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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tjh - Unregistered

May 27, 2010 8:02 AM

the whole honda thing is a question mark to me.
puig and repsol would want DP there so AD might be on the way out but having DP and CS in the same team would not be a good move. so who knows

Yamaha-M1 Fan. - Unregistered

May 27, 2010 8:10 AM

How I see it.

Yamaha Factory Racing Rossi/Spies
Marlboro Ducati Lorenzo/Hayden
Repsol Honda Stoner/Dovizioso
Rizla Suzuki who cares
Yamaha Tech 3 Edwards/De Puniet
Honda Gresini stays same as 2010

Sweeble - Unregistered

May 27, 2010 8:58 AM

The thing that people seem to be missing is that a move to Ducati can very well be a career killer, so only people who are forced to make a swap and don't want to go to a non-factory team would do it, so logically the most likely rider to move to Ducati is Dani Pedrosa. Yamaha riders only use big money Ducati offers to increase the offer from Yamaha.

rossihatersgohome - Unregistered

May 27, 2010 9:09 AM

Bring back the old school guys as the new kids dont have it in them.

Fiat Yamaha: Valentino Rossi/Jorge Lorenzo
Repsol Honda: Marco Melandri/Casey Stoner
Ducati team: Troy Bayliss/Loris Capirossi
Suzuki (they should be ashamed of themselves): Ben Spies/ Dani Pedrosa
Gresini Honda: Sete Gibernau/Nicky Hayden
Sito Pons Honda: Max Biaggi/Makoto Tamada
Pramac Ducati: Alex Barros/Mika Kallio
Tech 3 yamaha: Colin Edwards/Andrea Dovizioso

I only wish :)

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