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"We're very excited to have the two top motorcycle road racing series under one roof" - Carmelo Ezpeleta, Dorna.

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October 02, 2012 7:14 PM

Ha said to David Emmett and bikesports news the ther day on twitter, how long will Infront put up with WSB losing money? Not even a week longer.
Oh how Flamini bros must be crying that they gave their controlling share to Infront just to keep it alive.


October 02, 2012 7:29 PM

re: "The real power in motorcycle racing belongs to the manufacturers not the promoters."

DAMN SKIPPY...!!! and so goeth the message (to dorna) behind honda's next-gen RVF. they could've built the bloody thing years ago...!!! it's getting built NOW to show the organizers who's boss. in geo-politics, they have a term for this... "SABRE RATTLING".


October 02, 2012 7:49 PM
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"The real power in motorcycle racing belongs to the manufacturers not the promoters."

Enter CRT and a return to WSB roots as well, importers running the teams with only financial and kits as backing from the factory.
That saying the manufacturers will have been consulted about this, Bridgepoint are not dumb.

Poet, it won't happen incomprehensible rants are a signature of the world renowned economist.

Bob - Unregistered

October 02, 2012 8:27 PM


Yeah wsb is really growing fast, factory ducati, yamaha pulled out, bmw to go at the end of the year and effenbert liberty pulled out of the final round. If the series grows any faster there will be no one left...

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