MotoGP » HRC 'clarifies' Suzuka MotoGP reports

"Nakamoto stated that, although he personally likes the Suzuka circuit layout, it would not be possible to race there..."

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August 28, 2011 4:38 PM

This is ridiculous.

This was caused by dumb ass reporters and journalist chopping up his statement and making something out of nothing.

He clearly said in his interview that Suzuka doesn't have the correct license and status to host a GP race and can't hold a GP. This wasn't a story and should have never been a story, but "professional" writing articles and blogs wanted to stir things by writing rubbish.


August 28, 2011 4:55 PM

The last time a GP was held at Suzuka, Melandri was badly hurt in Moto GP practice and Kato was killed in the race so it was scrapped due to safety issues.There would need to be a hell of a lot of improvements made for it to host a GP again,i don't think they've changed the layout or improved safety much since then.

Andy - Unregistered

August 28, 2011 11:14 PM

Picture looks like it's taken from the NSF250 launch & Nakamoto thinking "I wonder if they'll use this image to add fuel to the Suzuka MotoGP venue switch?" javascript:insertTextCursor('comment', ':p')

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