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shakennstirred

January 02, 2015 6:35 PM
Last Edited 46 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

December 24, 2014 6:08 AM

MotoGP » MotoGP Star of the Year vote: 1st


Guna4699: some people say his popularity got him this poll win But I say look at his Ducati years, he was voted 10th and 11th, he wasn't any less popular by then. His popularity is just an added bonus but he truly deserves this win. If you want the top spot for Marc just because he had maximum number wins this season with 10 on a bounce then in a larger picture you could never say Marc is better than Rossi until Marc wins his 8th premier class titles with 6 on the bounce. Remember only the number counts and nothing else. Because weakness of Yamaha in first half was ignored to give maximum credit to Marc by fans.
you're right there. this vote is more about how he has made a remarkable turn around this year, its nothing to do with well marc won more and the title so should be first, it the vote just follows where they finished, what would be the point of it. its about how we feel each rider has performed etc

shakennstirred

January 04, 2015 3:01 PM
Last Edited 56 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

shakennstirred

December 19, 2014 8:19 AM

MotoGP » 2016 MotoGP fuel limit agreed


NineTimes: @ shakennstirred Sounds like you are having a grudge against some brands. As you said, "Pulled out". Yes,they pulled out, they were not bullied out. Kawasaki, Aprilia, Suzuki, MV...etc are out of motogp solely because of Japanese manufacturers, mostly Honda(Via their puppet Dorna). Maybe you can name a manufacturer, the year, and the specific area in which they bullied Dorna. Name one manufacturer who did actually force Dorna to change motorbike series.
they had all there bikes banned at the end of 67 that's why they pulled out,


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