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April 16, 2015 6:44 PM

MotoGP » Ducati ‘didn’t run out of fuel’

As I said before, if they have some sense of sportsmanship they'd volunteer to reduce to 20 l is not a problem anyway they claim and it sort of "socks" to keep a blanket over this, making cause for speculation. until they do I'd say they use all the fuel and do not need to inform anyone about the real truth i.e. they can lie about it...


April 11, 2015 10:54 AM

MotoGP » Honda explains Stoner decision

TedG: I don't smell BS. That explanation seems very fair. They know good and well that CS is dead fast, but it wouldn't do him or Honda any good to take the risk of having him ride without a chance of being up near the front. Without at least one good practice day just to nail down a setup, seems logical.
This would have been a chance to just see the guy ride and have some fun. Who cares if he would not have been on the podium... I mean his teammates, whatever the reason, did not do well at all last time out...casey may have been in front of according to murphy's law there is no reason to not let him ride...he's not going to come back anyway. It see it as a punishment from Honda to not let him race. The BS is pure PR-politics.


April 11, 2015 6:56 PM

MotoGP » Honda explains Stoner decision

crashnetdummies: They didn't want Casey to hurt his legacy. It would've been tough for Stoner to be decently competitive after so many years without world class competition and a new crew chief.
Yes, Honda think Casey is a little boy that should be protected from his poor judgment. Honda just said: Casey will never race again in his life...on a Honda. As usual Honda is politics and cool calculation first. Just cool plain sportsmanship is not part of their legacy. As far as I am concerned he could just try and ride a ducati whenever one of the riders drop out...

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