Err..not me easytargets.
"We can say with confidence that the tyres were not in any way faulty, just that the operating conditions during the race were a lot harsher when compared to last year and the practice sessions earlier in the race weekend."
This is absolutely typical of the Japanese..never their fault is it..fkin boofheads..
If as a businessman, you had to ship by container 3 loads of tyres to America in 2013..would you book 3 different boats..or take them all at once to save money?
What would you do with what was left over?
Book another 3 boats to bring the remainder back?
You wouldn't be a businessman for long if you did.
Then..after finishing racing in America for 2013, you'd probably have a stockpile of unused front tyres from 3 GP.
Knowing the tyres would be the same for 2013..would you ship them all the way back to Japan and fire them in an incinerator..when you could save money by using them again next season if they were stored..saving more money on 2014 shipping?
You don't have to be Einstein to work out what has happened.
Bridgestones track record is shite and their reputation is in tatters.