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RSMick

April 08, 2014 9:47 AM

MotoGP » ‘The lap time difference was 0.3 second’


razghost: I call bs, there is no way pneumatic valves and the seamless gearbox only took off 0.3 seconds.
It makes sense, their test riders cannot extract the full capability from these bikes, it needs a top class rider, no matter what anyone says these bikes do not do it for you and the test riders are a good example. Pnuematic valves and seamless gearbox are wasted on test riders, so I can see them almost matching the pace. Something the top riders have always said, the test riders just do not push these bikes to the limits.

RSMick

April 08, 2014 12:32 PM
Last Edited 93 days ago

MotoGP » ‘The lap time difference was 0.3 second’


Nakamoto said that Honda would produce a privateer bike and do it properley (referring sarcastically to the ART) they did just that, their bike was 1.3 seconds faster in its first race than the ART in its 19th, and 1.9 seconds than current. This afterall is a privateer bike, Redding lapped 0.84 seconds slower than the fastest lap at Losail, that was Reddings and the bikes first race. That is as close if not closer than any privateer bike has got before, certainly not in its first race, can any of you remember the NSRV's, the ROC's/Harris's, RG's, TZ's and RS's? I bet Kawasaki, BMW and Suzuki wish they could build a factory bike as quick as Honda's privateer.

RSMick

April 06, 2014 8:18 PM
Last Edited 94 days ago

MotoGP » Petrucci: The ART is a fantastic bike!


What were the hiccups? You still haven,t explained why it was obvious that there were going to be short lived. I know your happy because they dumped your beloved WSB in favour of GP, (just like Unibat). But many marketing strategies are short term, Ioda are surviving that's the main thing. V4Poweeer, Yamaha had offers of sponrship but they wouldn't undersell it and full marks to them, private teams suffered a long time following the Suzuki/Rizzla selloff.

RSMick

April 03, 2014 7:22 AM

WSBK » EBR set for pre-Aragon WSBK test


shamarone: you guys will have to excuse rsmick, he's still sore over schwantz being vindicated. as you see, he's distraught and unable to contain his grief.
Haha, Shamorone no one else would understand what I'm on about, do you have that proof yet? You always make me laugh with your hypocrisy, according to yourself a (wobbly) CRT at 4 seconds back was a danger to the fast guys, yet this even wobblier EBR 5 seconds back is a great achievement. What is that cornflake box tank under the seat? looks stunning. Will the USA ever create a car or bike that the rest of world will drool over?

RSMick

April 04, 2014 6:43 PM
Last Edited 98 days ago

MotoGP » Petrucci: The ART is a fantastic bike!


Shamorone: yup, Repsol oil cash is the only "durable" sponsorship. the others...? TRANSIENT.
Really, that's your great economistic theory? The fact they Came are still involved by backing Forward makes that one a bit thin, S1's heads a bit dizzie again. What about Elf, Castrol, Givi, Redbull, Phillip Morris, Motul, Shell, Pramac, Blusens, Pacha to name a few?


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