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shakennstirred

February 15, 2015 12:44 PM
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WSBK » de Puniet striving for confidence ahead of WSBK bow


LaughingGas: Personal opinion, as much as he's been a Suzuki test rider he should never have taken it. Granted he wasn't doing brilliantly in MotoGP but if you look about 3-4 years back his qualifying wasn't bad at all . I can't help but think in WSBK he's going to be swallowed alive.
i'd have thought the opposite, most that have come from motogp have shown up the wsbk guys , but they did have better bikes than he has this year and they had won races in motogp he on the other hand is a guy that was ok, not great just ok. if one of the top guy in motogp moved over they wouldn't see which way he went. look at spies, he murdered them in wsbk but didn't do that great(yeah won 1 race) on good bikes even before he got hurt

shakennstirred

February 06, 2015 6:19 AM

MotoGP » Hayden: New engine definitely a step forward


Dean Dean: ''RR', is this another step up on open class bikes ? I thought it was an 'RS'...I can see this being another Aprilia 250GP affair with myriad models of same bike according to what you can afford to pay... very confused with 'apparent' number of variants already lol...
RS is the 2014 bike and RR is the 2015 bike no one will use the RS this year as it was a dog

shakennstirred

February 05, 2015 5:44 PM

MotoGP » Sepang MotoGP test times - Thursday (Final)


TF2: Well done to Ducati Team and their Riders IMO. Dovi and Iannone in the top 5, with Dovi consistently right up there. The tyre situation has to hurt Ducati's chances again in 2015 (a situation I blame Dorna 100% for, for being so damned weak that they caved in to Honda & Yamaha's demands to hamstring their move to 'Open'), but Fans should be looking at Ducatis' 2014 and early 2015 pace as an indicator. Understand this... Dorna have actually TAKEN AWAY a lot of the potential racing excitement you could have enjoyed last season when they caved and took the hard tyre out of Ducati's allocation. And yet most fans STILL don't accept that MotoGP is rigged. Amazing. Watch it happen all over again in 2015 folks! Enjoy the Show!
go and watch some other sport then , jezz im tired if the same crap you post over n over

shakennstirred

February 05, 2015 6:40 AM

MotoGP » Sepang MotoGP test times - Wednesday (Final)


Realist:
shakennstirred: no they run last years Factory engine specification, there not the actual engines. I quote "This year's Factory engine specification, we will give for Open class machine next season," said Nakamoto. nothing in that article say the actual engines, just factory spec that's very different
In this Crash.net article it also states QUITE EXPLICITLY that, "Unlike the current RCV1000R, which Aoyama has spent the rest of this season on at Aspar, the 'RS' is powered by the same pneumatic-valve engine as the title-winning RC213V" h t t p://www.crash.net/motogp/news/210659/1/aoyama-killing-rc213vrs-power-too-much.html
do you really think Honda would sell there title winning engines off to a private team, do me a favour , there new engines with a very close to factory spec. that's isn't semantics if they are the real engines that MM /dani rode , there should be in the top 5 in most races this year


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