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spiesunderdog

November 11, 2011 4:39 AM

MotoGP » Ben Spies tests for two


@jamesg motogp isn't boring, but what's wrong with voicing our opinions about electronics, fuel consumption rules, etc.? That's what this forum is for. Find another sport?? Get off your high horse I watch other sports like MMA, hockey, football. With your permission id also like to continue watching motogp too. Is that ok buddy?

spiesunderdog

November 10, 2011 9:34 PM

MotoGP » Ben Spies tests for two


Point taken. They would have to change the rules regarding fuel limits. For the sake of entertainment for us fans, I'm all for lowering horsepower and ditching electronics all together. It's become too much about technology, and less about human competition. Remember the old 500s? "only" 190-200 HP, and throttle control was EVERYTHING. now computers decide how much the rear spins. Remember rear wheel steering? Todays riders could do that, but I guess technology and laptimes are more important than entertainment

spiesunderdog

November 10, 2011 8:58 PM

MotoGP » Ben Spies tests for two


@ me. I hope your right. We really need more variety of riders fighting for wins and podiums. Even though Stoner crashed a lot as a rookie on the 990, he was still very fast and has much more experience now. I'm afraid he's going to be awesome next year on the Repsol Honda. I'm curious how Lorenzo will do as his style is perfect for the 800s and the old 250 two strokes. Then again so is dani, and he won on the 990. I love Spies and Hayden, but I really think the 3 aliens will pick up where they left off


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