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April 15, 2014 9:38 PM

MotoGP » Dovi: Open rules not behind Ducati podium

Jas6004: So Indianbear, there's no chance that maybe Rossi, Bradl, Iannone and Reading received a duff tyre from Bridgestone, Dovi's podium could turn out to be a one off due to other riders misfortunes. I hope Ducati has improved but maybe Dovi has commented a little early, let's see a few more results, so we know for sure. Also Dovi saying Open rules aren't the reason for the so called turnaround are false, if Ducati didn't think the Open rules would help them, they would of stayed in the Factory Class.
your beloved honda still won


April 15, 2014 1:52 AM

MotoGP » Marquez: Quiet race, a little boring for the fans...

bcsack: Is MM THAT good - same bike yet he's p***ing all over DP and the rest of the field - or is DORNA orchestrating this ? Is this why Casey threw the towel in ? Been watching all forms of Motor sport since the 60's and I've not seen anyone move into a class and immediately dominate so completely. MM's making all of the rest look pretty ordinary.
they did it for rossi


April 10, 2014 3:08 AM

MotoGP » Aleix Espargaro ready to ‘go for it again’

TalentFan: I'm with Guna here. The Factory H & Y will be away barring incident. The Satellite H & Y will be along next. Maybe the Ducatis in there somewhere if they are still making small progression. No doubting AE & Forward should be top open easily...... but I can't see him getting 4th for sure. If he beats any of the satellite bikes he'll be doing super well. Factory have it sewn up for 2014. The status quo has not changed. Better get used to the same old, same old. The only real story is how well Rossi can do in the top 4 again, and how the satellite guys will shake out in their battle, howvthe Dukes will develop, and just how far AE can push an Open bike upmthe field instead of a CRT. Meanwhile the general pattern is set and predictable as always.
yea your proberly right ,ill be recording gp and watching WSBK that should better


April 02, 2014 12:28 AM

MotoGP » Why was the Honda RCV1000R short on fuel?

Nick23: I'm annoyed that someone of Scott's & Nicky's ability are always gonna be fighting for lower positions on these bikes. On some tracks they might get nearer to the front in Germany & maybe Jerez where the straights are not too long. Big shame though. Hopefully things will improve. 2016 is too long to wait for equal machinery across the field!
really two more seasons is not along time to wait........dorna have you well trained..

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