MotoGP » Preziosi explains satellite GP12 strategy


"We have developed the Valencia bike for the satellite teams... Hector is very happy about his new bike and is the top satellite rider" - Filippo Preziosi.

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gearbox

February 09, 2012 8:17 AM

Why not make it binding that the same machinery is supplied to the satellite teams,let the best riders win,or just leave it as another class war as usual.Rossi,Stoner and Co get the best,stuff the rest.

dacron

February 09, 2012 9:11 AM

a parallel development of two different types of bike should boost progress well.
can only be good for the season's racing,
just one thing bugs me , why is barbera doing so well on a bike discarded by vale and nicky.

Moonie - Unregistered

February 09, 2012 9:17 AM

Does anyone know what the satelite teams are paying for these so-called factory bikes? It appears they have to pay for updates as well. I wonder if crash budget is included in the up front price

Jack Mordino

February 09, 2012 9:22 AM

@ Bradenws: I'll give the kick-off whistle:

Why, oh why is Barbera only 0.1 second behind Rossi, while on the "older spec" Valencia bike? Is the all-new bike perhaps a much better tool than what Rossi's times allow us to figure?

lol...

mcarrogant

February 09, 2012 9:23 AM

@motojunky did well to start off but it needs flare so rossi, stoner, jorge, spies, ducati & honda are SH!TE!!! Kosuke Akiyoshi is the best!!!!! :') have fun with that p.s. 9/2 to rossi vs stoner :)

Motojunky..

February 09, 2012 9:56 AM

Already 3 posters knocking Rossi cause Barbera was close to his time. Now the posters will justify why so I will kick that one off. lol.
Rossi was on a totally new bike, whereas barbera getting on Rossi bike would not be that much different to the bike he(barbera) rode last year.
Go for it boys, have fun analysing that comment. lol.

Go Rossi.


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