MotoGP » Abraham confident of Brno future, 2015 Honda


"They are really working on it hard and I hope MotoGP will remain in the Czech Republic" - Karel Abraham.

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Einar

August 14, 2014 9:41 PM

For me curtain tracks are the backbone of the motogp championship.tracks like Brno, Phillip Island, Assen, Jerez, for exp

I don´t understand why organizers don´t get that. The true fans want to see racing on real racetracks. that have fast smooth turns.

Not tight turns and chicanes that are flat out dangerous for bike racing.

I understand they want to explore new markets, But it has to by about the racetracks. If the racing is boring the people won´t come and to see half empty grandstands is not looking nice.

Like last weekend in Indy. that place is to big and the track is boring overall.

I don´t think organizers like to see more empty seats then not on TV.



Zambooni

August 14, 2014 10:03 PM
Last Edited 125 days ago

Fully agree with the comments also that keeping the special brno track on series. It is one of the few that really stands out from quite many other tracks on the series.

I also look in forward next seasons, like Abraham, when Honda is bringing in more competitive open bike on the grid. I hope that starting from that time on we would have more than ten bikes on the grid (addition to factory yam and homda)that are able to achieve at least 5th places on a very good race day.

I must confess that I'm a jealous to abraham as I would have also enjoyed that if my father would have a track like Brno and bought a Motogp bike to race against stoner, vale, jorge and dani on my mid 20s' :D

rdc

August 15, 2014 12:19 AM

Einar: For me curtain tracks are the backbone of the motogp championship.tracks like Brno, Phillip Island, Assen, Jerez, for exp

I don´t understand why organizers don´t get that. The true fans want to see racing on real racetracks. that have fast smooth turns.

Not tight turns and chicanes that are flat out dangerous for bike racing.

I understand they want to explore new markets, But it has to by about the racetracks. If the racing is boring the people won´t come and to see half empty grandstands is not looking nice.

Like last weekend in Indy. that place is to big and the track is boring overall.

I don´t think organizers like to see more empty seats then not on TV.





I fully agree, and that is also why I was so gutted that Laguna Seca was removed from the calendar this year. They are all tracks that have a tonne of character.

It was also why the Argentine GP this year, was such a lovely surprise. They should have the team that designed that track

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