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RSMick

December 11, 2014 11:05 AM
Last Edited 235 days ago

MotoGP » Ducati GP15 set for Sepang II debut?


NineTimes: Who changed the open rules in the last minute? No one, a factory open was added when Ducati announced they were going open, gave their software to Marelli but the open teams objected as they could not afford the technicians to run it. Who brought in Moto3 & moto2 ? The FIM Who was behind the 800cc? The FIM requested by the MSMA Who is bullying Dorna over the standard ECU? no one Now a certain so-called "Fan" will now say that Honda is innocent.
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RSMick

December 08, 2014 7:48 PM

MotoGP » Victories for Biaggi, Iddon at SIC Supermoto


ProfessorX: thats pretty general speaking dude. obviously when Marquez had factory Monlau and Suter support in Moto2 and his bike could not be caught down the straight I might think he probably didn't earn as much as you might think. Interesting how Pol's bike got faster after he got run over by MM too.
Usual comments there no suprise, faster through and out the corner, the quicker to get up to speed on the straight. Only thing that was quick on Marquez's bike was Marquez. You will never see it, you don't like Motogp so like the others give it a rest.

RSMick

December 07, 2014 10:55 AM

MotoGP » Moto3: Aspar determined to take Mahindra to the top


The Mahindra bike is basically the mothballed Suter project (not the Suter Honda), Mahindra originally purchased Engines Engineering in Italy, which had produced a 125 badged and funded by Italjet, Lambretta, Malaguti and Loncin, they never quite got there though. Can't get better than Aspar to lead your challange, the Kalex KTM just couldn't compete hence being dropped. A major problem with Moto3 is the money KTM invested in it (god if that had have been Honda) when it was supposed to be low cost class, its slowly coming under control.

RSMick

December 07, 2014 10:10 PM
Last Edited 238 days ago

MotoGP » 2016 MotoGP ECU to be ‘equal, easy, safe’


Out of the list 2 came from Motogp, 1 WSS, 2 cames as youngsters and 3 I know litlle about before coming here, You didnt mention Crosby, Gardener, Crafer and Stoner, and what about Hopkins Bridewell may be a star, hardly rising at 26, does he have a ride yet? get the point? The rest of what you put again is very very humerous, keep it up! BSB doesn't interest me I would sooner watch a club meeting, so I don't go on the section here and slag it off.

RSMick

December 07, 2014 8:02 PM

MotoGP » 2016 MotoGP ECU to be ‘equal, easy, safe’


Tetley my little warrior, in my opinion it is the most "absurd comment", when you say it attracts international riders and the Australian with Japan being nearer, just seriously think about what you put. Whilst the championship has an international flavour most are failed international riders and as Brain said a retirement home for old riders, so like the premiership, how does this help British riders? You keep mentioning Bridewell, now look at the Italian and Japanese championships. Now with regards to Palmer (MSV) he is no different to Dorna he is about making money (one example placing Haga in a team that didn't really want him), do you think MSV would stay with Eurosport if BT offered him £8m a year? As for the racing you sound like MCN in the 90's again based upon opinion but in reality the top teams win.

RSMick

December 07, 2014 12:53 PM

MotoGP » 2016 MotoGP ECU to be ‘equal, easy, safe’


Tetley:
RSMick: the great thing about the internet is choice, you don't have to read it, t.
You have the same choice, too, bro. At least I can post with humour and not get my knickers in a twist. Calm down, dear.
Tetley your my hero, how do you deduce I'm having a stress attack?, have to agree with you though,what you post is humerous although not with humour.


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