MotoGP » Honda NSR500: 'The greatest grand prix machine'

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March 30, 2012 8:59 AM

@Grendlehop. You're right with the "He's the only one left on the grid whose ridden one in competition".

Does Honda let any of their top men have a go on the old weapons at private functions to let them taste the old school beasts?

Why do these Cheese puff promo vidoes from the USA ALWAYS have that old "friendly" generic voice over that reminds me of interesting but monotone educational videos from my old physics days?!?!

G.O.A.T - Unregistered

March 30, 2012 6:59 AM

@Grendelop....yepp..only 1 person on the grid who has not only rideen the NSR500 but has won the championship also, amazing to see his zest for racing, truly the G.O.A.T...face of Motogp..

Grendlehop - Unregistered

March 30, 2012 5:40 AM

Only one left on the grid that has ridden one. Shows how truly amazing he is not only riding all types of machines, but taking titles on all of them! Hope he gets the new bike sorted & posts regular top 5 finishes with a few podiums. This is realistic, as the other factories are just too far ahead developmentally to expect more.

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