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October 04, 2013 8:50 AM

MotoGP » Casey Stoner rides Honda MotoGP Production Racer

@shpongled - I just knew we were going to get your riding CV and how wonderful it would be. There is nothing you claim to have done that many others have not. Yet again more patronising nonsense. The value of the technology is not defined just if it stops you crashing, if it makes the experience safer then it is valid. We have all ridden without traction control, ABS, modern lights and electrics, fuel injection etc etc. We could all still ride without them but they enhance and improve the activity.


October 03, 2013 4:29 PM

MotoGP » Casey Stoner rides Honda MotoGP Production Racer

@shpongled - what a lot of patronising nonsense about if you need traction control on the road then you are not skilled enough. It can be a valuable safety feature when hitting unforeseen gravel, diesel, cobble stones etc. That can and does happen to absolutely everyone and only the delusional would say otherwise. Another point "GP allegedly exists to discover & develop new tech for the road," this has never been the reason for its existence. A lot of technology has filtered down but that is not the reason why it is developed, nor why the manufacturers race, or the competitors.


September 26, 2013 1:25 PM

MotoGP » Suzuki concludes 2013 European MotoGP test programme

@Desh - well lets see - Randy is still in MotoGP and lands the test gig with a major manufacturer. Hopper, of whom I am a huge fan has managed neither. Take from that what you will. Yet again though why don't the factories ask all people here who to hire as they obviously know nothing and all the experts are saddoes on the internet leaving comments in places like this. Yes me included.

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