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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 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.

RSMick

December 07, 2014 9:15 AM

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


Tetley: But hey, I posted it mainly as a diversion from the tedious monotony of your endless washer-woman bickering with TF2, but it looks like you'll even argue against your own National series. Foiled again , Moriarty.
Hahaha as opposed to your bickering with Brain and 80% of the Crash posters, the great thing about the internet is choice, you don't have to read it, or perhaps you haven't worked that out yet like the resolution of your CRT, or that your paying for Eurosport.

RSMick

December 06, 2014 7:10 PM

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


Tetley: It is acknowledged world-wide by international riders, international team management and the international media that BSB has for decades been the world's best National Superbike series. Please, know what you're talking about before initiating fingers/keyboard interface.
Even when the hated Dorna or Octagen ran it? Its only been around a couple of decades, as it used to be just called the British Championship where the top class at one time was 500 then F1 and Superstock. I think the Italian and Japanese might argue with you as well, the Spanish as regards national championship will have a big thing to say about it because that has taken over from the European championship.

RSMick

December 05, 2014 5:47 PM
Last Edited 21 days ago

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


Blame Aprilia for Honda and Yamaha getting involved, but it was always done to show that Dorna/FIM could run the show without them therefore forcing the factories to act like they did in the old days, but they will never be equal, the factories will always back one team more than another. Dorna since employing Cecchinelli have called the MSMA's bluff and Ducati really rubbed their nose in it. But then you can't see that past the glow in your nose.

Talentfan21: And just who proposed and actually set those rules? the MSMA (led by H & Y)
Wrong again, they may have been proposed by the MSMA but they are set by the GPC, when will you learn? The final rules are released by the FIM, so maybe direct your criticism in the correct direction

RSMick

December 04, 2014 7:35 PM
Last Edited 22 days ago

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


The MSMA act in the best interests of themselves as you seem to be doing, so do Irta, the FIM and Dorna. Collectively they come up with what they believe is in the best interest of the sport, which may be unpopular with fans, like me awarding COW with the GP and then using Donington, for which we may not see a British GP this year. The MSMA do not make the rules any more.


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