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Joeski

June 23, 2014 6:11 PM

MotoGP » Marquez: It can’t go on forever!


jorgebest: For sure he will win in assen also. but is he winning because of his talent? the answer is 'NO'. he is winning just because of REPSOL honda. Give his Repsol to any other rider in paddock even to alex espargaro he will definetely beat marquez easily. Admit it!
So why isn't Pedrosa winning since he hasa Repsol Honda??....why did Soner lose in 2012 since he had a Repsol???....Dovihad a Repsol and he barely won anything??!! So not sure where you are giong with that point... But you got everyone spun up though...lol

Joeski

June 20, 2014 12:02 PM

WSBK » Misano - Free practice results (1)


The win in Phillip Island aside....Laverty and Lowes are about in the same positions as Cluzel and Camier on the Suzuki..... Not talking crap about Laverty, just that on the same package there is not much between the 2 of them.... IMHO Camier would have put that Suzuki on the top step last year barring his injuries. To me the main difference was the electronics engineer they brought on board with Laverty from Aprilia which brought the bike a little step forward prompting the win in PI. Now that everyone else is in the swing of things, the Suzuki (although competitive) is slightly behind... But let us not forget though.. Camier also put that bike on the podium multiple times between end of 2012 and 2013.

Joeski

June 20, 2014 12:13 PM

WSBK » Misano - Free practice results (1)


Sorry all... I am still little bothered by Camier's dismissal from the team at a time when he was unable to find a new ride....which left him on the side lines. To me, Camier is a quality rider. PS. I am American so no National sentiment here... Just objective reasoning.... I am more of a Sykes/Melandri fan although I rate all these guys highly... I didn't like that Eugene was booted from Aprilia either but I guess this is the business now.

Joeski

May 24, 2014 12:59 PM

MotoGP » Biggest brakes allowed at all MotoGP circuits


I doubt Rossi will even use them at Mugello....only one hard braking zone with over 3/4 of the track flowing....so the plan is the same...certainly at some circuits I could see Rossi testing them out in FP1/FP2 but I do not see this as anything extraordinary...MM is lightweight but he is a hard braker as well so this could even benefit him more at certain circuits... In the interest of safety, I believe they should have done this a long time ago!!

Joeski

May 23, 2014 8:18 PM

MotoGP » Why Michelin decided on MotoGP return


it is a spec tire series for a reason....if michelin develop different tyres for different teams then what is to prevent the old mantra of "special" tyres for only certain teams.... The idea was to promote closer racing by standardizing the tyres.....which means developing tyres that are standard and available to all teams. So they will do exactly what 'Stones did beause that is the requirement not a choice. They may however opt to give more choices of tyres over a race wekend to ALL teams in the first year...at least initially until they have enough data from all teams, at all tracks to narrow their choices without needing to supply/bring excess....end of...

Joeski

May 24, 2014 12:32 PM

MotoGP » Biggest brakes allowed at all MotoGP circuits


Yearby23: Repsol Honda won't be happy about this. They only need 320mm seen as they have he lightest riders in the entire GP paddock. And they were only mandatory at Motegi (Honda's backyard) where Lorenzo won last year. Ouch. Hope this cuts the advantage down.
"...the use of 340 mm disc brakes will be optional for all circuits with the exception of Motegi where such use remains mandatory.” Repsol will not care because the 340mm is OPTIONAL so they can use it IF they need it they can....i.e. nothing changes except for teams who want to try the 340mm at certain circuits!!


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