MotoGP » Limited action on final day at Aragon


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cassyo

March 10, 2012 9:54 AM
Last Edited 935 days ago

I don't totally agree. I think the CRT-s by being a consistent pack of their own,they might produce a pretty flavoured saga as well.Winning races unlikely being their main goal and letting alone the already predictable races within races, they might have targets as regularity and equilibrium and in doing so, might keep the DNF rate as low as possible eventually.

lean two

March 10, 2012 4:20 PM

Altho I tend to agree with Paddles...

I still feel this is gona be the most predictable year in moto gp... front runners will be factory honda an yamaha, followed by they're satillites followed by the ducatas - who will be chased hard by the aprilia's, then the crts....
like V6Stroker said... give it 2 years then the 3 rd year it will be on...

1motion

March 11, 2012 12:06 AM

there is quite a bit of interest i would say... its the lack of information and track time that is keeping people from commenting... If the conditions were as bad as they are saying then 4.3 seconds off the record lap is better than expected... like Edwards said, they will keep getting faster all the way up to the last race and if anybody knows about testing and developing a bike its Edwards...

I think taking electronics away all the way is never going to happen, easiest way to level things out would be to ban pneumatic valves, they are never going to make it onto production bikes as the maintenance would be ridiculous... sounds simple enough to me

Jan - Unregistered

March 11, 2012 1:10 AM

I hope no serious accidents will happen or races will be spoilt when these CRT's get lapped, which is goimg to happen from halfway through the races!

1motion

March 11, 2012 2:39 AM

lapping people is part of racing... it happens in almost every series and type of racing there is... the only reason we havent seen it in MotoGP as of late is because there have only been a whole 15 bikes on the grid

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