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daniel kuchnia

July 05, 2012 6:01 PM

MotoGP » Rossi: We’ll see where we stand

@Rayrock yeah, you right, but... by CF you could change the stiffnes in a point where you want, exacly here and not a few cm left, right, to front or back, that a big advantage if they Ducati had produced so many CF frames for Casey as they did for Vale with AF, Ducati cuold been best maschine on the grid right now this is it ingeniuers have to only understand...

daniel kuchnia

July 05, 2012 12:40 PM

MotoGP » Rossi: We’ll see where we stand

@Bender 8 point behind JLo??? Are you watsching motogp since Yesterday. @Dumbfcks Yes, CF is much better material. Japanese see no reason yet to proff the way, but it comes sooner, not later. Than, you can polemise with me. I have to write the same one after one... For me and all racing fans (not nly VR fans) was the test Valencia 2010 conclusive: CS on new bike 1st over 0,4 advantage vs Pedrosa, Rossi on Caseys podium bike, hmm... 15? With over 1 sec gap to Hayden. If Rossi cames on 3rd, even seventh with, I don't know, 0,5 sec gap to Stoner, it would be OK...

daniel kuchnia

July 03, 2012 7:05 PM

MotoGP » Bautista: It won’t happen again, but penalty 'excessive'

Guys, guys If the Front gave a little more grip, it could go without any accidents. You all see only things after his fall. The speed wasnt spectacular... @Dario Bautista last year in Valencia? give me a break. It was Dovi mistake, not Alvaros. You watch motogp or only a ToiToi guy? Engine damage? Its not Alvaros thing. Its a 10 euro liitle sensor, the could assebly it to bike. Crap Yama mechanic or ing. decision. I had the same with my s1000rr and BMW had to replace my engine...

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