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February 13, 2014 3:29 AM

MotoGP » Honda would 'stop' if software is controlled

Finally Honda (team money) has buried the hatchet and come clean with their involvement in Moto GP. It's their way, or the highway. Well I will try and speak for everyone on the same page as me. Goodbye Au revior Arrivederci Auf wiedersehen Adeus Sbohem Despedida And finally in Australian Pi$$ of then. No company or person is bigger than the sport we all love.


February 11, 2014 9:42 AM

MotoGP » Crutchlow: No-one is near Marquez

YAWN ! Cal said the same about Stoner all those years ago. Must be looking for a job at Honda somewhere? His dimise to Ducati hasn't done his career any favours so any door that may open along those lines may be a saviour, lol. Or is he putting some feelers out for a commentary job? Let's just see if he can finish in front of Bradley this year, and then who knows, lol. Money wise he should be O.K. for the future. Why else would you give up a Yamaha satelite ride, where you could mix it with the leaders sometimes, for a Ducati ride, where that is not possible.


February 07, 2014 7:57 AM

MotoGP » Dall’Igna talks Ducati Factory/Open dilemma

@ ctm. Are you serious? Chopper 51 is right on the money with his comment. From 1988 till 2002 when the rules were 1000cc for twins and 750cc for 4 cylinder bikes Ducati won won 9 titles in line japanese bikes won 4. During that period Honda got fed up with the rules, built a twin 1000cc and beat ducati at there own game and won 2 titles. Then the playing field was leveled from 2003 till 2007 when 1000cc rules were across the board. Ducati won 3 titles and the japanese won 2. Ducati did not like that idea as their advantage diminished. They bitched and threatened to withdraw from WSBK if they could not up their capacity to 1200cc. Since then the advantage once again is in favour of twins and the titles stand at japanese inline 4's, 2 titles and twins 4 titles.


February 06, 2014 11:30 AM

MotoGP » Sepang MotoGP test times - Thursday (Final)

@ Codger. Cal is going to be pissed following Bradley round all year. Lol. As for feeling sorry for him.....not for me. He made his bed now he can lay in it. As I have stated before. I would rather be riding with a chance of a podium on a satalite bike, than an also ran (6th or 7th) on a factory Ducati. But hey, that also depends on if your heart is in racing, or putting money in the bank. Can't knock him for that. Roll on 2014. Go Rossi.


February 08, 2014 10:55 AM

MotoGP » Dall’Igna talks Ducati Factory/Open dilemma

@ ctm. Sometimes I banter with someone like yourself in the hope it might enlighten you and change your perspective. With you my friend I truly wasted my time. You are obviously new to the sport because those ratio's I gave you are "FACTS" and set in stone. They are not wrong. Good luck with your "one eyed" viewpoint. I for one will not be bothered reading what your opinion is in the future.

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