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March 03, 2015 10:59 AM

MotoGP » Rossi: New Ducati ‘fast’, tyre rule ‘unfair’


Oh I'm sorry what did I miss? Exactly how many races have been won on the soft tyre that the factory teams do not have access to? Let me guess ummm, none. Now, how many races have been won on the hard option that only factory riders have access to? I don't know exactly, but it is more than none. In other words the non factory riders are ruled out absolutely from any chance of winning at some tracks. They should all just wheel their bikes off the start line.

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February 25, 2015 10:12 AM

MotoGP » Rossi: Ducati can fight Honda and Yamaha


@grantrd What are you talking about? How many races, championships did Cagiva win? The soft tyre is just stupidity. Yes Suzuki, you are allowed to come back to MotoGP but you are not allowed to use the tyres that you will need to win at a lot of the tracks. Utter nonsense. I know here comes the same brainless response "Those are the rules". Yeah, thats what they said about 800cc, the weight limit increase, the fuel limit at 20 litres and so on ad nauseam. One stupid rule after another that comes and goes and those that know explain why the rule is stupid and those that don't say "those are the rules".

Painless

February 25, 2015 5:09 AM

MotoGP » Rossi: Ducati can fight Honda and Yamaha


"There is an easy answer for the tyre issue. If Ducati wants the harder tyres, go . . . . " This is the same reasoning as "The law is the law". In other words, it is meaningless and reflects a high and mighty attitude. Please enlighten us all as to what the reason is for on the one hand, giving the concessions that are needed to fix a broken bike, and on the other limiting that same bike to a tyre choice that can only work at a few tracks. Those two conditions are in direct contradiction to each other. The open class was what Dorna wanted all entrants to race under to eliminate the out of control electronic riding aids and their associated spiraling costs. Ducati did not have a choice. They needed to change their engine design and this is not allowed in the factory class. So Ducati went open class and yet again the rules were changed.

Painless

February 08, 2015 3:22 AM

MotoGP » Hayden: We're beginning to see some positives


In 2010 at Phillip Island, Nicky battled with Rossi for third place all the way to the line. He put in a lot of hard work at Ducati and was taken out of quite a lot of races through no fault of his own. Now he has to trundle around and can only hope for a best of the rest label. I agree with what everyone else said, better to go to WSBK and get some more titles than fade away like Colin did.


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