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gammagamma

April 27, 2016 10:57 AM

MotoGP » Scott Redding: I was worried


“No wrong choice,” insisted Redding, who was one of four riders to pick the softest rear compound. “The tyre was falling apart. I probably shouldn't say it but it is the truth and it's cost me another race." LMFAO!!!!! So, to the detriment of almost all the other racers, Michelin constructs a different tire that can withstand the "heft" of Gigantor, and he proceeds to choose the softest tire available and then rips it apart and blames Michelin. He should be given a penalty point.

gammagamma

April 08, 2016 8:21 AM

MotoGP » Rossi calls on Ducati to fix tyre problems


Special tires for Ducati. Almost like special Ducati rules, but not quite. Just bring a box of super-duper, forklift strength hards in case they rip the rubber off the carcasses of the official allotments. Why are Ducatis not required to "save" their tires like any other rider/bike? If you enjoyed the two 10 lap sprint races last week, in place of the regular format , then you are not watching the right series.


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