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September 14, 2013 4:44 AM
Last Edited 564 days ago

MotoGP » 'Good Friday' for Rossi, new gearbox 'great'

Reallyslow46 Do some homework. I feel bad that you've missed the greatest battles in MotoGP. Research Biaggi, Giberneau, Melandri, Stoner, Pedrosa, Lorenzo. Rossi's had an up & down career since 2007, but he's whooped 'em all! Rossi=Battle. Granted he's now older than 95% of the field, yet he keeps the young guns on their toes! Gotta count for something, right?!


September 08, 2013 2:39 AM

MotoGP » Hayden to test new spec Ducati after Misano

I believe it's within Bridgestones capabilities to provide more specific manufacturer spec tires. I'm not expecting Dorna to allow B-Stone to make a special tire for just Ducati, but for each of the factories. There have been special dispensations in the past for manufacturers who hadn't had a win in dry conditions in the past, ie Suzuki engine allocations. Either this can be made to happen, or bring back the tire wars. These bike manufacturers spend millions on super high-tech gadgetry, only to be hobbled by rubber doughnuts.


September 03, 2013 7:24 PM
Last Edited 574 days ago

MotoGP » Hayden to test new spec Ducati after Misano

The single tire manufacturer rule needs to go bye-bye ASAP. With the money being invested in electronics, seamless transmissions, pneumatic valve trains & etc., there's no excuse to continue on in this manner, siting expenditures as the primary motivation. Competition between tire manufacturers was once, and should be again, highly beneficial to both the racing teams, as well as us, the consumer. It's plain to see that the control B-Stones spelled the end for the Desmo. C'mon Dorna!!!

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