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November 08, 2011 3:42 AM

MotoGP » Ben Spies denied Valencia victory by 0.015sec

Have we already forgotten how poor the RCV was in the early 800 era from 2007 to 2009? It got better with pneumatics, chassis evolutions, and a switch to ohlins from showa. It's been said a million times: Whatever slight motor advantage the Honda has over the Yamaha is balanced by the M1's superior handling. It just comes down to Stoner and his magnificent team being a cut above the rest when setting up a machine. It's all on paper!


October 18, 2011 10:12 PM

MotoGP » PICS: Valentino Rossi crashes out in Australia

Remember when Vale finished 3rd in 2010 in front of Casey (4th), even though he was out a few races due to injury? Rossi fans used that as leverage to try and diminish CS27 and his accomplishments that season. So now in 2011, Pedrosa sits out a few races and finishes WAY ahead of Vale (3rd versus 6th or 7th). Might have to use that comparison to point out how terrible Rossi is overall in 2011.


October 18, 2011 3:07 AM

MotoGP » PICS: Valentino Rossi crashes out in Australia

Ducati should have just went back to the early season GP11 with Stoner's settings from 2010 and worked from there at PI. Everything else is a shot in the dark it seems. Rossi needs to stop riding it like the M1, too. All of his crashes have been on hot corner entry trail braking way, way deep. Ya, the M1 can handle that Ben does it all the time (albeit goes wide sometimes). Figure it out, duderino. Everybody else is known to do their jobs properly (mechanics, JB, etc). Rossi is that "one piece" in the Ducati MotoGP machine that refuses to do its job properly, hence the obvious dysfunction within the entire project. Either the part needs to be fixed or replaced....

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