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July 30, 2015 5:41 PM
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WSBK » Kawasaki closing on maiden WSBK constructors’ title


ProfessorX: maybe they are more interested in winning races? They should do something in "AMA" and give the Graves guys a run for their money. Might give Josh Hayes and honest run at the championship ... harr harr harr. Agreed. The AMA needs a damn good shake up as it's been boring as hell to watch since the late 90's with not only one manufacturer but one team dominating for years. Yoshi Suzuki won 10 out of 11 years and now Graves Yamaha look like making that 6 on the bounce. Zzzzz I can only hope the new regime bring in better rules and we can see some decent races.

Buelliful .

June 11, 2015 5:52 PM

MotoGP » Honda launches MotoGP road bike


SoSlo: apparently nobody on Crash knows what a homologation special is this bike is not meant for the general public to buy en masse... if it was Honda would make more than a couple hundred available
Homologated for what? WSBK? 200 wouldn't be enough bikes. From WorldSBK dot com - The minimum number of units to start the homologation procedure will be 125. - At the end of the first year of participation, manufacturers will have to reach 250 units. - At the end of the second year of participation, manufacturers will have to reach 1000 units.

Buelliful .

June 11, 2015 12:49 AM

RR » TT 2015: McGuinness claims 22nd victory in electric race


PorkPie: PS Joey's 26 were made up of an awful lot of two strokers with small grids and hardy anybody with the right parts to win. In the later years, apart from the amazing 2000 race, he was well beaten on the big bikes. John has already won more big bike races than Joey. So 26 vs 22 is a bit more complex than you think. I don't think any TT win is easy. But some are easier than others. Don't take this the wrong way, Joey is the best road racer I ever saw, but John comes close and you have to be careful when comparing total wins, it isn't all superbike race wins.
That's a very good point PorkPie, people seem to forget that with the benefit of a good few years things get rose-tinted with every win. Take nothing away from ANYONE winning a TT race. They are ALL hard fought, and if anyone thinks doing an ave speed of 119mph is easy on an electric bike when it would have won you a 250cc race years back then they are sadly deluded. Electric bike technology wi

Buelliful .

April 30, 2015 5:49 PM

WSBK » Team Hero EBR withdraws from WSBK


ianisme:
Greavesit: World superbikes is becoming a joke.
In what respect? An underfunded team had to pull out, but there are still plenty of well funded teams with very serious riders out there. The racing is still of the highest quality too, so I'm confused by your remark.
I have to agree, in what way is that a bad reflection on the series that a startup manufacturer went racing before their business was operating on a good basis? It's unfortunate for all those involved but it the series has lots of other strong manufacturers still racing.

Buelliful .

April 28, 2015 9:23 PM

MotoGP » Chassis upgrade for Scott Redding


I like Scott Redding and I really rate him as a rider but he is always going to be at a disadvantage to other, lighter riders like Marc Marquez. MM must be about 25kgs lighter than Scott and a good 6 inches shorter, meaning he can tuck in better and have less mass to decelerate and accelerate into and out of every corner. Let's hope this helps in some way to help him close the deficit a bit.


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