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Screaming Big Bang

February 06, 2013 2:28 PM

MotoGP » Pedrosa plays with weight, stays fastest


@amakusa I think the rules are trying to keep the multi-tiered championship that we already have from being even worse in 2014... Results from Race 2014 Races: 1-4: Honda & Yamaha Factory Machines 5-9: Honda & Yamaha Satellite Machines 10-18: Leased M1 engine Prototypes, all Ducati's, RC213V customer bikes, and if Suzuki finally show up. 19-25: ART's and then the rest of the CRTs. While I loved the long lost days of all true factory machines on the grid, my sincere hope is that the competitive gap between each of these tiers begins to shrink over time without losing performance. Then if WSBK gets beat down to the point where no development can be gained by factories then MotoGP will be the only place in the world to test motorcycle ideas in the real world. Then just get cost under control so that any factory can get into the game and work with a existing team to gain knowledge.

Screaming Big Bang

October 10, 2012 5:35 PM

MotoGP » POLL: What should Dorna's red line be?


It ALL depends on if the spec ECU/rev limit causes other manufacturers to enter... im okay with losing Honda if we keep Yamaha and Ducati then add Suzuki, BMW, Aprilia... WSBK currently is too advanced for a production based series... if you don't sell a bike with fly by wire u shouldn't be able to race with it in WSBK (Honda)... thats why Hondas argument about using motogp for development is weak.... Yamaha and Ducati are the ones that actually bring motogp technology to the street and they're the least against the spec ecu...


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