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|26th May 2014, 14:21||#1|
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Michelin to become MotoGP tyre supplier from 2016
Michelin has been in the game before and is making a comeback from 2016. Michelin claims they are all set to provide the riders with increasingly higher levels of grip in dry and wet conditions alike.
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Re: Michelin to become MotoGP tyre supplier from 2016
I'm somehow not for the single tyre manufacturer policy. Multiple manufacturers multiply the excitement.
Remember the year 2007 when Vale had a row with Michelin for calling their tyres as incompetent. Come 2008 and works Yamaha had two bikes with two manufacturers with Vale switching to Bridgestone and Jorge sticking to Michelins.
And then, during the middle of the season, Laguna Seca..
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