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January 23, 2016 11:24 AM

WSBK » Althea BMW unwraps 2016 WSBK challenger

SoSlo:lol the body for the S1000RR is unchanged from it's introduction which means the bike you are calling "very ugly" literally looks the same as the bike you said looks "more sporty"
Actually, the body work has changed, quite a bit in fact in certain areas. Admittedly not a great deal when looked at overall, but the commenter you replied to was correct.


January 25, 2016 7:10 AM
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WSBK » Althea BMW unwraps 2016 WSBK challenger

SoSlo: Actually, the body work has not changed. It's easy to make assertions without supporting them. Why don't you list all the areas the body work has changed? I'll do the opposite and list the ways it hasn't: 1. tank same lines and detail, 2. front fairing/windscreen same lines, 3. same "fins" on right fairing, 4, subframe same lines, 5. exhaust same location and routing
Well, you are wrong. The tank lines have changed, the front fairing has changed as has the screen, the 'fins' are a different shape and have been crafted in a different direction, the subframe is larger and more supportive and the exhaust is now a little higher. Additionally, the seat unit has changed, as has the lower section of the frame, the belly pan and the headlights. I'm sure even you have the capacity to Google '2009 BMW S1000RR' and '2015 BMW S1000RR' so you can do a visual, side-by-side comparison and see how wrong you are.


January 25, 2016 6:43 AM

WRC » Suspended rally ban for Latvala after spectator strike

Benji: What's the point of stopping ? Or is it a case of there should be a moral obligation to stop rubbish ? Are they first aiders ? ....No ! Could they have done anything ? ....No ! More to the point why were spectators allowed to be on the outside of the corner ? Asking for trouble if you ask me.
Speaking fairly, there was the potential that the spectator could have been injured, by stopping the crew would be able to call the emergency services or contacted the team to alert paramedics. I agree the person shouldn't have been stood there, but rallying has always been the same.

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