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RSMick

December 21, 2014 8:02 AM

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Ahh you mean 'speck sized' Except Gilera are part of the Piaggio Group, which aren't 'speck sized' You also fail to mention that the bike was actually an RSA Aprilia (thats the 3rd time I've mentioned them in 2 weeks) and its was Aprilia (4th) who decided who they would like to win the championship because it was as you put it 'one sided' in the favour of Aprilia (5th). You ask for proof all the time, yet never provide anything to collaborate your speculations, so will ask again where is your proof that Honda had any changes made to rules by themselves? The world changes and the world forgets, in 2000 internet forums which were much sp**** than these days had people saying 2t are of no relevance, 2008, people were saying 250's were pointless.

RSMick

December 20, 2014 2:38 PM
Last Edited 42 days ago

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So whats the point NineTimes? Honda provided the Scott team with 2 Honda's from old NSR parts, it wasn't a factory effort, Honda were not and are not interested in the intermediate class. They provide engines under contract, others were invited to tender but they didn't, probably not capable. The teams have just voted to stay with the format for the next 3 years,not Honda. There is no Honda in the series although the Okada team has connections it does not use a Honda chassis and was excluded from Qatar for having an illegal air filter. You and others who have a chip on their shoulder with Honda should spend more time using the internet what it was invented for, instead of inventing conspiracies, arguing about them and looking at pictures of cats. PS what is a spec-size Gilera?

RSMick

December 20, 2014 9:11 AM

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NineTimes: @ RSMick Old stock of NSR parts. lol....lol.... I guess you thought you are writing something very clever and poisonous. But guess what? Yeah with luck otherwise Sic would of wrapped the titlein Malaysia had he not retired 3 times. Also, the mouse(Gilera won more races than the mighty "The old stock of NSR". Pretty embarrassing huh?? The mighty Honda winning fewer than the spec-size Gilera.
If Wayne Rainey hadn't have fell at Anderstorp Lawson wouldn't have won the championship in 89! I have to agree your post is pretty embarrassing, what is a spec-size Gilera? He rode an RSA

RSMick

December 19, 2014 1:57 PM
Last Edited 43 days ago

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No Suzuki Motor Group own the lions share of Suzuki, VW own 19.9% but they have been in bitter rows since the purchase in 2009 not sure if that has ended. Toyota own 33.3% of Yamaha. Ducati are playing 1 year catchup, they have been there since 2003. BMW should have entered earlier then, they commissioned Oral to build an 800 and 990 which McWilliams used to test and became the FB for a few weeks (I suppose you will blame Honda for the FIM banning hydraulic gear change). Kawasaki tried since late 2002 but weren't good enough, nothing to do with money, but they never have been Its not Honda and Yamaha's fault others missed the boat, or not good enough to compete, Ducati with its small resource but Phllip Morris money managed fine until they lost Stoner. The other bit yes bang to rights you got me, or is it scotoma again? Are you going to give us all a good cringe again?

RSMick

December 19, 2014 5:21 PM
Last Edited 43 days ago

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TF2: Nope. I would rein in the Mfrs who spent a mint to make sure they got the very best return on their dollar, by getting their brand on the successful bikes which got 99% of the airtime, and all of it positive marketing. Please stop with the ludicrous notion that ANY Mfr is in MotoGP because they love sport and are doing it because they are cuddly & nice & just love to win while giving you something fun to watch. Honda would not part with a single Pound/Euro/Dollar/Yen whatever if the return on the spend wasn't making their Accountants very, VERY happy.
Do you really think that anybody thinks that the manufacturers are in it for the love of the sport?

RSMick

December 19, 2014 11:32 AM
Last Edited 43 days ago

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TF2: Currently Honda (& to a slightly lesser extent Yamaha) are winning far more because they've got the rules playing far more to their strengths (Wealth & Resources) than they are due to anything else. Neither Co dominates in any other sphere of Racing - that says more than I can about the truth in MotoGP. As for what you do... well you DID post that you were involved, & your post content & agenda support that too. Are yo
So why don't KHI and BMW invest and crush Honda and Yamaha? Are telling me VAG don't have more resources than Honda or Yamaha? Dig away my friend, its all there. Whilst your at it dig out the posts which indicate that I am directly involved, do you really think I would post here if I was?


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