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bikenutter

February 24, 2014 4:39 PM

MotoGP » Brazil GP dropped from 2014 MotoGP calendar


Guna4699: Laguna should not have been dropped,, narrow, twisty, ups and downs,, arguably one amongst the toughest tracks rider skill wise,, rookies having to learn this with motogp bike has always brought excitement...
It was always one of the "event" tracks too. You aren't just watching MotoGP you're watching Laguna Seca, like you watch the Monaco GP, it's special. Still can't comprehend the thinking there.

bikenutter

March 03, 2014 7:47 PM

F1 » Hamilton ensures Mercedes ends testing on top


richard: ghog. if you click on a persons name, you can view any posts they made. and if you check, there are figures at the top left of that reference page. says something about comments rating and position in ratings. not sure what they actually mean, but ty seems to think it is a table of agrees v disagrees
Ahaha I just clicked on your name... The top one is a total tally of your comments (+1 for an agree and -1 for a disagree) I think you have one of the biggest -ve's I've seen :P and the 2nd number is your ranking based on the first out of all crash users. I guess your opinion isn't typically a popular one!

bikenutter

February 12, 2014 11:05 AM
Last Edited 345 days ago

MotoGP » Honda would 'stop' if software is controlled


The BMW S1000RR came out without any 'valuable MotoGP level R&D' and runs laps around the Fireblade in terms of electronics and outright power. I refuse to believe that the MotoGP R&D team are taking any load of the road bike development team. Honda are at the pinnacle of MotoGP but sinking into the abyss of motorcycle development behind its European counterparts. I don't know, maybe the new RCV road bike will be a game changer but I don't see how a spec ECU would've changed it.


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