MotoGP » Lucio Cecchinello - Q&A

A Honda generated interview with MotoGP team manager and former grand prix racer Lucio Cecchinello...

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March 30, 2012 8:23 AM

Great interview, and great guy. These people are so important to MotoGP, people with actual passion for the sport. I hope Bradl can give this team the results they deserve.

Also I love his idea for Moto2. Just think, someone buys a Honda RC213V engine, saws it in half and sticks it in a Suter frame. How awesome would that be? Probably quite unrealistic but the idea is just amazing. Maybe in a few years when the economic crisis has died down a little.


March 30, 2012 9:30 AM
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Old school..calm, understated, smart and very determined. I love how the Italians always seem to bring women into the conversation helping to express their emotion.

To a large degree the man responsible for launching Stoners path to the top for which, as real fans and whatever colour panties you wear, you've got to be happy about.

Catch Up - Unregistered

March 30, 2012 12:00 PM

Great interview and a wonderful insight into the man and his career.

One day it would be good to see his team win a Title for the effort he has put into young up and coming racers.

BOND - Unregistered

March 30, 2012 12:19 PM

enjoyed that!

LC comes across as a very focused and genuine guy. I wish his team all the best this season, they deserve to do well!
Also his thinking behind running 500 twins in moto 2 is very inteligent, although could prove to be costly for manufactures?

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