MotoGP » Hanika concerned by Brno rumours

“Hopefully not, but it looks like this could be the last year” - Karel Hanika.

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July 24, 2014 2:05 AM

Please Dorna dont follow the tradition of Bernie Ecclestone and replace all the good GP's with mediocre purpose built facilities in 3rd world countries with no passion for motorsport and more oil money than they know what to do with.

Bernie destroyed F1, and whatever tracks managed to survive were still raped by Tilke and Ecclestone:
1. Old Hockenheim forest replaced by generic Tilkedrome
2. Chicanes at Monza altered
3. Eau Rouge and bus stop altered at Spa
4. Swimming pool section at Monte Carlo changed
5. Horrid configuration of Catalunya

Please Dorna keep motoGP pure youve already destroyed Assen and taken Laguna from us


July 23, 2014 10:51 AM

Reading the title for a moment I thought he was going to be sacked like Loi....He's been an impressive rookie and is taking shape as the season goes on.

As for getting rid of Brno...I hope not. It's a superb circuit.


July 23, 2014 2:49 PM
Last Edited 564 days ago

@ V4Poweeeer:

Last year Fabio became the youngest ever spanish national champion at 14 taking away Aleix Esparagos' record, but it's his lap times that are the real eye opener. At the season final in Jerez last year his pole lap of 1.47.100 would have put him second on last years the world championship grid behind only Alex Rins.

During the first private pre-season test this year when Rins and Marquez tried out the new Honda for the first time, Fabio lapped faster than both of them on the same bike, despite the fact that both are 3 years older than him.......


July 23, 2014 1:04 PM
Last Edited 564 days ago

Karel has shown flashes of the speed that he undoubtedly has, while crashing a bit more than i thought he would. What has surprised me the most however is that Bastianini has been the better rookie of the two by quite a margin so far, eventhough last year Karel dominated him and everybody else in the Red Bull rookies cup. Different riders develop at different rates i guess. Karel and Enea will surely be strong contenders next year when they have a bit more experience, but everyone in Moto3 will need to up their game when Fabio Quartararo arrives, cause he is going to arrive and explode like a bomb.


July 23, 2014 2:02 PM

Bastianini is learning really fast karel is taking a bit more time but will surely fight for wins n future...these guys are nxt big rivals in moto3.....waiting to see what fabio can do .kid seems really really fast

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