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February 06, 2013 11:37 AM

MotoGP » Sepang MotoGP test times - Wednesday (Final)


2005 pre season testing Sepang Fastest Sete Gibernau 73 laps - 2m01.83 on race tyres Yes, 7 years ago. That was the old steel framed piece of junk. If I was Dovi I would be asking for Ducati to wheel all the old junk things that don't work first. What was Rossi's best race on the Ducati? About his 4th or so, France as I recall. That was before he made all his improvements that sent the Ducati off a cliff.

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November 16, 2012 1:31 AM

MotoGP » Positive conclusion as Crutchlow looks ahead to 2013


@ Alfalfa Because Crutchlow is fast and getting faster all the time. He has has proved that he deserves a shot at the title. Dovi had his day in the sun at Honda and trundled around to get some points. Crutchlow is faster than Dovi, end of story. He will learn how to improve his 'luck'. Dovi will not learn how to ride faster. It would be good to see Yamaha put Crutchlow on a factory spec bike like Honda have done for Bradl.

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August 24, 2012 11:32 AM

MotoGP » Andrea Dovizioso 'excited' by Ducati move


Who knows? Furusawa threw Filippo Preziosi a bone and apparently Preziosi lapped it up. It might be the direction change they are looking for. Audi have the resources to do rapid prototyping, so it could all come together. Though I think they need to do it the Japanese way and turn up with 3 or 4 configurations at the same time and let the rider's decide what works.

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August 21, 2012 12:04 PM

WSBK » Sykes: May the smartest team win…


@Nick Sounds good. I don't think any country should have more than one round. But as it stands that means two races would be lost. I think the Supers should go back to a more production based format so that the National Superbike classes can be closer related to the world series. We don't have Yamaha R7s, Honda RC45s, Ducati SP3s anymore and that is a great loss. Those homologation bikes are truly the classics of tomorrow and we have lost that.


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