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B. Andy

October 01, 2013 6:42 PM

MotoGP » Aragon, Marquez, Redding


@all: regarding MM, this is a proper review of the situation: Check on motomatters com the Pedrosa vs Marquez - Who Is To Blame article. Especially this part: "Should contact be allowed at all? The previous Race Director Paul Butler certainly believed so, as long as such contact was an unintentional consequence of a racing move. There is something to be said for that argument: If contact were to be punishable by exclusion, then the Moto2 and Moto3 grids would be permanently down to ten riders or less. The thrilling battle between Scott Redding and Pol Espargaro at Aragon would have seen both riders excluded, both men having pushed each other to the very limit, yet neither complained." What happened on Sunday was a pure racing incident. Marc stood up to avoid collision, he ran out actually. Dani's crash was very unfortunate, I think bad sensor design is more to blame than MM. Bradley has the freedom to express his opinion, I do not deny it. The same right I have.

B. Andy

October 01, 2013 4:14 PM

MotoGP » Aragon, Marquez, Redding


"All of Marc's race mistakes are always racing incidents and he does well to keep himself out of harm's way, but all of them put together deserve some sort of penalty. " Pathetic. By the Bradley rules? Not sure there is a rule that points this out and we cannot speak about "cumulative" mistakes. Boy o boy, MM will only get better. It's more easy to make a fast rider safe than a slow rider to make fast. Bradley will never be in the upper Liga. Next year I expect Espargaro to beat him on the same machine. In 2015 bye bye Tech3.

B. Andy

September 30, 2013 10:22 PM
Last Edited 301 days ago

MotoGP » Marquez, Pedrosa summoned by Race Direction


Dani should be pissed on Honda for a "very good sensor design, connection and software". What was last time? Throttle got stucked at maximum? A TC that disables completetly due to failuire of a sensor? At least keep it running at the last known speed or something similar. I know how important is the speed sensor for a TC but it's like shutting down the car breaks cause an ABS sensor stopped working. I agree with the comment that FIM should look into this regarding the design of that cable.


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