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Codger

June 19, 2015 7:56 AM

MotoGP » EXCLUSIVE Loris Baz - Q&A


Fair points Realist. I do feel however, that the lad puts it succinctly to bed any discussions involving rider height and weight (for us Crash.net experts). He implies that the problems are there but more, perhaps, for the team than the rider. Two things have to be born in mind....98% of the riders are the size of 12 year olds...and the difficulties involved in tackling the effects C of G and inertia. Whatever, good interview from a thoroughly likeable young man.

Codger

June 18, 2015 9:02 PM

MotoGP » EXCLUSIVE Loris Baz - Q&A


Realist....I was thinking of the paragraph that starts :- "Mostly yes. I knew it was going to be hard and also I knew I just needed time. In Sepang 2 we were continuing to change the bike for my size, longer seat and things like this, while everyone else was working on set-up. If you don't have a good position on the bike it's hard to think about the set-up because you are not feeling comfortable" I think that he is saying once the team has worked things out, then he doesn't see his size as a problem.

Codger

May 20, 2015 9:56 AM
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MotoGP » Dovizioso back on the podium, seeking ‘something’


"........... its a bit of BS to say the gap was 12s because he slowed down." BS maybe but true nevertheless. From lap 22 onwards he dropped his lap times by a second or more. Dovi is having to develop the bike in the races, not an easy task and he, like Rossi before him, is well aware that chucking it up the road chasing a position that is beyond his bikes' capability is going to teach the engineers nothing. ( except how to repair crashed bikes I suppose )


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