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Jonesy - Unregistered

February 17, 2009 7:36 PM

Bird is dreaming if he thinks Krapasaki are capable of building and developing a bike which will finish in the top 10, the reality is they have NEVER had the will to succeed, look at their record in WSB and moto gp, it's an absolute disgrace!

damo - Unregistered

February 18, 2009 2:28 AM

"I don't usually make goals" "I wasn't listening to the riders" "Top 6 or 8 would be good" ...

Bit of an odd sounding team manger, sounds like its more of a hobby for him or something.

Hedgeholer

February 18, 2009 1:46 PM

"you look at the top Superbike teams, who have a budget of around £4million, which is a tenth of the cost. For MotoGP, to get anywhere near that, you still need around half of that, which is £20million"

I'm glad he's cleared that up for us then :rolleyes:

Jonesy - Unregistered

February 18, 2009 9:23 PM

Foogeyred, I know that Scott Russell won the WSB championship but it was a long time ago now and since then Krapasaki have achieved zilch apart from very limited WSS success, I stand by my statement that to win you must have the will to succeed and history and results prove Krapasaki do not have any enthusiasm for road racing, I have several early Krapaski bikes but to be honest the racing side of Krapaski is an absolute disgrace and after year's of living in hope I have finaly given up on them. :-o

cookie - Unregistered

July 17, 2011 1:02 PM

Some opinions disqualify themselves by using kindergarten name-defacing.... Whooho look at me I can make up "Doh!cati", "Why Amaha ?", "Craprilia" too, but this does not contribute anything to the discussion.

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