MotoGP » 2013 MotoGP entry list announced, Laverty at PBM


Provisional 2013 MotoGP entry list revealed, Michael Laverty and Yonny Hernandez set to ride for Paul Bird Motorsport.

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Wolfy35

November 28, 2012 6:21 PM

@ Olek135I

When Lorenzo won his first championship someone tweeted that he would run the 1 plate at request of or in tribute to someone at Yamaha as a one off but if he won any further he would continue to use 99.

Pessimist in me thinks reason he will use his normal number is in no small way connected to his merchandise and marketing arrangements that are all based around 99 in the same way all of Rossi's are around 46.

THE FAN - Unregistered

November 28, 2012 6:29 PM

Motogp grid doesnt look very good...I can see Jorge, Dani fightin each other...it could become interestin only if VR and MM get up to the speed...MM will be forgiven for being a rookie..but VR is the one who has to deliver...if not Motogp will lose it...so will VR...a fan of VR..but this is make or break for him...good luck Vale...

stumuz666 - Unregistered

November 28, 2012 7:08 PM

laverty in a pbm???? wtf is birdy thinking.
with all due to laverty, what can he expet to do on that bike, he was hardley setting the world alight in bsb last year. how does he deserve that gp ride.ellison has a year under his belt, should have kept him on in my opinion.

Sick Cylinder - Unregistered

November 28, 2012 7:27 PM

@Howisitpossible - This topic has been covered many times over the years, but a brief recap. The "Good Friday Agreement" entitles any person from Northern Ireland to choose.

Also Eugene Laverty has been supported by and raced under an Irish racing license for many years.

His two racing brothers, John and Michael have raced under a UK racing license for many years.

It is the riders choice.

Dr. Ottomotor - Unregistered

November 28, 2012 7:29 PM

Get rid of all the bikes! Especially CRT's, but also 4 stroke expensive as all hell MotoGP bikes and get back to 2 strokes: twice as efficient, half as heavy and with modern electronics double fuel efficient!

And racing get's better and more enjoyable for the rides as well.

Why does nobody see this?

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