MotoGP » POLL: How will MotoGP look in 2011?


Silly season has started early in MotoGP this season, but how do you see the field shaping up in 2011?

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wr86 - Unregistered

May 26, 2010 7:05 PM

I found it interesting that the Crash pollsters think:

1. even with his mixed results so far - the only way that Spies won't be on the factory team next year is for everything to remain exactly as it is.

2. they seem to think that Hayden has already earned a factory Duc seat for next year.

3. Pedo's time on one of the big 3 factory teams probably is coming to an end.

4. they don't rate the Suzuki team at all. :)

«2PAC»

May 26, 2010 7:28 PM

matt... brilliant assesment!

whoever thinks rossi would consider a move back to honda is mad.

i think rossi is miffed that he developed the current m1 from a dog to a title winning machine and they handed over the full package to jorge. i can really see rossi wanting to finish his career on an italian motocycle.

Davido_M - Unregistered

May 26, 2010 8:26 PM

Vale has one target, that is to surpase GA's total number of wins, plus the titles that would go with that.

Where will he get that Yam or Duke... he sure don't need the money,so unless Duke start looking the top outfit I suspect he'll stay where he is, the quesstion is has he enough time to gather the 18 wins. If JL goes to Duke then the answer might be yes.

SeanMc - Unregistered

May 26, 2010 8:31 PM

I saw more overtaking on the corner I was stood at on the 3 metre wide track they call Cadwell during the superbike race on Sunday than watching every corner of the GP on TV later that day...yyyyyawn.....roll on 2012

Sean Mc - Unregistered

May 26, 2010 8:45 PM

Does nobody think next year with Lorenzo on the best bike Rossi wouldn't like to beat him and Stoner on an Italian bike that Casey didn't think was good enough??

It's set up for an even bigger two fingers than Rossi gave to Honda...

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