lean and lean angle... the reality is Bridgestone is posturing they wana be paid flat out! and this is just their way of saying pay us or we quit lol Good on them after all the shiet they put up with...
Bridgestone are an honourable company and have taken a one year extension to allow time for another tyre maker to step in. If it was all about money, they would have quit at the end of this season. To dismiss all other tyre makes as not capable of producing a tyre for the job is crazy. Of course they can.
when is not ALL about money lol... "Of course they can." lol only time will tell...


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