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  • Doc Austin
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    This decision reveals a lack of technical understanding of the product and of what a tire really is.
    Well, there's the problem. How can the FIA run the sport if they don't even know what a tire is?

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  • indysteve
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    "As many have said and written in the past few weeks, we can only question the meaning behind this decision which negates all of the benefits of Michelin's research in 2005 to design a tire capable of running for 350 kms, allowing its partners to win 18 races throughout the year." [emphasis mine, indysteve]

    At every circuit but one...

    I don't think the FIA is worried about alienating teams over the tire issue (IIRC, some of them are switching to Bridgestone next season anyway). When F1 goes back to having a single tire supplier, it won't be Michelin.

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  • Brantoc
    started a topic Michelin again

    Michelin again

    Michelin and FIA trade punches again.

    With so many teams using them, and not Bridgestone (who is acting like they are a subset of Ferrari), is the FIA alienating most of there teams.. Again?

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