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Indianbear

September 27, 2014 12:48 AM

MotoGP » Dovizioso plays down fastest lap


VKal: MM and JL did many 1.49, 1.48 vs Dovi. this is what going to matter on race day. As I said before, no point doing one off laps. Ducati has to start working on harder tyres to last the race. This is where Honda and Yamaha putting most of their money on. The top teams plays the technicality game and they don't waste time on one off great laps.
his not allowed hard tyres

Indianbear

September 22, 2014 11:09 PM

MotoGP » How big is too big for MotoGP?


eiiipo:
Brain: No one said size didnt matter, they simply said your size is your problem, deal with it, and quit trying to penalize others because you are to big to participate in certain arena's .
I am not sure it will penalize the other riders....at a min it will even out the advantage and let talent shine through....it will also help the riders..JL has commented on more than one occasion this season about his physical condition...my opinion is he is trying to keep his weight down and on certain tracks had endurance issues late in races (not a fact just my opinion)
yeh F1 drivers look the same feed me feed me

Indianbear

September 22, 2014 11:07 PM

MotoGP » How big is too big for MotoGP?


Codger: Brian......I agree. The problem with adding weight is, simply, where do you add it to make things fair to all. One manufacturer or rider might want the weight added more to the front, and another might want the weight added more to the rear. That itself might vary from circuit to circuit. Obviously the weight cannot be added to the rider. I suppose the best solution is to have the weight near to the centre of gravity of the bike and made permanent. Easier said than done. "No one said size didnt matter......." Not quite right...plenty said that it doesn't matter otherwise Dani would be a multiple World Champion.
add weight to the seat area like a jockey

Indianbear

September 22, 2014 11:04 PM

MotoGP » How big is too big for MotoGP?


Codger: Brian......I agree. The problem with adding weight is, simply, where do you add it to make things fair to all. One manufacturer or rider might want the weight added more to the front, and another might want the weight added more to the rear. That itself might vary from circuit to circuit. Obviously the weight cannot be added to the rider. I suppose the best solution is to have the weight near to the centre of gravity of the bike and made permanent. Easier said than done. "No one said size didnt matter......." Not quite right...plenty said that it doesn't matter otherwise Dani would be a multiple World Champion.

Indianbear

September 19, 2014 5:29 AM

MotoGP » Loris Baz looking for a ride


Yearby23:
salieri: I really wonder whether a more mature Baz might not give a better overall performance on a motogp machine than a petulant Miller who needs to mature bit more? His kicking out and punching people on slowdown laps is not what should be tolerated in my opinion. I think he needs to grow up a bit more before he gets his hands on 250 horsepower - otherwise he will hurt himself or worse someone else - only an opinion and I hope I'm wrong for his sake!!
Look at Tito Rabat kicking out at Ricky Cardus on a qualifying lap. That's pretty immature too but nobody complains there.
or rossi punching max..


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