MotoGP » MotoGP stars against more pit stop races

"Sincerely I like it, but it is better as normal. Today was an emergency" - Valentino Rossi.

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October 20, 2013 12:21 PM

When it is decided and races of this kind is needed in the future, then it can be staged without a problem... Today riders go at 300km/hr and in the past people never believed such event could be possible... Today we feel pit stop races are dangerous from many point of view but in future suitable modifications may make it possible...


October 20, 2013 12:55 PM
Last Edited 927 days ago

personally i didnt think the pitstop was that bad, added abit more excitment to the race,
they can go flat out for 10 laps, use up their tyre, come in get fresh tyres and go flat out for the rest of the race,
so many times we hear riders having no grip or to much sliding, yes in the future it might be worth a try, but for now leave it as it is.
as for safety, these guys are professionals. exit pit lane onto the track with care, it cant be that difficult., yes easy for me to say as im not on the track, but we see it all the time in motor racing. exit and get up to speed while staying out of the racing line of riders on track.


October 20, 2013 1:52 PM

Today was fun.... see the stoppies snd jump of an jump on... very exciting. .. but not how it should be. ... multiple tyre should be available. ... millions of £ € $ go into this sport the riders should be able to choose... like the good old day's. ... as for mm being black flagged 5 laps into the second half... well race direction you messed up there big time... they should have flagged him coming into the pits... race direction caught sleeping I think....

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