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August 28, 2014 2:59 PM

MotoGP » Marquez: Honda ‘good step’ for Crutchlow

From MM's comments it sounds like the open" almost" RCV213 is still going to be more than the infamous 0.3s. a lap slower...the lawnmower Redding is riding now is almost 3s. slower...than MM. regarding the Bradl RCV 213. ..The thing requires a big part of the HRC Japan engineers and their tools to set it up. I do not believe that the same number of engineers support LCR. And the "normally" says it all...MM is just assuming that but he does not know, a useless comment as you cannot believe HRC and LCR does not know what the MM RCV consists of. just delete it.


August 18, 2014 7:37 PM

MotoGP » Rossi: Marc’s wins the rider, mine the Honda...

it's rather irrelevant all this until MM moves away from Honda and gets on a Yamaha and Rossi or Lorenzo on the Honda. Also greatness is not only the Championships won, but also the adventures that were undertaken. Sitting at Mama Honda's breast forever isn't that impressing to me. Rossi was the first to leave under conflicting circumstances and won the bet. To be the first to move like that was really difficult.


August 18, 2014 7:29 PM

MotoGP » Marquez ‘erases doubts’, on top with 2015 Honda

The 2015 bike seems to make at least -0.4s? How weird. Probably it is only confidence and believing the .15 bike must be faster than the .14 bike ...Scott Redding was almost 3 s. slower...maybe that was the problem at the introduction of the open Honda... its not 0.3 s but 3 s. slower. They got a decimal wrong on the Honda lawnmower they sold the world...:-)


August 18, 2014 8:23 PM
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MotoGP » Rossi: Marc’s wins the rider, mine the Honda...

You can't compare any generation. The Honda RCV now is an automated ride where a clutch is not used anymore and the tire life depends on a model with traction control and every section of the circuit is controlled by calibrated limits. The bridgestone tires are also quite incredible. 15 years ago the Honda was a more difficult bike and be competitive, like it was to ride a 500 2. stroke before that. Imagine running an 1960's MV agusta or a Ducati at its maximum with the tires and brakes from can't compare the generation as the conditions and problems were completely different. Running in a hay bale then sliding on the unprotected leathers compared to the airbag suits and clinical run off areas often with tarmac today are the other difference. Then circuits were often just public roads with the dirt of the cars and lorries that drove just before the weekend. Seriously you cannot compare any decade, they all are particular


August 16, 2014 9:28 PM

MotoGP » Marquez denies Ducati tow a tactic

Brain: Is it just me, but does Rossi seem exceptionally whiny this weekend.
MM: ""Of course if Dani, Valentino or Jorge were behind me I would close [the throttle]. But if it is another rider for me it doesn't matter.” So basically MM says no and at the same time confirms he Anyway. a job well done. Looks like there are no more Yamaha tracks. The Test time payed off... Hope Pedrose doesn't screw up his tire choice.

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