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July 10, 2014 11:55 AM

MotoGP » Lorenzo and Yamaha: One or two years?

Lorenzo is now pretty much stuck in the same situation Rossi was back in 2010. He isn't getting offered the salary he's used to, so he has to choose between a good bike but low salary package, or bad bike and good salary package. He cant get both. Lorenzo should have signed for Honda when he had a chance two years ago. They offered both great money, and also a great bike. I bet he wishes that offer was still on the table..


September 11, 2014 9:44 PM
Last Edited 517 days ago

MotoGP » Rossi: I don’t regret joining Ducati

Rossi did it because: 1) Lorenzo won the championship in 2010, and that made Yamaha substantially lower their salary offer to Rossi for 2011/12. Lorenzo was simply the new #1 in the team, and Rossi couldn't accept that. 2) Rossi thought that if Stoner could win on the Duc, then so could he. And I'm quite sure Rossi regrets it actually, he just doesn't want to admit it. 11/12 could have been his last chance at winning the championship once more. Now instead he lost 2 years of his prime. In 2011 it would of course have been very difficult to beat Stoner, but then again Vale is a master of putting psychological pressure on his opponents. He's pushed them to make mistakes many times, Stoner at Laguna Seca being the most famous. 2012 is a completely different story, because that year the Yamaha got what it needed the most - more power. And at that time the Honda chassis had a lot more issues than today, which is why Lorenzo claimed the title that Rossi could've had if he'd stayed. And, e


February 05, 2014 6:41 PM

MotoGP » Jubilant Aleix Espargaro has Open podium aim

Obviously Yamaha, who changed their deal from only leasing engines to leasing almost the whole bike, are seeing big potential in the FTR-Espargaro-package. This is most likely THE testing bed for Yamahas move to the "open class", which will become default in a year or two. Honda have made a wrong step with the RCV1000R, its not advanced or fast enough. They, and Ducati, need to do the same as Yamaha ASAP. I.e. make an "open class" version of their current bike, so they get it up to speed with the spec ECU and increased fuel. Otherwise they'll end up a year behind Yamaha.

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