MotoGP » Bautista, Honda to the fore in Qatar

Alvaro Bautista and Honda took the initiative during the second night of the final MotoGP pre-season test, in Qatar.

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March 08, 2014 8:47 PM

Go Alvaro! Great rider at the top of the test...

Don't get too close to the factory guys otherwise Honda will complain and get the rules changed again.

Oh, I see you are already on a Honda, then Go Alvaro! (just don't get anywhere near the factory guys otherwise your bike will suddenly "lack performance!")

F**K Honda!


March 08, 2014 9:13 PM

Its all about the fighting right now between Dorna and Honda isnt it?

Its in every fans head and influencing how we view every performance of the riders, and what the implications might be if certain class riders do better than a certain huge Corporation might be happy with.

Honestly I dont care which of the Open Class guys really smokes it and rocks in 2014.... so long as one of them does.

Dorna do suck.... but Hondas control and manipulation and relentless tilting of the playing field so they always have an edge simply HAS to end, or MotoGP is nothing but a sham.

An Open Class team proving Open is viable and entertaining can give Dorna the validity to adopt it fully and wrest power from Honda. So I am all for it - it gives hope that a unified single tier class and Dornas new power to regulate tech policy will lead to all teams getting a cgance to compete properly.

Thats worth having a little upheaval for.


March 08, 2014 10:03 PM
Last Edited 786 days ago

total number of 1m55s laps

Smith - 14
Bautista - 6
Bradl - 4
Espargaro A - 4
Espargaro P - 2

I see one person disagrees with this. Why exactly, it's fact. Try looking at the analysis report on the motogp website and count up the times yourself, if you can count and indeed read of course and if it isn't already past your bedtime.

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