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July 28, 2014 12:47 PM
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MotoGP » Avintia responds to Ducati rumours

V4, I think its more they have never been any good at it. Its not really to do with KHI, they are just the holdings company, decisions will be made at Motorcycle division, they will decide which brings more sales and developement. Winning WSB where TV and attendances are terrible, and the WC (and the rest of the riders) has the pull of a bollard. Or Motogp where they will be at the back but more exposure? Kawasaki need Dorna more than the other way round.


July 28, 2014 7:47 PM
Last Edited 25 days ago

WSBK » Sykes: We have improved the Kawasaki again

Nick, 2010 he didn't really have a team mate and 11 he got beat by a rookie. A well known Aussie GP world champ said the 2009 ZX10 was the best bike out there if they sorted the electronics out, whilst he said the Yam was crap, and it showed Spies talent. Never rated him as a great, even in his BSB days, and he really needs a personality upgrade.


July 27, 2014 12:34 PM

MotoGP » Avintia responds to Ducati rumours

ZXR-RR bodywork, chassis being built out of the same factory as the WSB bike (no their not stock), engines by Akira and the presence of Akikoto Ishida as a technical director guess who his employer is? Kawasaki's back door effort has been poor but interesting but it should disappear. As for Suzuki, I do not think they have ever been bothered about winning GP, for them its just about the publicity it brings.


June 11, 2014 7:16 PM

MotoGP » Karel Abraham - Q&A

Karel is a credit and example to Motogp, he just gets on with the job, he was a great 250 rider but again never had the spec of Apriia he needed. The same people who slag him then praise riders like Haslam who has had more than his fair share of leg ups and done nothing, he even had a series set up just to get him in nationals. Great interview.

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