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pokerman
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Re: Barcelona Testing

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Paolo_Lasardi wrote:Actually, Bridgestone/Ferrari pushed for the one-tyre rule for 2005 since Bridgestone tyres appeared to be much more durable than Michelin's in the years before. Ironically it turned out the other way ... :lol:
Ok so that blows the theory of the FIA trying to even things up after 2004 right out of the water :)
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Re: Barcelona Testing

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robins13 wrote:
AngusWolfe wrote:2009, 2011, 2013 - odd numbered years, and years the championship was decided before the final race.
2008, 2010, 2012, 2014 - even numbered years, the title has gone down to the last race. I'm not superstitious, but I'm not getting my hopes up.
I am not sure about other drivers, but Kimi always do well in odd years compared to even.
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Re: Barcelona Testing

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pokerman wrote:
Paolo_Lasardi wrote:Actually, Bridgestone/Ferrari pushed for the one-tyre rule for 2005 since Bridgestone tyres appeared to be much more durable than Michelin's in the years before. Ironically it turned out the other way ... :lol:
Ok so that blows the theory of the FIA trying to even things up after 2004 right out of the water :)
Wasn't it Mosley who wanted the tyre rule changed trying to manipulate a single supplier?

I can't think of any reason why Ferrari would want to change 2004 rules.

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