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February 12, 2015 12:21 AM

MotoGP » Aggressiveness 'key to Pedrosa's title chances'

DamZen1: 14.7 Kg of fuel at the start of the race should be an ample amount of weight for the bike to generate heat in to the tyres. I think Dani's problem is that he isn't strong enough to flick the bike from one side to the other on a full tank, always thought the little chap could do with an extra 7-10 Kg of muscle mass.
U dont flick the bike using the handlebars, but the footpegs shifting the bike weight and momentum. U only counter steer wth the bars. Strength is not that important, endurance is. Pedrosa is fit enough, just that he isnt aggressive enough these days. If u watched him during his 250cc gp days he was a different animal. When he went to motogp, as a rookie he was too aggressive just like any other rookie. Then he changed to a smoother style, which was good. Then he rode in his comfort zone, losing much aggresiveness, which is the problem.


February 08, 2015 4:14 AM

MotoGP » Hayden: We're beginning to see some positives

I wonder if RCV213-RS is just an upgraded RCV213-S which HRC is selling as a $200k sportsbike. If it is, dont bother with it because then its literally a production bike, go race with it in WSBK instead. On another note, Nicky Hayden is an amazing rider. There are lots of things that he can do on 2 wheels that I consider amazing, but motoGp speed is a different thing, different from what he is naturally capable of. He's a beast on the motard though, he would leave some of the best motogp riders for dead on a motard.

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