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lean two

October 10, 2012 5:49 PM

MotoGP » POLL: What should Dorna's red line be?


as the saying goes...... " don't fix it if it ain't broken" Well they sure as fk are trying to break it... more rules, more rules, more rules... Ya we get it... not enough bikes on the grid not enough manufactures capable financially to be there... so CRT lol... and as I read they want to make WSBK slower to keep motogp the top premier class fkn stupid!!! Dorna keeps putting limits on development, and this is just another way to dumb it down so others can compete... "Keep the manufacturers in MotoGP at all costs, even if it means abandoning the control ECU and rev limit." yes' lets get back to racing, and leave well enough alone...

lean two

October 02, 2012 6:55 PM

MotoGP » MotoGP and World Superbikes brought together


So how is this good for Motorcycling???? They say that they are now going too limit technology to WSBK so that (the dieing) Motogp can stay the primer class, all the while limiting Motogp with all their new restriction so that the CRT's can be more competive lol... what ever happened to true prototype racing... they are killing this sport!!!! pretty soon it will be just like nascar lol - good for them, but not for Motorcycling, or Motorcycle development...


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