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March 19, 2015 10:25 AM
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MotoGP » ‘The GP15 is a real Ducati’


So let me see if I understand the genius of HRC. Ducati solved the understeer problem by altering their existing 90 degree desmo V4. The same basic racing motorcycle that they introduced in 2003. From 2002 to 2006 Honda's MotoGP bike, the RC211V, was a FIVE cylinder machine. So Ducati had been racing a V4 for four years before Honda released their V4. Perhaps Mr HRC thinks that an aluminium beam frame was invented by Honda. Or maybe he thinks that the solution that was found was made possible by Ducati copying Honda's . . . ? I guess we will never know because he certainly doesn't,

Painless

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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