MotoGP » Moto2: 'The perfect machine doesn’t exist'

“The perfect machine doesn't exist and in Moto2 the winner will be the one who knows how to adapt to the problems better than others” - Gianluca Montiron, JiR.

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February 26, 2012 11:50 AM

The perfect machine doesn't exist and in Moto2 the winner will be the one who knows how to adapt to the problems better than others,” he said.

That brought Rossi success before the electronics revolution and did the same for Stoner when he struggled with the powerfull Ducati in 2007.

This is an element which is sadly missing from motoGP. The electronics drive around many problems.

Its a good thing Swiss TV is showing free to air motoGP.

Expect this year to be more boring than the last. Stoner will break multiple records this year.

It will be interesting to see how Yamaha performs without the Rossi sponsorship millions and Burgess feedback.


February 26, 2012 8:27 PM

lol... Yamaha is going to be fine just like they were last year, dont worry about how yamaha get along without Rossi and Burguess, worry about how the 1000 is going to develop without FURASAWA!!! thats the man who brought yamaha back to life like me and other have mentioned more than enough times... but yamaha looks to be in a much better postiion than Ducati WITH Rossi and Burguess... they got ducati to do everything the want and they still dont have a top level machine.. anyone that thinks rosssi and burgess made the yamaha is STILL in a dream world even AFTER many riders have stated "i dont make the bike i just ride it and give feedback


February 26, 2012 8:29 PM

as far as moto2 goes there may not be a perfect machine but there may be a perfect "package" of rider and bike, without repsol pouring money into testing with marquez there shouldnt be one stand out this year but several riders that are capable of winning

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