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January 08, 2015 9:00 PM

MotoGP » Amazing Marquez ‘rides MotoGP like dirt track’

ProfessorX: Unfortunately riding around like you are on a dirt track is not the fastest way around a paved circuit. But some people like to believe what they are told I guess.
He seems to be doing OK as the double world champion. Your knowledge knows no bounds.
Fastest is irrelevant, faster than the others is all that is required. And steering with your rear wheel helps you lessen your lean angle and will overcome under-steer. Very handy when edge grip is not so good.


January 13, 2015 4:19 PM

MotoGP » The MotoGP penalty points list

Tetley but it does not say if the points carried forward are applied for ALL of the subsequent year, or if they are removed at the anniversary of the penalty. Can anyone please clarify ? .
"MotoGP penalty points are no longer erased at the end of each season, but instead remain in place for one calendar year" The date beside the infraction is the day it drops off the following year.
Yep, just like points on your drivers license. This is something I am an expert at. I found out the hard way that wheelies can rack up points and insurance racks up at the same rate. The bad part is I still haven't learned from my mistakes. :)


January 07, 2015 4:39 PM
Last Edited 56 days ago

MotoGP » MotoGP getting faster…

The whole problem with any of this can't be boiled down to any one factor. Technology has tentacles in every facet. Take the same engine and put it in a crap frame and the limit is capped. Take a great frame and put in a slow engine and the limit is capped. The biggest problem to all of this is the deepest pockets wins. The next biggest problem is rules that stifle innovation. I.E. locked down engines. That means that the deep pockets can engineer long lasting engines that make more power. Where the others don't have the resources to do the up front engineering. Or in a case like Ducati, can't change the engine design to get the balance correct. For sure electronics/software is a huge factor and probably the most expensive part. Again the deep pockets win. Fuel limits are the worst. The deep pockets can and do exploit this to their advantage and leave the others sucking wind. Want to decrease costs? Give them the fuel they need and .............CONTINUED


December 24, 2014 12:12 AM
Last Edited 72 days ago

MotoGP » MotoGP Star of the Year vote: 2nd

Abefan: I have read soooooooo many posts on here it's starting to hurt, but!!!!!!!! I have discovered how to get rich, be interviewed, having thousands buy my t-shirt, travel the world, and most likely have my pick of those tasty young brolly holding ladies....... I'm gonna buy a CBR1000..........................Therefore have an unfair Honda advantage. Im gonna plaster it in Repsol stickers...............See above re enormous advantage. And (this is the genius bit) i'm simply gonna copy Marquez's, or Rossi's or maybe even Stoner's style to instantly make myself an incredible rider!!! These are all FACT according to some ....... i am amzed no-one has thought of this sooner. I'm a f*&%$ng genius, and i'm just off to shave my balls prior to the bit about the brolly dollies!!!
Uh, let us know how that works out for you. I think Repsol has to give you money to make the Repsol sticker thing work though...lots of it.


December 10, 2014 8:05 PM
Last Edited 84 days ago

MotoGP » Marc Marquez moving to Andorra?

Realist: Yes I'm American, and you give us FAR too much credit. Most people don't give to charities here, and most people are just looking to save a buck wherever they can. Businesses move out of California (the state I'm in) in favor of Nevada, Arizona and Texas for the tax benefits all of the time.
And I live in Nevada and Tesla is building a 6 billion dollar plant here because California decided not to give them a decent tax break. Thank you California.

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