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TalentFan

October 12, 2014 2:07 PM

MotoGP » Too little, too late from Pedrosa at Motegi


Ah yes. Judge the riders and make wholly unsupportable claims for riders who may as well be riding in a different series, or indeed are. I think it probable that all the data solutions effort was diverted into MMs settings this week, at the expense of Dani. Honda really wanted MM tk be awarded the WC in their own Country & on their own track. The electronics and the effectiveness of the data strategies is vital now, meaning the guy with a better data setup for his bike will be faster... if youre a cynic like me it also means a Factory can dictate the level of all the bikes with their engine & systems. Rider ability is not the final percent that determines outright performance any more... that comes out of a laptop. The riders contest is pointless, and so is fans trying to measure how good Pedro or any other rider is v any other. Trouble is, fans just do not grasp and accept this.. even when it is pointed out to them. LOOK at which bikes ALWAYS dominate. Fans need to stop being so

TalentFan

October 12, 2014 1:46 PM

MotoGP » Marquez success fuels hunger for 'more titles'


Sorry, but a pretty static, predictable yawn-fest. Same top 4 as always, with 11s between the last Factory H & Y rider (DP) & Dovis Ducati. Really, there wasnt anything to watch. The only interest was simply as the finishing order determined whether MM would be awarded the WC at this round. Which wasnt exactly a surprise, more of an expectation. Anyone watching MotoGP for the first time would have been put to sleep by todays MotoGP event. The rules and electronics are managing to make a 200mph sport into a visual snooze-fest. Tedious, dreary, uninspiring, boring.

TalentFan

October 12, 2014 9:17 AM

MotoGP » MotoGP to remove artificial grass, reconsider flag-to-flag


Ever thought just how different the rider aids electronics must have to be developed to behave & respond for wet tyres and wet condition? I bet part of the reason MM & DP slung it away was the electronics settings making the bikes behave much worse than a bike on slicks but without the "aids" would have. Given they'd know this, it makes their decision not to pit sooner a very very bad one.

TalentFan

October 12, 2014 9:08 AM

MotoGP » Dovizioso savours ‘special’ Ducati pole


RSMick: For NineTimes cyclenews.coverleaf.com/cyclenews/20120626?#pg34 motorcyclenews.com/mcn/sport/sportresults/motogp/2012/april/apr1312-budget-cap-impossible-to-police/
I've read them. If anything they undermine everything RSMick tries to use them to prove. In the first Nakamoto comes across as a bullying despot who talks as though HE is the one calling the shots. When questioned about the rules inhibiting new entrants he dismisses it with " if anyone comes we can discuss". It should not be his call! As for Budgets.. All you have is Nakamotos words which mean nothing & prove nothing, while the 2nd article just shows how impossible it is to police and cap spending. The usual smoke & mirrors routine and absolute nonsense from RSMick. I wonder how much he's paid to be the propaganda merchant for Honda?

TalentFan

October 11, 2014 1:11 PM

MotoGP » Dovizioso savours ‘special’ Ducati pole


"But in order to get the agreement of Honda and Yamaha, some performance limits were put in place. " There's your answer. Right there. H & Y bully Dorna, who fail in their duty. In what world is it fair for the most powerful entrants in a competition to be the ones who sanction or refuse the rules of the game? But there it is, in black & white. Dorna seek the permission & approval of Honda & Yamaha before setting rules. What a farce. Look Dorna, thiscis how its meant to work... YOU set the series rules. Entrants abide by the rules YOU set and REGULATE. If they dont like the rules, then they can choose to SOD OFF! FFS Dorna, grow a pair & TAKE CONTROL. Youre weak.

TalentFan

October 11, 2014 12:38 PM

MotoGP » Dovizioso takes Ducati's first pole since 2010


NineTimes: @TalentFan My question is, Could in a million year, Honda produce similar performance to that of Ducati had the rules were not in their favour or if they didn't have that colossal budget??
Truth is I dont know 9x. However, if we were to look at the return Honda have per €£$ or whatever currency spent..... Then that might suggest they'd be a heck of a lot less successful than they are. That's the most fair and unbiased answer I can offer.


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