MotoGP » Qatar MotoGP rider times: 800cc v 1000cc


A comparison in race times for MotoGP riders that finished both the 2011 800cc Qatar night race and last Sunday's 1000cc Losail season opener...

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an4rew

April 14, 2012 3:05 AM
Last Edited 891 days ago

its an 800 in disguise and just as easy to ride.

I was hoping to see less traction at the rear but all we got was a few wobbles on the front.

the rear of these bikes is owned by the computer.
nearly all crashes are low sides unless it f**** up big time.

people calling the current crop of riders Gods or on a different level.

May well be true but not with what they are riding on.

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