MotoGP » LCR 'realistic' over MotoGP team expansion


“Our primary target is to have a two rider team in MotoGP and then maybe to look at the smaller categories” - Lucio Cecchinello, LCR.

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shamarone

May 30, 2013 2:47 PM
Last Edited 421 days ago

re: "Mainly it was that we had too much weight over the front tyre."

see guys, further proof that weight over the front end 24/7 is but a layman obsession. proper setup is about balance. this means having to take into account a LORRY's worth of variables. google university is not a boffin make.

motofan - Unregistered

May 30, 2013 4:34 PM

HRC is asking a lot from bradl, anyone can see its basically gonna be an all Spain 1,2,3 with sporadic moments of rossi, Crutchlow and maybe dovi. Suppose ezpeleta won't mind tho. NEED FAIRER RULING IN MOTOGP! THE SAME 2-3 TEAMS AT THE FRONT IS BORING!

Unbelievable - Unregistered

May 30, 2013 7:08 PM

His bike is identical to Marquez's and pedrosas bike. how he hasn't yet had a podium after all this time in gp is beyond me considering Marquez hasn't yet finished OFF the podium.. He's obviously more of the Elias type moto2 champ than the Marquez type.. Really disappointing Bradl.

gp40 - Unregistered

May 30, 2013 11:27 PM

Hopefully this will shut the guy who keeps saying LCR can't setup their motogp bike. The rider is always at least parcially responsible. Stoner and De Puniet were fast and got poles and podiums on the (not so competitive as Bradl's ride) LCR Honda so the team is not the problem. It's the rider. Bradl aint cutting it. He needs to step it up or else we'll see the other german on his bike soon. Folger that is.

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