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Sasha Alexandrovich

December 19, 2013 10:39 PM

MotoGP » Honda vows MotoGP withdrawal over ECU plans

MotoGP does not sell bikes and sportbike sales are not the main market for Japanese mc manufacturers. Honda will leave, they did it before when lower class multicilinders and unlimited gearboxes were banned in the '60s. Sophisticated engine management, fuel consumption stuff, traction control, brake tech, frame tech, materials to make engines last longer, to make bearings better, to stop you crancase knocking itself out of its bearings after 30.000km.... It is all developed in MotoGP. The aim is not to build a replica motogp racer, but to make the average Honda bike used on the streets of Jakarta more efficient, longer lasting and less of a problem for the environment. And the same stuff was used to go from a 100hp CBR600 handling like ****e in the 90's to what you have on the road now,

Sasha Alexandrovich

October 20, 2013 7:04 PM

MotoGP » Latest Lorenzo, Marquez clash '50-50'

Where the line stops, the racing starts. It is those idiots at race control who forgot to make a good exit line like @F1. Marquez had every right to be where he was at the speed he was going at. In fact, he was the leader of the race until impact. It is up to the one overtaking to do it in a safe manner. That is what is in the rule books. This was not a situation of somebody going for his outlap during practice sessions. There was a race going on and the leader of the race was exiting the pitlane.

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