Crash.Net User: RSMick

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September 27, 2014 8:38 AM
Last Edited 3 days ago

MotoGP » Dovizioso plays down fastest lap

grantrd: Oh goodness here we go again........... Yaaaawn The hatred for Honda on this site knows no limits.....
Not this site, just certain people, the beauty is we have a choice whether to read those posts made by the people who spout never ending anti Motogp, anti Honda, anti Dorna bile and so called facts without being able to provide any proof. We know who they are so if we read their posts we can't complain, so we can just ignore when the name appears particular as it will be exactly the same as the 4000 previous ones. By the same token the ones who write how they want Motogp to be something 180deg in reverse of what it always has been, should just simply not watch (even though they say they don't or do for a laugh) and find a sport where you are penelized for winning, doesn't BTCC do that?


September 16, 2014 1:59 PM

MotoGP » MotoGP weight changes, software freeze

"I've read technical articles that have said just how hard it is to go seamless with ONE CLUTCH (NOT DUAL Mick) - very, VERY complex and difficult, and therefore expensive. Just for MotoGP." Again very difficult and complex, but where do you get your HRC development figures from, I showed you €20m including development a year. "You've lost me there. In what arena anywhere is a single-clutch seamless, 6-speed, 1-litre 4-cyl, 16krpm, engine that can produce about 260bhp and drive a bike at about 4kM per Litre (18mpg UK Imp Gall) fuel cons help me?" Engine size, output and speed have nothing to do with it, nor the fuel that matter. Come on Talentfan your not thick, are you?


September 16, 2014 10:12 PM
Last Edited 14 days ago

MotoGP » Eugene Laverty confirms MotoGP move

V4Poweeeer: May not have I can't imagine Abraham being in a poorly finded team though and Wilarot I just have no idea about truthfully. The title of the bike may have been the same but from team to team parts and staff can vary widely especially if there are any crashes occur that damage the bike. If his team was as well funded as the teams Camier raced for Laverty may not have even been riding new tyres come race day.
Laverty rode for LCR, Wilarot rode for Thai Honda, both with the same spec RS250. Laverty rode for BQR Blusens (now Avintia), both he and Abraham rode RSW250, no amount of money could buy you better if Aprilia didn't think you were worth it, Abrahams were mostly home grown ex Blata minimoto mechanics. Camier should never have took that ride with Metasystem, his father had to remortgage to get him it (which is normal nowdays) the team were known for it. Like Davies took the ride with Matteoni.


September 16, 2014 9:27 PM
Last Edited 14 days ago

MotoGP » Eugene Laverty confirms MotoGP move

TalentFan: Try questioning the status quo in MotoGP and he is right in there, always looking to discredit the poster or misdirect when all else fails.
Really? Are you sure? Are you really really sure? Did you read Johnny's post correctly?
gobsheen: RSmick- "Didn't beat Wilarot on the same bike. Didn't beat Abraham on the same bike."....Eugene was never even on the same team as either of these riders afaik-what are you talking about RSmick?
I'm sorry do I need to be a little more specific?

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