MotoGP » FIM responds to Bridgepoint announcement


"...We shall then be able to adapt the regulations to ensure that they have a distinct identity in future" - Vito Ippolito, FIM President.

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some1 - Unregistered

October 02, 2012 7:35 PM

FIM: "MotoGP = Prototype"

DORNA: "MotoGP = Specs based (Prototype not allowed)"

Spectators: "We want more Prototypes, more manufacturers and more sponsors."

Cubikrube

October 02, 2012 7:43 PM

I believe this is a good thing. A distinct identity between the two, bringing costs down for both series, hopefully allowing more competitors on the grid.

The same company owns both entities, they want to profit on both sides so they'll want both series to be successful.

Added bonus is that there may be fewer overlaps of gp and wsb, potentially leading to more weekends of racing to watch at the track or on the telly

:)

MASAO FURUSAWA - Unregistered

October 02, 2012 8:26 PM

@We shall then be able to adapt the regulations to ensure that they have a distinct identity in future."'

Adapt the regulations!!! sure just say more and more rules to come!!!!
Don't touch SBK. DON'T TOUCH IT!!!!!!

pcxmac - Unregistered

October 02, 2012 8:43 PM

i can hear the sound in the WSBK paddock now, .... KAOOOOOOOOOSH. These guys are gonna slow down the WSBK bikes, because they want the spectators to believe MotoGP is the fastest thing going, because it will get ratings for their stupid TV commercials. So glad I havent owned a TV for almost 10 years, would have to pay me to sit in front of one of those things.

SaveMotoGP - Unregistered

October 02, 2012 8:55 PM

Honda, Yamaha and Ducati should start their own series ASAP. They should also invite other manufacturers like BMW, Kawasaki et al to join.

Dorna and Spaz-leta will destroy motorcycle racing at the altar of profits in no time.

JC Racing - Unregistered

October 02, 2012 9:24 PM

MotoGP will get slower, to make CRT look good, WSBK will get much slower, to make MotoGP look good. The good thing is that WSBK will get much cheaper, allowing even more teams to be competitive, as the bikes move closer and closer to Superstock with slicks.

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