the cold conditions we could not get enough temperature in the tyres
and they remained under the range of maximum grip.”
there we have it again. It's tyres, it's always been tyres, it still
is tyres. You cannot make a bike compatible with tyres without
extreme expense and time it must always be done the other way around,
you build a bike then select the most suitable tyres for that bike
then race it, job done. It is extremely cheap and extremely fast to
make tyres that really suit a bike (Sometimes they could be made
overnight! mmm... reminds me something, can't think what).
> “The Bridgestone tyres are struggling in the cold
temperatures.” Yes, absolutely correct but because different bikes
are built differently not everyone struggles the same on the same
tyres, change the rules to cure this.
cannot have the best tyres for your bike - please slide carefully!.
<Stupid and dangerous.
cannot have enough fuel to finish the race. <What dead brain
thought of that one.
cannot have enough practice to set the bike up. <Just race with
the set-up wrong. Why?
cannot have enough engines to use/modify as you please. <Can't go
inside a racing engine to make sure it is ok. Stupid & dangerous
remember Lorenzo, engine blow, oil.
cannot have enough testing. <How can you have close racing if
mid-pack to rear cannot develop, beyond stupidity.
rules do not save any money, when you analyse the above rules the
bikes cost many times more to build. Remember, you get the racing
that the rules give you, so it seems everything is fine then?