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shakennstirred

January 02, 2015 6:35 PM
Last Edited 139 days ago

MotoGP » VIDEO: Suzuki's MotoGP return documentary


biaggi: They have hired stronger riders than ducati. I think suzuki will fight for top 5 this year
I think they will only get top 10's if others crash or breakdown. they ran there engine in a high state of tune and surprise surprise it blow up and it still wasn't up there with the others, so to me that tells me everything. if they run it as they really need to to finish, there going to be nowhere even close to the top 5

shakennstirred

January 09, 2015 6:21 AM
Last Edited 141 days ago

MotoGP » EXCLUSIVE: Daryl Beattie - Q&A


IanM: The RC45 was a great bike??? What history books shakenstirred been reading!! The one written by Honda by any chance?? Longer and lower than the RC30 and understeeered to the moon and back. It might have finally been sorted out to go and win races but great? Never! IanM
Edwards won the world title on it and others win lots of races on it in a championship tilted towards ducati

shakennstirred

January 07, 2015 6:47 PM

MotoGP » MotoGP getting faster…


Brain:
Joeski:
TF2:
Brain: .
Then the manufacturer with the most money makes the best bike without electronic aids...wait then Honda would win again!!! just as they did in the 90's and the most talented rider would still not be #1
Yep, we have plenty of history of the sport to fall back on, yet it doesnt seem to click with some, and it isnt just Honda that did all the winning and it had nothing to do with electronics. I remember a season where Suzuki won every race. I remember a 6-7 year stretch where Yamaha and Suzuki won every race. Since 1975 a Japanese factory has won all but one Moto GP title, they simply do it better than the rest of the world, electronics or no electronics.
true, so many on here don't know there GP history

shakennstirred

January 04, 2015 3:01 PM
Last Edited 148 days ago

MotoGP » VIDEO: Suzuki's MotoGP return documentary


Insidejob: MotoGP should be a "race what you bring" prototype series but instead Dorna and TBTB have removed the ingenuity, creativeness and innovation that made it so interesting, by standardizing the rules. We need more manufacturers in Moto2 and Moto3 and more types of machinery in MotoGP. If there is to be a limit, it should be on total cost of the machine not on performance or engine configuration.
the rules have been standardized pretty much since 1968 in some form or another and that was well before dorna. at the end of the day dorna had to do something, the grids were slowly emptying and there not now. same with WSBK before dorna took over it was dying, yeah its still not right but it will get better. as much as I don't like change, it was needed to get things moving again and its working, more manufactures then there have been for years and some more talking about joining them,, so its looking good, or would you rather see it die and all the teams go


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