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rs125 R

September 18, 2009 12:25 PM
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MotoGP » Rossi: 800cc MotoGP's biggest mistake for 15 years.

I agree with him that switching from 990 to 800 was a mistake if the purpose is for safety. I think this is the main reason for the cutback. It was never about money. In fact 800cc is more expensive because they all have to develop new machine with new spec. They "Dorna and manufacturers" are right on one thing, The 800cc is slower on straight, but with electronics, they are much faster on the corners. I think that no one on the decision making group has ever thought that electronics would advance so much making 800cc engine goes faster on the corners. About smoking corners, entering/exiting corner sideways, I bet 800cc can do that as well, as long as you turn off TCS ... just watch NH.

rs125 R

July 21, 2009 6:14 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: I’ll see what I can do.

shhhh ... who cares if lorenzo beat Rossi or not, I want to make sure that both riders don't take each other out after such a fierce battle. It is amazing to see how close they are in and out of the corner ... Remember Dani Pedrosa and Nicky Hayden story in 2006. Fast forward to donington please ... @Inibex .... don't trust your newspaper nor magazine too much, the press always add more spice to what it really is so people like us would make it even spicier ... Have a nice day.

rs125 R

July 10, 2009 6:47 PM

MotoGP » Bridgestone responds to Laguna accidents.

Oh please, stop blaming the tire. Rossi once said that in MotoGP it is 80% rider 20% bike. and later when the electronic is heavily used, it is more like 60% bike, 40% rider. So, now the tire is to blame? come on .... this is where we can see the bike & tire contribute 50% to the race result and the rest is up to the rider that control it. They push the limit of the bike and the tire, and once they cross the limit ... wham! I for once do not wish any rider to get hurt, but it is silly to blame the tire if a few riders fell. Except, for Dani Pedrosa's tire a few rounds ago when it is clearly damaged, and he get the podium.

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