MotoGP » Silverstone puts smile on Rossi's face, but MotoGP 'too perfect'

"The bikes are too perfect. You maybe need to reduce the computer [electronics] by 50-60 per cent" - Rossi on MotoGP race action.

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August 30, 2013 8:26 PM

Well rossi is enjoying british track with M1. But still gap is not too far but let's hope he will reduce the gap as he told he (rossi) has clear direction to make another step...
and this time podium is not out of question for rossi....
lets see what happpens in Q2...
go vale lets see some fantastic action in Q2 blast...


August 30, 2013 9:06 PM

I agree, the electronics kill the sport, worked wonders when they got rid of stuff like traction control and all the aero on F1 cars.

Hopefully they'll do the same for Moto GP, go back to basics where it's all rider skills. Riders like Marq wouldn't be able to ride how they do and ride fast, he's only getting away with it because of electronics. Riders like Rossi have learnt how to ride without them and have had to adapt to them as the years have gone on.


August 30, 2013 9:13 PM

good thing to see here is even after so long he still njoys riding and have fun..this keeps him going and also keeps the sport alive..gud to c in a time stereotypical riders comments.. with the exception of cal imo..


August 30, 2013 9:22 PM
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You noob Podster.. Electronics is somethingh that is inevitable at Motogp, where the power is so big that the only way of letting riders exploring tha maximan of the bike they need electronics.. is one subject that is very importante to manufacters.. Motogp riders are not clowns they have one job that it can be made has a show but they are developing importante parts for the road for safety... the know how from Motogp is very importante.. but the true is that the show is not so espectacular, in F1 they invented the KERS to creat more chances off a fight.. here they can t do


August 30, 2013 9:39 PM

He may well be right about the excitement bit but it definitely won't help him!
He may be able to do a fancy little slide when it doesn't count but he's ridden his entire yamaha career on a bike that likes to keep its wheels in line for the best results.
He's relied heavily on maximum electronics to help yamaha develop the bike and the proof is in the pudding when you watch any M1.
A 240bhp motorcycle that rarely spins the rear tyre? Give me a break, no wonder he had no chance on the ducati.

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