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November 06, 2014 7:46 AM

MotoGP » Suzuki’s new MotoGP ‘adventure’ starts now

please please please Suzuki, don't let Maverick's GP career fade into oblivion. in his rookie year he's learned to ride the Moto2 bike, which is a huge feat when you consider what the other moto3/125 world champions achieve when they move to Moto2 (aside from Marquez, of course). he's better than Bautista, Hopkins, Vermeulen, DePuniet (all respect) and even the older Capirossi, all who rode for you previously and really got nowhere. i'm also glad you didn't hire any talent from WSBK. a superbike is not a GP bike, regardless of the engine displacement parity. Welcome back Suzuki, nice choice of riders for a start. brutal wild card timing though, the end of the season after Honda and Yamaha have their sh:t dialed in. respect!


December 16, 2013 2:56 PM

WSBK » Dorna welcomes eighth manufacturer EBR

2014 WSBK for EBR will be all about learning. then in 2015, when the EVO rules hit they will be looking alot better, as their engine is making very good power/torque when compared to the other bikes in standard trim. the engine is loosely based on the rotax twin, but has been heavily re-engineered by EBR over the last few years and almost no parts are sourced from rotax any more. it's an EBR engine now. it's also not at all related to the KTM rotax twin. i also don't like hearing time and again about 'the show'. do the riders put their lives on the line for a 'show'? they may risk injury to win, but definitely not for a show. they deserve better than that.

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