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January 16, 2015 10:45 AM

MotoGP » Aegerter to test Kawasaki MotoGP prototype?

@Nick ,yeah Kawasaki might not be that far away from a GP bike,they have a shed load of tech knowledge,from the wsbk efforts,and were able to doTimes on wsbk,that would have had them on front two rows on GP grid, so with a few mods and tweaks in design ,they might not be far away from a gp bike, I bet somewhere in the depths of the kwack factory there's a few boffins working on a gp bike of sorts. As for rea ,I'm sure he's made for this type of development,he done wonders dragging the blade up to speed,I'm sure he could help sort out, and move a New knack project forward,and he's fast as *** on a bike.


December 24, 2014 1:07 AM

MotoGP » Eugene Laverty: Opportunity knocks

Other manufacturers need to commit big to match the might of honda,when they want to win bad. Few seasons ago they had 35 different frames to test to make the GP bike,they wanted, Ducati for all their bold efforts can just about bring one and a couple of mods per year to the table, the series needs one set of strict rules,and if honda or any other factory want to Chuck their teddy outta the pram and not play , fine ! Somebody else will win it ,would rather see twenty competitive bikes, and no honda factory team, better rules needed,Dorna are a bunch of pimps,with their own Spanish backed agenda

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