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July 10, 2012 12:33 PM

MotoGP » Luckless Spies hopes to eradicate tyre issues in Italy

What has not being able to look after your tyres got to do with luck? Everyone knew the 2012 tyres would go off more than those of last year, it's the rider's job to adapt to differences. MotoGP is on a completely different level than WSBK, so they shouldn't be compared as if they were on the same level. Many WSBK riders have tried and failed in MotoGP, after all.


June 30, 2012 7:46 PM
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MotoGP » Revitalised Spies felt tyre was going to 'explode'

dooshbag spotter - no idea what you're talking about. Tyres blister when the setup is bad, tyre choice is bad, track temp is hot and when the bike's being overidden, or some combination of the four. Ben wasn't the only one to suffer blistering and chunking. I can understand the Ducatis having rear tyre issues due to their aggressive engine (Barbera and Rossi), but not the Yamaha.

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