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Till263

March 04, 2014 12:10 PM

MotoGP » Honda responds to Ducati’s Open decision


seriously Honda if you dont like it then leave and take the MSMA with you.....The MSMA have done nothing other than to make sure only the Jap manufacturers win...Once they have gone then and only then will we see the Non Jap manufacturers come back.Would love to see the likes of MV BMW Triumph Norton etc and even EBR having a go.Look at what the MSMA have done to Ducati they dint like losing to them, a Non Jap taking the title not while the MSMA have anything to do with it !!

Till263

March 08, 2014 10:13 AM

MotoGP » Honda responds to Ducati’s Open decision


wow judging by the amount of disagrees i got on the first page of this comments section just shows how clueless most of the people who comment on here are....since 1992 when Dorna took over they and the MSMA have had a goal between them spanish champiuon on a japanese bike...seriously if you love this sport then go educate yourselves on who the MSMA really represent...they should be called the JMSMA

Till263

February 12, 2014 12:40 AM
Last Edited 230 days ago

MotoGP » Colin Edwards playing with the 'pivot'


seashack....Honda first and foremost want to keep their sponsor happy...very expensive to compete in the championship and they have had a long relationship with Repsol, And i'm sure Repsol and Dorna would like it very much to make sure they keep their Spanish World champion on a good bike ...If Honda had as much clout as you think then they would of put out the same spec open class bike as the Yam's. So long as it is their Bike that wins eh!

Till263

November 19, 2013 10:03 PM

MotoGP » Crutchlow adopts more cautious approach


@ martin.mm.108 The 2007 duke was a rocket ship,it's biggest advantage being the desmo valved engine...Yamaha and Honda could not compete with it...,hence why Honda was pushing for a rev limit for the 2008 season.a compromise was reached between Dorna and Honda and a fuel limit was put in place instead ....It definately wasn't complacency from ducati for the 2008 season.it was more to do with Honda getting the rules changed to reel in that fire breathing desmo engine


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