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January 10, 2015 10:08 AM
Last Edited 235 days ago

MotoGP » Amazing Marquez ‘rides MotoGP like dirt track’

The trouble is PCXMAC is unless you read the different accounts or go to/watch the races and investigate, then filter, thinking for yourself is all its ever going to be. Do you want a race series where no one makes money?

MrStinky: Perhaps he's saying that the top teams can afford better electronics and electronic engineers
The emphasis is going to be on the analysts more than anyone else involved in the ECU, no further transducers, sensors or actuators can be used outside the set I/O. Parameter changes will all it will be, but which ones and how much is the key. Nothing new from the top level to club racing in all motor sport, and most other you have the have and have nots. Obviously the best riders will have!


January 08, 2015 8:58 PM
Last Edited 236 days ago

MotoGP » MotoGP getting faster…

Ahh, a new year and nothing changes, I am convinced that some on here restrict their bandwidth to arguing on here with what they think is right (without even reading the crash article) and looking at pictures of cats. Get out there and broaden your knowledge of this sport, Nine Times just broaden your knowledge, that last question pretty much sums you up.


December 23, 2014 7:36 PM

MotoGP » MotoGP Star of the Year vote: 2nd

You are right Yearby, the story at the time was that the great Antonio Cobas took the Honda slipper clutch and binned half of it. Also I saw Mats Larsson write of his year of fustration with Yamaha as Checa and Barros asked for the same changes to the suspension (mainly more rebound) and Yamaha refusing as it was not the way their bike was designed, but soon as Rossi arrived and asked for the same changes they allowed Ohlins to do it. And Talentfan, just making things up again to fit your agenda?

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