Tis a shame. The Michelin's are just better. The commentators were saying Michelin can actually build F-1 tires fast enough that they can tailor the tires to not only the track, but to the projected track temperature on race day. Something Bridgestone is not able to do. As it currently stands, Ferrari will be hoping every race to come will be in the wet. The Bridgestone's are still superior in the wet, but not by much.
I also thought Michael was very diplomatic about the Montoya shunt, He is very classy.
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