MotoGP » Stoner talks big rear steps, front tyre woes

"We knew from when we first tested those tyres that it just wasn't going to work with our bike. We told Bridgestone, everybody from the beginning. But they didn't seem to care" - Casey Stoner.

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June 15, 2012 10:06 AM

@ Brainfart

Wow, talk about objective commentary!

So, who would you consider ABOVE AVERAGE! I am below average, so for Casey to have DOMINATED last year, the Honda must've been PHENOMENAL and I shudder to think what your thoughts (I mean farts) are on PEDROSA!!! Never mind Rossi....


June 15, 2012 10:24 AM

there is nothing secret about it , its common workings are common knowledge .
the only secret is there own method of putting it together.
are you implying the other factories have no secrets?


June 15, 2012 10:24 AM

@ LCTanner

Why should they?

You ever heard of "Intellectual Property"?

Maybe Yamaha can share the secret to their setup to make the chatter go away? OR MAYBE they can stop changing S#IT now and let the teams get on with the season and stop trying to make it impossible for Honda to keep up....

Come to think of it, why doesn't DORNA Just allocate 1 bike for everyone to ride?

bjr - Unregistered

June 15, 2012 10:25 AM

Actually there is a website that shows the inner workings of a seamless shift gearset.

It's mind boggling simple in operation when you see one.

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