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Jack Mordino

August 21, 2015 11:26 PM

MotoGP » Michelin rear ‘like a qualifying tyre’


SoSlo: Michelin/RCV was THE weapon of choice up to 2007. After CS dominated the field in 07, everybody started jumping ship to BS, but i still contend there was nothing wrong with Michelin's tire in 07 except for some random problems VR with the tire carcass falling apart. Up until 07, nobody thought in a million years could you win with Bridgestones.
Bridgestone were pretty competitive from the end of 2006 actually. Remember who won the last 2006 (Valencia) race? Bayliss, on a Bridgestone-shed Ducati. And second? Capirossi, on the same tyres/bike. Pretty amazing huh?

Jack Mordino

June 27, 2015 2:53 PM

MotoGP » MotoGP Assen - Race Results


Lol, I knew that this ridiculous conversation about "cutting the corner" would ensue straight away here at crash.net. I'm too old to start arguing, everybody can interpret whatever happened according to his own taste and preference. The sole undisputed fact is that there was yet another clash involving Marquez. Maybe we should discuss on this fact instead of if rossi cut the corner or not. It's far more important because it concerns the safety of all his fellow riders. Whatever the case, so far the score is Rossi-Marquez 2-0.


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