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ZeR0 Kun

September 25, 2012 5:11 PM

MotoGP » Moto3: Champion elect Cortese clinches Moto2 deal

@ Dylan the engine is randomly distributed, yes that reduces or eliminate possibilities of any special engine for any particular rider. but the air intake flow in and/or exhaust system are not a part of the overall engine package. this is where perhaps the extra power can be squeezed out in albeit in a very small amount. as for Cortese, congrats to him. given that he maintained his consistency, he would easily be among the frontrunner in Moto2.

ZeR0 Kun

August 28, 2012 5:13 PM

F1 » F1 wannabe set to spark new 'green' series

@ Guitarman perhaps you never heard about Tazio Nuvolari, who is considered by many as among the greatest driver of all time. in Milan GP, he use only one hand to steer and the another holding a bloodstained handkerchief - in fact many attributed his later death was from the result of of inhaling the burned fuel during those days of open face helmets. only later on the fuel technology becomes better and cleaner, so the case of cancers as the result of burning fuel drops. i have no objections to the idea of Formula E. just bring it!

ZeR0 Kun

June 29, 2012 8:58 PM
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MotoGP » Minor MotoGP rule changes announced at Assen

with all due respect Bringbackthe990s, it is not Dorna who kills motogp. instead it is the manufacturers. Dorna cannot simply tweak the rules without taking the view of them. can you imagine motogp without Honda, Yamaha, Ducati? carbon brakes to stay? by all means, carbon brakes must go. it did not promote closer racing by extending the sprinting distance and shortening the braking range. and it did not benefit production models either. face facts - carbon brakes have been around for 20 years and still no mass production bike use it. no standard ecu? no problem. in fact it makes motogp more relevant to the manufacturers. sophisticated motogp electronics have found its way to production bikes, unlike carbon brakes. honda propose a cut-price rc213v? instead, why not propose all manufacturers to supply their engines to independent teams/constructor? such arrangement have worked well in F1, so why not motogp factories follow suit? by doing this, crt will no longer be relevant.

ZeR0 Kun

June 21, 2012 3:04 PM

MotoGP » Spies, Edwards take sideswipe at Rookie Rule change

I agree with King Kenny in the sense that factories also should shoulder the blame for ruining MotoGP as well, not just Dorna. Remember in the early 90s where there are specialist chassis constructors compete against the factories using the same engine as them? Apparently Dorna wants to go to that path again, mimicking F1 in many ways. Remember Moriwaki MD211V and KR211/212V? This is the way to go but apparently factories does not like the prospect of being beaten by small constructors using the same engine as their factory team. They can take accept such prospect in the smaller class (Moto3), but not in MotoGP where prestige is everything. How do Honda feel if say, FTR or Suter, can build a sweeter, more precise chassis for their RC213V engine compared to their own chassis? CRT, someway or another, is created to pressure them so that they will follow that path albeit reluctantly. MotoGP should remain all-prototype racing, but I want the factories to be considerate enough to open up

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