MotoGP » New Silverstone gets thumbs up


Suzuki duo Loris Capirossi and Alvaro Bautista sample the new Silverstone Arena circuit

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Motojunky

May 11, 2010 12:31 PM

Jeez that Suzuki is one ugly GP bike.

The pipe looks like ................................................................ forget it, don't know what it looks like. What a mess. And the seat/ tank combo looks like........................... also a mess.

RawDawg

May 11, 2010 3:00 PM

Yeah the Suzuki is no looker. The pipe looks straight off a hooligans streetfighter. Troy Lee still can't believe they paid him to "redo" the paint scheme.

I'm sure Silverstone will be proper fast. It's a wide track with many lines so it should provide good racing.

Hugh Janus - Unregistered

May 12, 2010 9:31 AM

Ha ha ha! Yes it is sh1t again isn't it? No change from the regular levels of disappointment there then... I've been hoping for years and years we could get the GP away from 'one-line-Donington' EVERY race almost forever turns rapidly into a single string of riders with only a very few exceptions to be thoroughly enjoyed. Great track but crap racing generally speaking. Silverstone will kick it's @rse as long as they have anhiliated that absolutely ludicrous bullsh1t chicane which I believe they now have. Roll on the GP! Mind you if they want a proper circuit there is always Oulton Park :p :p :p

New Silverstone.
Having watched the GT races on the TV, the circuit may be OK, as long as the competitors enjoy riding round a building site!
And will the management be providing free opera glasses so that the spectators can see the track? If the grandstands were sited any further back they would have had to buy the land next door!

Patrocles

May 12, 2010 6:59 PM

Capi is only using more padding in his suit!
haha man, you guys have some priceless and witty comments! :)

Capi's comments have piqued my interest in the track. I am looking forward to the race in June.


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