Wanking down Lambeth..
You've been spanking your monkey for the best part of two years now Nostril..jizztastic talk of tyres eh?
" ..there's no competition, the tyre manufacturer don't really have to try, they don't have to put in any effort, they just want to save as much money as they can. The tyres we had in 2007 and 2008 were a lot better than the tyres we have today. It's difficult to get that sort of performance that we had in the past, and that's why it's difficult to ride sometimes.
The bikes have been going forwards and forwards but the tyres haven't been. Most of the tyres for this year are the same as the ones we had last year."
http://www.cycletorque.com.au/Casey-Stoner-Interview/ - Phillip Island 2011.
As for your contention that Stoner was no faster in 2011 on the RCV than 2010 on the Ducati..
Ffs man, it seems there are there no limits to your imagination through that bitter orange haze, buckshooting your own credibility in the process.
I've a feeling Lorenzo may disagree with you there pal..HRC too after all the money and gearboxes they threw at the job.
That million dollar transmission was conservatively worth 2-3 tenths a lap. HRC were on a mission to save face but chief oompa Nobstrokanus reckons it was all in vain because Stoner was as quick on the barge of a Carbon Fibre Ducati?
You claim tyre improvements are responsible for Rossi going as fast as Stoner on the Ducati, then say Stoner was no faster on the Honda than on the Ducati with the same tyres?
What..didn't they work on the RCV? Did Casey win 10 races and a title on duds then?
You're fkin puddled son.
What you should be asking yourself..is given that Stoner was as fast on the 2010 Red bike as the 2011 Orange one, how come he finished 4th behind a nobbled Rossi and Pedrosa?