MotoGP » Q&A: Massimo Meregalli - Yamaha

Massimo Meregalli expresses his thoughts on the 2011 MotoGP World Championship season - his first as team director with Yamaha.

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motogpfan - Unregistered

March 28, 2011 12:43 PM

yes,he seems to be a nice fellow.but the question is :has yamaha got any tricks under its sleeve to stop stoner?otherwise it's very hard to catch casey on that honda,hope ben and lorenzo can mix up with honda's ,so that we have close racing rather than cake walk for stoner.


March 28, 2011 4:11 PM

George has his great winning combo of Wilco and Ramon.
Ben has his side sorted with Maio and House.
The continuity within the Yamaha camp stands them in good stead for the season.Within the factory teams they definitely have the most balanced setup.
The HRC camp is formidable with a lot of pressure on their riders Dani,Casey,Dovi and Simmo to win the title this year.No doubt all 4 riders are aware of the probability that HRC will probably run 2 factory bikes next year,not 4,so there is a certain pressure there.No pressure in the Yamaha camp.The Honda's Qatar performance was great.In Jerez,win they may,but Yamaha on paper should be a lot stronger than Qatar suggests.

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