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kiwimike

October 18, 2014 4:14 PM

MotoGP » Crutchlow credits riding style change for Ducati upturn


@some1, I guess Ducati would really have been happy to have the benefit of your expertise earlier. They have spent huge amounts of money searching for answers - and the solution is so simple. You could make a fortune as a consultant to any of the manufacturers. Who would have thought, just lower the footpegs and stay under the screen when braking? Actually, sitting up when braking slows you down faster as your body becomes an air brake, but I just love the simplicity of your solution.

kiwimike

August 15, 2014 3:58 AM

MotoGP » Rossi: Honda has found something


@ProfessorX, Do you ever read your own posts? I have to question why you even bother to watch MotoGP as you are convinced that the whole MotoGP world is rigged - especially the tires, and you seem to resent that most here do not share your views. Why even bother with these races if it bothers you so much. Life is too short to let this stuff get to you - seriously, relax my friend!

kiwimike

August 10, 2014 3:43 AM

MotoGP » Dovizioso credits Marquez’s crazy lines


Slipstreaming (as it used to be called) is a perfectly legitimate race tactic. Everyone has used it at some time in their careers. You would be stupid not too. You gain some speed if your bike is a bit slower and you can "slingshot" past the guy you are following. Why would you not want to follow a faster, possibly better rider than yourself - and learn his lines, braking points etc. Please show me the FIM regulation that claims slipstreaming or Towing is illegal.


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