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October 18, 2013 12:27 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: It’s a pleasure

Why is it when engineering or as it is at the moment electronics computers etc hit an invisible brick wall and only the companies with truckloads of cash are able to creep forward. In the late 50s when all the works teams pulled out of racing MV won all the categories 125, 250, 350 and 500, big deal they were the only works team in the paddock. Then along came Honda and in their second year thrashed their sorry a$$ and they quickly withdrew from the lightweight classes, while staying in the 350 and 500 as they had no competition. So who fought it out in the lightweights well that would be Honda and Yamaha with a bit of extra competition from Suzuki and MZ and that fight went on to engineering heady heights until FIM pulled the pin, and all the fun went out of GP racing for many years, perhaps we are in for another cycle however I doubt it would be as bad as the last, personally I couldn't see it bring as bad as the last time, the lightweights never really recovered.


October 12, 2013 4:08 PM
Last Edited 532 days ago

MotoGP » Marquez: It would be interesting to ride with Stoner

@dacron As I stated in a previous post Casey will Never be forgiven for winning 23 races on a Ducati. Being an auld fella I tend to forget lap records and was quite surprised to see he still has the lap record at Sepang on the 800 Ducati no doubt it will be smashed barring rain this Sunday however he still has the fastest lap even if it was only a test just prior to the tyres being changed as you stated in one of your posts. I can't think of anyone more hated Hitler perhaps.

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