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January 17, 2016 8:59 PM

MotoGP » No 2016 engine for satellite Hondas at Sepang?

Without polarizing this convo, let's not get ahead of ourselves. They haven't even turned a wheel in testing after end of the year data gathering in Valencia and wherever else. given the responses of all the factory riders after those outings, it was my understanding that Yamaha was in the most trouble more so because they are very frond end reliant which played well with the bridgestones and not so much with the michelins.


November 26, 2015 12:46 PM

MotoGP » Rossi right to stay in MotoGP – Ecclestone

He really is hurting F1 not only due to his lack of leadership towards adapting the sport to future generations, but his mouth is his own worst enemy. He makes himself sound like an angry troll, like a British Donald trump. It hurt me to do it this year but I stopped watching F1 after about the 3rd race because the show stinks.usually I can just stare at the cars and gawk at the technology but this year was just so awful I couldn't even do that, which made watching the motogp season that much easier this year.


July 26, 2015 9:52 PM

MotoGP » Smith, Espargaro salute historic Suzuka win

So where is that guy who said espargaro was gonna crash and lose the race for Yamaha? Anyways, did anyone else notice that the R1 had some really extreme lean angles when compared to other bikes. For a production bike (even tho heavily modded) that thing seems more like the M1 prototype go machine than a production bike.i still think that press release where smith and espargaro were saying this r1 is like their m1 is a PR thing, but a little piece of me thinks there's a sliver of truth to that.

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