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Old 5 Sep 2017, 21:37 (Ref:3764808)   #91
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Slightly off topic, was there a reason for designating the compounds as soft and super soft rather than just hard and soft?
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Slightly off topic, was there a reason for designating the compounds as soft and super soft rather than just hard and soft?
The hard tyre already exists - this testing was for variations on the soft tyre for next year.
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