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March 06, 2014 2:33 AM

MotoGP » Honda responds to Ducati’s Open decision

So, Open category teams can develop engine mid season. Ducati has the money and expertise to do that, much more than the other Open teams. Allowed more fuel too. Save cost? Not really.... Ducati could well dominate the open class. Also, the current rules will allow Ducati to catch up with the other 'factory' manufacturers who arent allowed to develop engines. A whole year (or maybe more) for Ducati to do so. Which is good, we need 3 competitive manufacturers, or perhaps even more. But to say the aim of the rule is to save cost, that's bullshit. Which is what Honda is trying to say, because Dorna is considering Open Class rule to all teams includig factory. Then Ducati will dominate for many years to come, like they did in WSBK.


December 20, 2013 5:55 AM

MotoGP » Honda vows MotoGP withdrawal over ECU plans

RFS131: I'll tell you what's more important than the manufacturer, the FAN. If we don't like the state of competition in the sport then it will never survive. Money in my pocket but just the opposite for the manufacturers. So who needs who again?
Motogp the sport needs the fan. As for Honda, probably a small percentage of the millions of moped/ bike riders across the world watch motogp or even know what their achievement was in motogp. Cbr 600s, 900s, 1000s were sold by containers worldwide despite not being represented officially in WSBK for years. Affordable cubs and mopeds were sold by the millions worldwide and there is no moped category in motogp. People continue to buy their bikes because of quality and competitive pricing. How did they achieve that?

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