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Ronald Revsak

December 13, 2008 12:20 PM

MotoGP » Specifications for 'Moto2' revealed.

Two strokes are dying, it's a shame but it's a fact we have to face up to. I'm going to keep the legacy alive with a 1998 Yamaha V4 engined chain saw!! With regards to buying engines from other teams for 20k. Really, how many of you guys actually think that it will be common practice to buy engines from each other!!?? The rule is there so that Honda & Co don't go spending millions on engine development for someone then to but it off them for 20k. If someone could buy your car off you for 5k would you put a 3k exhaust & a 3k suspension set up on it? I dont think so.

Ronald Revsak

November 07, 2008 6:09 PM

MotoGP » MotoGP electronics insight.

you can't blame anyone for the way that traction control has evolved. Racing is all about getting round the track as fast as possible, the technolgy is there, it's a prototype series & you'd be a fool not to take advantage of that if you can make it work. However I do think it's getting a bit out of hand now & needs regulating. Casey turns up on Friday & his bike already knows what it's doing at every part of the track! That needs to stop.

Ronald Revsak

November 05, 2008 4:01 PM

MotoGP » MotoGP 2008 - who gets your vote?

My vote goes to Jorge Lorenzo. He's had a tough season with some realy bad crashes, many men wouldn't have come back from 2 broken ankles & has shown good form on the quite frankly below par Michelin's. Casey has moaned too much, Rossi has done what we have all come to expect from him, Pedrobot could have got my vote but Puig has *****d that up for him by being a total ass! Lorenzo gets my quid for next year.

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