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RSMick

February 12, 2014 12:18 PM
Last Edited 60 days ago

MotoGP » Honda would 'stop' if software is controlled


Erm those stating that BMW had no Motogp to develope their bike, what about the 800 and 1000 they produced with Oral? This was devloped with things like hydraulic gear change whuch Motogp then banned, the bike wasn't quick enough and its developement budget found its way into WSB, which they then moaned retooling to keep the bike homologated was too expensive. Those who constantly complain about Honda and rider aids should be happy to let Honda go. Honda threatened to leave if Motogp went spec hardware and go to WSB, they didn't bank on the Flamini brothers being ejected.

RSMick

February 13, 2014 6:55 PM

MotoGP » Honda would 'stop' if software is controlled


Sharamone, stay off the illuminous smarties. Truefan, Eddie eventually won the title with consistancy that it modern times people would have said he didn't desrve it, like they did with Hayden, tosh. But he had some luck firstly at the ridiculous running of Laguna where Gardner went under the bales and then the ending of a very promising riders career courtesy of Magee doing burnouts. Then one lapse of another riders normal impeccable concentration at Anderstorp which handed Lawson the win and in the end the title. Have you been watching the Offseason show or something?

RSMick

February 12, 2014 8:09 AM

MotoGP » Moto2: Simeon set to miss Valencia test


Xavier used to put some stunning rides in on the G22 Moriwaki in 2010 when standing in for Fonsi Nieto and some wildcards, they signed him for 7 years (like a lot of rider contracts doesn't mean anything and is often a managerial contract not guaranteeing a ride). Alas the team was ran by Pablo and Gelete Nieto, we have seen how many teams they have run and it amounted to nothing, RTL stepped in to save him and rode for Tech3 for 2 years. Last year showed what he can do, and I hope he keeps moving forward. He has a big gash on his chin, copy and paste with google translate never works.

RSMick

February 11, 2014 10:19 AM
Last Edited 63 days ago

MotoGP » Yamaha: 'No meetings with Telefonica'


Ducati still have Malboro, more money than Repsol. Yamaha never had Telefonica/movistar, Gresini, Puig and Suzuki did, Yamaha had Altadis followed by JTI after Malboro went to Ducati. Nothing wrong with the developement ban, its their choice, use the spec software and develope away to your hearts content (exept the bore and stroke). Another story over a week old.

RSMick

February 10, 2014 7:56 AM

MotoGP » Honda responds to Production Racer criticism


realfan?? The TT is a race, simple. Back to the topic, there has never been in the last 30 years been a privateer bike able to mix it with the front runners, the odd rider has been able to show there how good they can be. IF it wasn't for Espargaro people would be saying the Yamaha is a joke because the 2nd one is behind Hayden, stick Espargaro on that Honda and see what happens, the Honda after all is a CRT bike in essence, the Yamaha is not. ANYBODY including Aprilia could buy a Honda and look inside, not the case with the Yamaha.

RSMick

February 10, 2014 8:33 AM
Last Edited 65 days ago

MotoGP » Redding ‘learning how to slide a MotoGP bike’


Ah the weight disavantage and poor Rossi. Redding, Hernandez and Cammier are all taller and heavier than Rossi and I'm sure Petrucci is as well. Rossi's problem is not that the guys in front are smaller, its they are uber talanted, not a lot of Rossi's rivals in the past have that distinction. Pictures of Redding show he tucks in nicely behind the fairing, he just needs time to adjust and take his time. Marquez is and is not the benchmark, a hugely talented rider with the might of HRC in his corner, when Scotts on a factory bike that is when to aim for Marquez, for now look at him and think thats the level I need to be at in the future.

RSMick

February 09, 2014 2:07 PM
Last Edited 66 days ago

MotoGP » Honda responds to Production Racer criticism


It still tended to be 2-3 gap the 2-3 more except at Phillip Island and that was dropped for a time, Magee and Sarron would usually be around the 2nd group with Makenzie. 1990 was shaping up nicely until Doohan KO'd Lawson at Suzuka, Doohan had come of age and you had 2 Yams, 2 Honda,s and a Suzuki gunning for it. Magee was injured in the 2nd race at Laguna. That era and especially 1991 they were just no bikes on the grid (13 at Austria) and the years before that no chance of getting a decent privateer bike, it was far more barren than any era since Dorna took over. 1980 takes you back to the last privateer win by Jack Middleburg with a cobbled Bakker with a Yam engine in a designed for Suzuki frame, and I am sure that was at a wet assen.


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