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Suzuki engineers present during ECU MotoGP visit to Magneti Marelli

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Johnnyboy - Unregistered

February 20, 2013 2:27 PM

So Suzuki may rejoin the Moto GP circus. but they won't be allocated two spaces on the grid. Two extra bikes would be rather good for the depleted grid. Come on DORNA do you want the sport to die?

Spinach - Unregistered

February 20, 2013 2:52 PM

Dorna seems to only care about top dollar these days. Spectators love the sport, Dorna loves the paycheck. Let's face it, can we blame them? It is their business, however, at what point do you decide to take a cut in pay and start producing a better product? I have a funny feeling that Dorna is listening to the companies with money and not so much the fans giving them a reason to race.

As to Suzuki, well, I hope they don't bother. I'd rather see them give a full attack at WSBK. Just like Aprilia did, and Ducati should be. Let MotoGP die, life support is not gracious.

Strex

February 20, 2013 3:10 PM

Get real Dorna, Suzuki should be given grid places by default, look at their history for gods sake! You can't make a factory like Suzuki barter for grid places, I hope they stick two fingers up at the organizers if they do.

thorneel

February 20, 2013 5:02 PM

I'll be at Catalunya this year as I recon this year is going to be the last year of proper Motogp racing. Tyres are the only thing that should be controlled, if anything else starts to be controlled you are removing the essence of what the manufacturers have spent billions developing through decades of racing. When will it stop? Next it will be control chassis, control frames, control cams, material piston sleeves are made from..... Naw that's not for me.

ex-loko.tkc.exe - Unregistered

February 20, 2013 6:31 PM

mmm, i understand some changes, reasonable changes, and not many changes without advise, bad changes...
(probably led by "big" interest)

the difference between a normal stage and the actual stage...

politics/economics interest always do chantage,

i just think Suzuki dont want to suffer no reasonable changes, even more when they make very good effort (economic,team...all) to see how it miss in a blackhole...
is logic, normal, legitimate,

i agree, they should let motogp die only for see the face of the "borraicho" of Ezpeleta, when he realise what he loose,

but we have a problem, Ezpeleta wants to destroy SBK,
and only for money, pathetic

Md Zane - Unregistered

February 20, 2013 9:57 PM

MotoGP dying will be granted as soon as Rossi retires.

What total balls,don't spose ye ever attended a GP before Rossi was about.

And if all the billions of cash disappears out of this sport Joe racer would turn up on his special in the back of his van and race.

F***in sad thinking that bike racing revolves round 1 guy.

dick craven - Unregistered

February 20, 2013 10:19 PM

they need bigger grids for gp . by the time they have fell off ,or retired, sometimes not many left at finish. not good for paying public. moto gp will die if not careful.to much power they have to use expensive ectronics to tame them. why is more power needed . ditch elecronics let the best rider win. not the guy with the computor

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