MotoGP » Brno MotoGP test times - Monday 1pm

Brno MotoGP test times as of 1pm on Monday.

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August 15, 2011 2:26 PM

If anyone has a twitter account, check out Toby Moody today.

He has just quick videos of the Honda 1000cc bike which sounds awesome. He also has a video of the Suter going down the straight followed by the Ducati. The Suter sounds like an F1 car - it sounds the business.

some1 - Unregistered

August 15, 2011 2:34 PM


I got the sense that they would use between 900cc to 950cc to compensate the fuel and reaching 19,500 rpm rev. I think all 3 manufactures will preferred within this range.

I wish there will be Petronas FP1 incarnation with 900cc V4 joining MotoGP in 2012. Probably, named as Petronas MG1. Such a beautiful bike has disappeared without trace from history. If this bike fitted with an Aprilia V4 engine, it will be crazy fun added to MotoGP.

Rossi's Loyal Dog - Unregistered

August 15, 2011 3:39 PM

Stoner is simply awesome! Only Rossi fans would disagree with that for sure!


No no, its not true, I am a big fan of Rossi(God), but now realized that, Stoner is better and Greater Rider than him, but you know very well how doggy type we rossi fans are? so can stop supporting him.

The fact is :- Riding a Ducati is not as easy as winning multiple titles. Stoner is the Best rider and also a legend.

BillAce - Unregistered

August 15, 2011 4:29 PM


in the end I think the fuel will be the biggest factor. In testing they are being ran wide open. The fuel consumption data will be the critical piece and will determine how much of the extra power they can use. How many times have we heard riders talk about reductions in power during a race to make it to the end.
If Honda gains an advantage here they will be hard to beat again next year.

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