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April 21, 2015 6:02 PM
Last Edited 167 days ago

MotoGP » Hayden: Last corner mistake blew points chance

ducman1199: I totally disagree, the bikes are different. Only the "base bike" is the same. In the past bikes were leased and teams were limited to what they could or could not do. Today customer bikes are sold and teams are free to "buy" whatever upgrades their budgets can afford within the regulations. The customer bikes are no different! Miller is backed by Honda Japan with unlimited resources. Aspar team has major funding problems and Honda America is NH main sponsor. They have limited resources, so you cant tell me the bike are the same....Money talks!
what upgrades ? you are just saying there not the same because one team have more money so it must be better. both have the new rsv production bike both can't change the engine at all. both have the Dorna ecu both have ohlin suspension, brembo brakes.there the only upgrade available its not like the old 2stroke days were you could by a tuneup kit form Honda to make the stock bike better.


April 22, 2015 5:52 PM
Last Edited 169 days ago

MotoGP » Pedrosa ‘improving a little each day’

DamZen1: Cals getting the upgrades to keep the RCV in the constructors championship hunt, Hiroshi is riding round saving engines for Danis return and Stoner is getting readied for Suzuka 8hr. We won't know if Danis ready to return to racing until after he's had his next race
How do you know that Cal is getting the RCV upgrades? Inside information or just speculation? .
because cal and his team said they got some upgrades, new frame and seat unit. reddings team haven't been given them. from the MotoGP website "he set the second fastest time of the day on board his factory spec Honda RC213V, impressing just as he had two weeks ago in Qatar. This weekend Crutchlow is using a new frame supplied by HRC on one of his bikes"

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