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shakennstirred

March 19, 2015 6:24 PM
Last Edited 104 days ago

MotoGP » MotoGP: 'Never go back to 800cc'


Yearby23: Instead, go back to 990cc bikes, a more level palying field than what we have now, and a bigger grid, where satellite bikes were winning races and in the case of 2005, the Satellite Hondas beat the Repsol ones...
how is going down 8-10cc going to make it a more level playing field ? a jump from 990 to 800 is a big drop, but the 1000cc limit down to 990 wouldn't change anything at all

shakennstirred

March 18, 2015 5:52 PM

MotoGP » ‘The GP15 is a real Ducati’


Vilas46: RFS131 Even if Ducati Win all races, they will remain with 12 engines changes, there Fuel will never be lower then 22 liters and they can test and develop there engine until the end of 2015 no matter what caind of Result they have... So has i see they only advantage they will loss will be the Soft tyre... So the Others have to use 5 engines and 20 liters of Fuel, they can t develop there engine and no test is allowed... Now tell me, WTF is This... First we are all waiting for Ducati to Win, then when they finlay WIN... they will remain in advantage all year of 2015 I guess a similar situacion is starting to happe
if ducati win or get 3 podiums they start to lose there concessions, so no they wont keep there extra fuel or extra engines all season

shakennstirred

March 15, 2015 7:51 PM
Last Edited 108 days ago

MotoGP » Qatar MotoGP test times - Sunday (10pm)


cfsteezy: Abraham killin it! Watchout redding! Karel is coming for you! HRC is taking note of this for sure! Expect upegrades for Abraham first if he keeps this up! Even if this time was on a soft tyre (idk if it is or not) its still a third tier bike...so this is impressive in my book!
Abraham wont get any upgrades, his is a privateer, they buy the bike, redding has a satellite HRC bike, there different bikes


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