MotoGP » Extra Friday practice from Aragon? 1000cc from 2011?

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jaffa cake - Unregistered

June 24, 2010 12:18 PM

Jeremy Burgess, you've heard of him, reckons that it should be 600cc for motogp. The majority of bike racing around the world is 600cc. Motogp should be 600cc with the technical developments. But what the hell would Jeremy Burgess know?

Fish - Unregistered

June 24, 2010 12:21 PM

Well...this is it!!!

The ONLY posible solution to increase grid numbers, it will rock MGP, new contracts for th 4 aliens, new bikes, new Teams....Aprilia (with Biaggi as a bonus for the WSBK crown?), BMW, KTM, MZ, Triumph :D? maybe even Kawa will re-enter the class!

Please make it happen! :D


June 24, 2010 12:30 PM

I don't want to see ultrafastcorner 600cc crap, I want to see big powerhouse bikes powersliding and being a handful. For JB 600cc prototypes might be interesting, for the spectator it is not. If he wants to have fun with 600's he and Valentino can try to win Moto2.

its_a_joke - Unregistered

June 24, 2010 12:38 PM

Well lets so how Dorna has saved the teams money...

500cc to 1098cc
1098cc to 800cc
800cc engine limits, R&D expenses incured.
800cc to 1000cc
How on earth is that supposed to SAVE MONEY for fvcks sake. Oh I get it, BANKSTERS run dorna as well, hence they want to fvck the manufacturers around endlessly with expensive rule changes.

I don't see the point of having more than 20'ish riders on the grid, how many aliens are there ?, even in WSBK, there's a tiny fraction of the total "up there" at the sharp end, same with 600cc, why are people fixated on huge grid numbers, do they want to see a scintillating race for 30th position ?.

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