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March 20, 2014 7:56 PM
Last Edited 530 days ago

MotoGP » Qatar MotoGP - Free Practice (1) Results

3 tyres available this weekend Hard (red stripe) and Medium (no stripe) for the factory class, The Open class uses the same no stripe Medium as the factory teams and a Soft (white stripe). I never saw Aleix Esparagro with a white stripe tyre, can't recall seeing anyone on anything except the no stripe medium tyre. Look at the coverage and any photos on here and see if you can see any white stripe tyres.


March 08, 2014 10:03 PM
Last Edited 541 days ago

MotoGP » Bautista, Honda to the fore in Qatar

total number of 1m55s laps Smith - 14 Bautista - 6 Bradl - 4 Espargaro A - 4 Espargaro P - 2 I see one person disagrees with this. Why exactly, it's fact. Try looking at the analysis report on the motogp website and count up the times yourself, if you can count and indeed read of course and if it isn't already past your bedtime.


February 26, 2014 12:00 PM

MotoGP » Sepang II MotoGP test times - Wednesday (Final)

SmokinHaddock: Intriguing stuff! Rossi's consistency is very impressive. Pol has made a blistering start. Smith struggling, but could be testing something different to Pol. Aleix? Got to be a happy bunny because you need talent to go that fast, but how much benefit does that bike get from being able to turn up the wick and put softer rubber on? As someone else said, it will be the usual suspects come race day, but the mix in the following pack will be interesting.
Don't forget Pol has a factory contract and a factory spec bike, Smith doesn't. It's Lorenzo and Rossi who by those times (if they are all doing the same thing) that are struggling against the new boy on the same bike.

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