MotoGP » Marc VDS 'looking at MotoGP' for 2014


"We've spoken to a number of people about the options available, including the Yamaha engines and the Honda RCV production racer"

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Sweeble - Unregistered

May 15, 2013 12:14 PM

It's just so frustrating that MotoGP is actually a number of race series within one with the factory rides being the only ones that counts. Dorna should simply give CRT's concessions until they can compete with the factory teams. Accepting a ride on a bike which can only fight for even 6th place in MotoGP can be a career killer. Only VR has come back from the career black hole that is Ducati, and he seems to be mortally wounded. Beware Scott!!

James Warren

May 15, 2013 12:37 PM

Good stuff! I can't wait to see if these Yam's and Honda's are competative! Obviously they wont be up there with the factory bikes but should make for some interesting mid field scrps and a nice challenger for the ART's!

Excited for 2014 already!

wadcutter - Unregistered

May 15, 2013 12:52 PM

Good luck to Scott and VDS but.......

Honda are not going to provide a bike package to trouble the 4 Honda prototypes. The Yamaha engines will not trouble the 4 Yamaha factory bikes.
Whats the point? Its nonsense, we will have a 4 tier race next year then? Factory, RCV Proddy, Yam Engines, CRT?
Just give them all a CBR500R stock with lights and lets have a f@~#ing RACE!

Dr.Who - Unregistered

May 15, 2013 1:07 PM

This is just in, to give the "production racer" and M1 engine a chance of winning they will race a lap less compared to the full spec bike Cruella Ezpeleta just decided this after talks with Honda.
I was either do this or we will quit MotoGP.....

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