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May 29, 2015 7:39 PM

MotoGP » Marquez trying to tame 'aggressive' Honda

alanw5293: As a Scott Redding fan these words from MM hopefully explain why Scott has been struggling to adapt to the Satellite Honda? MM ditched the chassis Scott started off with ,in Valencia, and has had the full weight of HRC trying to resolve his issues,luckily for them MM has the skill to ride around many of his issues. Looks as though the mighty Honda has gone backwards with development leaving the gate open for Yamaha to serge ahead not to mention Ducati.
While I appreciate your fan consistency (it's rare these days, so I give you credit for sticking with your boy), it doesn't explain why everybody else on the factory Honda CAN ride the bike despite its issues. Maybe all of them other than Redding are just better at riding around the perceived issues with the bike.


May 29, 2015 11:56 PM
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MotoGP » Rossi: All is open for tomorrow

Motojunky: Won't comment until Qualifying is over, because at the end of the day that says it all. Unless, like me, you are a Rossi fan, and qualifying is not as important as race setup. Go Rossi.
I'll go one step further: I won't comment until the RACE is over, because the conclusion at the end of the race on Sunday SAYS IT ALL. Qualifying is just qualifying. Practice is just practice.


May 30, 2015 12:07 AM

MotoGP » Marquez: I believe in Honda

tarique.ansari.1654: Now you all guys must listen me marquez already told last year valencia 2015 pre season testing that 2015 honda had many problem
Actually what MM93 said was that "there were positives and negatives with both bikes, but the new bike had more positives and was the direction the team decided to go". I'm paraphrasing. He went on to set the fastest time that day on the 2013 bike because he was more comfortable. Fast forward to now, Marquez has had some issues, but what you fail to consider was that last year the Yamaha's weren't up to par and there weren't two competitive GP15's on the grid. The inclusion of those facts change everything. It isn't necessarily that the RCV has somehow gone backwards (look at how he dominated at COTA ...again, and how he ran a tight run with Rossi prior to crashing). He will win more races this year, as will the Yamaha boys.

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