MotoGP » Factory MotoGP line-up set until 2015?


Two years until any big changes in the factory MotoGP rider line-ups.

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Goforit - Unregistered

August 22, 2012 11:56 PM

Name one motoGp that would be on the front row, exactly, only 3 next three next year. Now look at WSBK, how many possible riders on front row.....?

As to your point I think I admitted the best are in GP, their are seriously talented riders that will NEVER get a chance at a decent bike in GP.

wsbkrider - Unregistered

August 23, 2012 12:08 AM


Was hoping the Dovi would have gone to WSB. Had he done that with Spies, Dovi and the rest of WSB then you could make the argument that WSB starts to overtake GP as a more interesting and competitive series. Not sure why I want to watch Pedro and JLo race any more. Hopefully Marquez and Rossi can perform or it's going to be a very boring 2 years.

besthairdo - Unregistered

August 23, 2012 1:41 AM

it seems people don't understand that it's not a matter of current championships, all the best riders are FORMER 250cc riders and champions: Lorenzo, Stoner, Pedrosa, Rossi, Biaggi, Melandri, (Checa), these are the top riders in the world. 250cc was the real tough one, where you REALLY learned to ride a bike... Now with this underseries moto 1 2 3 crap you'll never grow somebody able to compete with the 250cc guys. You have to wait they retire...

dododo9 - Unregistered

August 23, 2012 4:24 AM

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in italy the major broadcasting company (mediaset) has bought wsbk and hasn't renewed with motogp. motogp will go to sky (only sky subscribers will be able to see it). a very good move by mediaset imo, and it will change basis in italy...

Ducati Muppets - Unregistered

August 23, 2012 4:29 AM

I dont understand why they give hayden one year while dovi two years. To me this seems that they do not want to change the design of their engine. Ducati is still looking for another Stoner (although we do not know if Stoner can be competitive on the present Ducati). Ducati will never change their L engine, period!

rahul46 - Unregistered

August 23, 2012 6:44 AM

ducati should give a ride to pol at the end of 2013 season in replace of hayden.
he is the strongest compentador in the moto2 class as we all know,instead of andrew and redding ducati should hire pol espargaro,he is always keen to challenge marc and i guess hez had a little bit edge on him.Hayden should go to tech3 alongside cal instead of bradley smith,hayden can get lot more good reasults on a tech3 bike than ducati.
if these things goes on as per 2014 season,then it will be great season to watch.

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