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Official release of the provisional 2013 MotoGP calendar - dates and events as leaked on Thursday evening...

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lee - Unregistered

September 21, 2012 8:38 PM

Indy sucks... again!

Though massive thumbs up for UK race moved to September (fingers crossed for a dry one, usually better weather then - famous last words!!!) - still Silverstone is crap, to big, flat and bumpy for bikes.

RSG929 - Unregistered

September 21, 2012 9:53 PM

Apart from Indy still being in and subjecting us to a further dull round, Laguna persists in only having MotoGP.

This is a world series so only getting one race short-changes everyone apart from the yanks. With the old argument of two-strokes being irrelevant to the American market gone, they should either drop AMA or find another venue. It's a good track but not good enough to be worth missing what are usually the best races of the weekend in moto2 and moto3.

Imagine 35 moto2s coming down the corkscrew...

roland - Unregistered

September 22, 2012 3:16 AM

As someone who goes to Indy each year..its a blast..I don't dog out your home circuits...its a privilege to see these guys race and honestly its the best weekend of the year for me..family tradition...

roland - Unregistered

September 22, 2012 3:22 AM

Don't think it was the track's fault that stoner is out...hell if that's the.case where were the calls to get rid of mugello when vale crashed? And the moto3 race at Indy was awesome as hell this year. I'm fine with.the races they have on the calendar. And if Spain has more races..that's fine too..if you don't like watching piss off and watch something else

rahulrossi

September 22, 2012 4:01 AM

@roland MotoGP is not the sport only for Americans or Spanish.whom are u saying to piss off everyone other than u people.Americans never had motorcycle tradition.dorna must know it is a losing battle they are fighting for promoting sport in usa.so should other countries people be just spectators while u have all the show.I vote for India and Argentina in that 2 tbcs and remove Indy or one of the Spanish races to replace with Austin.

Again .................

Previously sports, including moto gp synonymous with scandal, gambling and arogance.

Now .................

Japan - dominating and developing engine technologies.

This is a special motorcycle engine. I'm not talking about another automotive engines.

In the development of the motorcycle manufacturer brands:

Italian manufacturer - No sound.

" You know yourself

In class 125 cc and 250 cc : Honda has MAJORITY VICTORY from the aprilia
In class moto 2 : Obviously Honda
In the MotoGP class : .......................... Huh!

only that class, unlike moto 3, ama cross , or WSBK. Because the class is not popular

...............

Then where Italian manufacturers sound on the most popular class such as mv agusta, aprilia, ducati ..?








kick out of it ! "

Thank you - Unregistered

September 22, 2012 4:40 AM

to crash.net

moto gp automotive news should not be mixed with other automotive.

because it was different manufacturers, different companies

different income ...

THE FAN - Unregistered

September 22, 2012 5:17 AM

I think they should add India, It's a fast growing market for superbikes. Economy is good, more and more youngsters are buyin high end bikes. The only problem is lack of road sense and on the way back home after the race few will end up in hospital.

rahulrossi

September 22, 2012 5:28 AM

@the fan I accept that road sense is totally absent in Indian people.but that should not stop gp's coming to India.we know that Indians are fond of motorcycles.too many motorcycles really don't help the cause of road safety.it is just a matter of time safety takes its due place.

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