MotoGP » Six new MotoGP 2012 entries announced


The decision was taken to focus on existing grand prix teams when considering who to include on next year's MotoGP grid.

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Westminister - Unregistered

June 18, 2011 6:39 PM

Attract more sponsors?

Yamaha the Champions of last season don't even have a title sponsor. Now we are going to have CRT teams sponsored by local bike shop mechanics and lemonade stands...

Roddo - Unregistered

June 18, 2011 7:24 PM

The 1000cc rule for me will meen far less than having a good chassis set up. Has anyone seen qualifing at Aragon wsb this weekend 1.57.5 pole position the 125 riders last year qualified 159.3 and the moto 2 riders qualified 155's Stoner took the Ducati around in a sub 1.49. It goes to show the world of difference between the 2 championships!

GuerrillaRed

June 19, 2011 3:04 AM

I want to THANK DUCATI FOR PUTTING BIKES OUT THERE.Performance aside. like a band playing unsigned when they could be- do it because its fun, go racing.

that said, these teams, the FIM BETTER organize manditory involvment (as Stoner once implied about Suzuki) to the other manufactorers. Each Should be required say 2 satillite teams, which Ducati has exceeded, as has Honda, so one of the 6 go to Yamaha and 2 of the 6 go to Suzuki. Now were more level, the othere 3 teams can be whatever but point is, we have Ducati-like involvment from everyone.

And Eff you Kawasaki, for having the money and resources yet leaving. No passion. And BTW the new Ninja was like Bush's "Shock and Awe'= it just never came! haha

jjletho - Unregistered

June 20, 2011 4:35 AM

motogp is too expensive and boring. motogp is slowly dying. not much you can do about it. if factories lose interest for motogp (and they are), world sbk could be the next big thing.

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