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FooAtari .

January 27, 2010 9:21 PM

MotoGP » FIM reveals 2010 MotoGP entry list

If there were only 4 riders on the grid I and a lot of other people would turn off MotoGP. It doesn't matter how good those guys are, it would be a complete joke of a championship. A big grid shows health and growth and provides more opportunities for riders, engineers etc etc to break into MotoGP. Some people here are pretty clueless, hell I bet more than half don't even have a bike license...

FooAtari .

January 27, 2010 9:19 PM

MotoGP » FIM reveals 2010 MotoGP entry list

@racingdsv "Dray makes a good point. Mid pack battles are fun to see but of no real interest or meaning and the smaller classes offer more of that. Rawdawg is wrong again because if you can't race at the front you should be shipped off to a class where you have a chance of becoming a hero." Seriously dude, what the hell kind of stupid logic is that. Todays mid-pack rider on a satellite team could be tomorrows champion on a factory machine. By your logic there should only be about 6 bikes on the grid, the rest need not apply as they are not good enough weather than be down to inexperience, slow bikes or whatever. The more bikes, the more opportunity for riders to break into MotoGP.

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