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March 30, 2012 9:45 PM

MotoGP » Ezpeleta: 15 million euros for a MotoGP team

Dare I say... without getting shot down.... simpler bikes? Prototypes, yes but singles or twins, maximum say 500cc. Big superbikes are selling fewer and fewer globally and all volume manufacturers are looking at smaller simpler bikes. They could still develope new technology all day long, If the machines were the absolute ultimate whatever configuration why do they need to be 1000cc 4's? The 125 singles provided superb racing so there's an example. Just a thought...


March 29, 2012 1:30 PM

MotoGP » Paul Bird content with CRT development

MM One of the best talent pools in the World never mind UK is the UK Aprilia Superteen Series. Almost all of our recent MotoGP/BSB/WSBK/WSS riders (inc Aussie Stoner) have come through that series and what help does Ian Newton get from the ACU? I think nowt would be a fair estimate. If these kids had the right backing AND guidance we'd do much better. Incidentally Birdy really rates Scott Redding - has done for few years (ironically not an ex-Superteeny).

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