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July 31, 2013 5:12 AM
Last Edited 483 days ago

WSBK » Melandri: I’m used to such situations…


Karma's a bitch eh Marco? First you knock off Haslam, to ensure he doesn't win to spoil your first-to-win-on-a-BMW party, then you oust him from the team, despite the fact he was runner up in the series but moved to develop BMW in to a race winner, all to ensure your #1 status in the team. Then your inexperienced teammate out-performs you for most of this season and you lose your job payback's a b.

moto4moto4

July 27, 2013 3:16 PM

MotoGP » Ducati hoping to keep Hayden 'in the family'


I'm hoping that this signifies big things are happening behind the scenes at Ducati- after all why remove Nicky, whom we are told is particularly good for them in marketing terms, if nothing is going to change much competitively. The only way it makes sense is if they believe they have a more competitive bike waiting in the wings. Or, at least, I'm hoping this is logical.

moto4moto4

July 27, 2013 1:55 PM
Last Edited 487 days ago

MotoGP » Ducati hoping to keep Hayden 'in the family'


Given Nicky has given so much to the Duke cause should stay in the junior team if that remains an option. I know some will complain it is no longer a works ride but it i the only seat, except non msma/crt that will be offered, I suspect and if he should out-perform the factory riders it will only add to his stock and 'prove' him right.

moto4moto4

July 17, 2013 1:15 PM

WSBK » Checa pinning hopes on test progress


It is interesting both the GP13 and Panigale WSBK seem to suffer. The main component in common is the monocoque attached to the engine as too the swinging arm at the rear. It seems likely this is, as yet, unable to provide the feedback top flight racers need. It is of further note that Kawasaki utilize the same idea on their ZX-14 but NOT on the outright sportsbike ZX-10R. This suggests they believe it wont work for the pinnacles of racing.


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