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March 06, 2014 11:52 PM
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MotoGP » MotoGP to create Factory 2 class?

TalentFan: Just to concern us all the more about the heath of international motorcycle circuit racing.... The Cycle World article points at that Dorna fired Technical Inspector Steve Whitelock from WSBK, despite a great track record. SW was the architect that fostered great racing with multiple marques enjoying success. Now he's gone... How long now till Honda dominate WSBK do you think? Thank God for BSB, and pray Dorna NEVER get their hands on it.
Well, only if they get a Spanish rider on the team. Last one being Checa, and how long ago was that?
pogo: True 2007 was a death nell, the bike with the most power and the best electronics let the championship go to a famous crasher, didnt happen again till 2011
That's a nice fantasty, troll.


August 07, 2013 6:31 PM

MotoGP » Suzuki tries chassis changes in latest MotoGP test

TalentFan, It might be a waste of time, but probably not. They might be able to at least extrapolate some data using their in-house MItsubishi electronics for use with the spec ECU next year. I'm willing to bet that the MM spec ECU is lightyears ahead of their MItsu system. I remember it always being the problem back in the day. If everyone has to use the spec ECU, then it just levels the playing field. Of course, it depends on which factory has the best data engineers to squeeze every bit out of the programming. My biggest worry is that they are coming in 2015, which gives everyone else 1 year to perfect the system in race conditions before Suzuki even gets a try.

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