MotoGP » MotoGP practice increase for 2011, GPS limit


Four one-hour practice sessions for MotoGP 2011; Moto2 and 125cc joins MotoGP in three riders per row on starting grid; Tyre warmer changes; Restriction in GPS technology...

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Lozza - Unregistered

December 10, 2010 7:01 AM

Morgue my man, why forbid Australians from using traction control? Are they too fast for the others or what? Just a funny statement to make that's all.

hotrijder7 - Unregistered

December 10, 2010 7:52 AM

Pity, they did not change the points system to, with only 17 riders starting in MOTOGP only 10 riders should get points, Also 5 points for pole position would be good to.

monster

December 10, 2010 8:44 AM

Using a control GPS might play into the hands of Yamaha.

As the only bike using DFI,(which was supposed to have been banned this year but wasn't) this should give the Yamaha's a distinct economy advantage.



2011 - Unregistered

December 10, 2010 8:57 AM

It doesn't matter if the rules change!
As long Spies ride the hell out of the bike!
Go spies.
Oh i believe spies will sure be dominant in 1000cc to!

1up5down

December 10, 2010 9:14 AM

Dorna 'only' supplied GPS...?Lol sounds like another Carmelo money making scheme... Back to 4 x 1 Hour sessions? Great for us fans... but another Dorna back-pedal.. more TV more money!

Lozza - Unregistered

December 10, 2010 9:54 AM

Come on Bob, if you are down on Motogp that much then you are free to leave us and follow netball or something more to your liking, really Motogp is a great sport and the more practice etc we get the better for everyone. When we pay for three days of motorcycle action then we want the maximium track time possible. By the way I don't support one rider, I support all riders.

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