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RSMick

July 30, 2014 9:40 PM
Last Edited 21 days ago

WSBK » Suzuki keen to retain Lowes, Laverty for 2015


Well my friend with not a single sports bike in the top 10 sales figures for the former WSB mad UK its not looking good. He obviously thinks its worth pursuing as most do, whats a world championship worth that no one knows about? There is that thing about Spanish passports again, how many Brits in WSB? How many Brits in GP? Dorna aren't strangling it, if it was left to FGS (who became IMS) it wouldn't be here now just like their Superstars series, you cannot survive on a few hundred people watching, sanction free races and ridiculously cheap exclusive TV deals on channels no one watches.

RSMick

July 31, 2014 8:27 AM

MotoGP » Red Bull increases Honda backing


johnny13: RS Mick did you actually read the articles you posted links too? 1. It was MCN FFS! Make it up as you go along then deny ever saying it. And yes other than Matty Birt and Chad they generally do. And HRC boss Shuhei Nakamoto told MCN: “It’s impossible to police this. How can you check how much they are spending in R and D? We fully agree with the philosophy but 15m Euro is too difficult for us. "I think more realistic is something closer to 20m. I think that is reasonable for a company to join MotoGP. I have heard some rumours that BMW is already spending 15m Euro in World Superbike. So your own article links suggest Honda are against ever not being able to monopolise budget yet you argue against it....hmmmm odd
You obviously didn't read the other one.

RSMick

July 30, 2014 9:13 PM
Last Edited 29 days ago

MotoGP » Red Bull increases Honda backing


TalentFan: Still misdirecting eh Mick? Kawasaki arent in MotoGP as a factory. So what they spend in WSBK has no relevance to what Honda spends in MotoGP now does it. Honda dominates MotoGP directly & indirectly through BUDGET. All your twisting and turning like an eel does not change that.
Your a laugh, go on the WSB part and go on about how Kwack dominate through budget and hold a huge advantage, and electronics are ruining the sport. Add Ducati WSB to that as well as they are using the full Motogp package from last year, not the controlled ECU. Kwacks last Motogp budget was reported €34m all of that and their resources went into WSB. You asked for evidence, please read it takes less than the time than it does to create your excuse not to, do you have any to the contary?

RSMick

July 30, 2014 6:04 PM
Last Edited 29 days ago

MotoGP » Red Bull increases Honda backing


They have had stickers on the garage wall for years as well as the riders helmets, Stoners helmet was blank for a few months. Peter Clifford once told me that Redbull were only interested in backing factory/satellite bikes and as stated Monster back both Yamaha teams the factory one being a secondary sponsor like Redbull. RB also back the KTM/husqvarna and always will (Austrian) plus a lot of young riders, not forgetting the rookies. Don't see the problem, King, DriveM7, Go&Fun, Monster all back Motogp private teams, expect EQ8 soon. Its their money spend it as they will.


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