MotoGP » 'Honda is fair with its rivals, unlike Ferrari'

“At F1, Ferrari has absolute authority. To be honest, we suffered a lot in that period. In MotoGP, Honda is in a similarly strong position but we like to be fair with our rivals” - Shuhei Nakamoto.

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Dave - Unregistered

November 24, 2012 12:15 AM

As you are dacron...

these are the same logics refuted by your type (stoner supporters) when rossi fans claim rossi would have won the 2010 WC if not for a broken leg etc...

what goes around comes around and to contradict yourselves (stoner fans) constantly only highlights how funny you guys are:)

Dave - Unregistered

November 24, 2012 12:18 AM


I forgot to add that stoner should have 7 WC by now going by all the ifs and buts offered by many of his fans over the years...reality is he doesnt, deal with it guys.

As bad as stoner fans claim rossi to be (ifs and buts again), he has 7 (9 if you count lower classes which you wont because it just makes the gap back to stoner even bigger), deal with it.

Dave - Unregistered

November 24, 2012 12:34 AM

To all haters...

stoners dnf & dns per dacron...whos fault?

pedros dnf...whos fault?

riding without treatment per dacron...stupid?

honda hampered by rule swings per dacron...what was pedro on?

before injury and bike upgrades, stoner fell trying to keep up with pedro...yes or no?

haters keep on hating because now its all youve got.

JC Racing - Unregistered

November 24, 2012 2:15 AM

“I believe motorcycle fans love to follow the racing to see the advances in motorcycle technology, not just to witness the battles between riders on the track.” Nakamoto.

I, for one, like following the technlogy advances as well as the races, including the advances in Moto2, that have shaved 3 seconds off their 2010 times. Maybe I'm too old, or have been tuning and racing bikes for too long - 31 years and counting.


November 24, 2012 4:39 AM

“I believe motorcycle fans love to follow the racing to see the advances in motorcycle technology, not just to witness the battles between riders on the track,” said Nakamoto.

this is why vale leave has lost their humanity...riders only a tool...if they can't win championship, they'll blame their engineers...

if they don't respect Stoner..I won't be surprised...


November 24, 2012 5:33 AM
Last Edited 1177 days ago

When Honda left motoGP in Ago's day look at how he dominated on the Augusta...

The strongest manufacturer realy should be in motoGP. But if Honda left motoGP would still get along.

It's about the riders 1st and machines 2nd, a close second.


November 24, 2012 5:40 AM

the chances stoner would have left everyone behind by mid season had honda not been hampered with the rules swings is very high on most logical peoples minds.
your a funny guy dave .
Posted by @dacron.

What if...what if. Sorry @dacron but Stoner dropped it because of the pressure to get back into the WC race.

Chances are comments does not change history @dacron.

And the commentr about rule changes? If Honda did not want it then the rule change would not have come into effect. More likely Honda was almost caught out cheating... lol

Fence sitting won't get you anywhere @dacron. It will just piss off people on both sides of the fence...


November 24, 2012 6:21 AM
Last Edited 1177 days ago

@SwissJudge .
i never said i was trying to change history my good man , in fact i never even used "what if"
i was simoly replying to a comment stating stoner was beaten fare and square by pedro.
clearly he was beaten by pedro and even clearer i wasn't disputing that , fare and square requires stoner to be on the track all races to be beaten fare and square right? , not to mention being able to ride at 100%.
dan beat him , but not fare and square.
stoner was the rider favoured to win this year by practically everyone bar vale fans.
tell me how stoner was under pressure to get back into the WC swiss?? , he was leading when he stacked chasing pedro mate , and the foot injury was simply hitting a wet patch in practice.
your full of it bro.
what fence am i stting on? , i'm a stoner backer first and everyone else second , you must be mistaking my lack of hate for any riders mate.


November 24, 2012 1:06 PM

re: "I believe motorcycle fans love to follow the racing to see the advances in motorcycle technology, not just to witness the battles between riders on the track, said Nakamoto."


Busa Boy - Unregistered

November 24, 2012 2:09 PM

Did Pedrosa beat Stoner fair and square this year?
Yes,i would say he did.Not his fault Stoner missed races with injury.
But i do find it rather odd that when it was suggested that Lorenzo beat Rossi fair and square in 2010,a lot of Rossis fans were quick to dismiss the claim,stating that the only reason Lorenzo won is because Rossi missed races with injury.There seems to be a little hypocrisy here.Either injury is taken into account or it isnt.
Not hating,just pointing it out.

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