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March 04, 2015 3:35 PM

MotoGP » Avintia’s seamless Ducati gearbox…

Barbera has performed brilliantly so far on the Avintia Ducati. Give him a GP15! The seamless shift doesn't fully account for the 1.3 second gap to next Open Class bike...maybe a couple of tenths at best. The rest? Who knows, but timing says he's done very well indeed. He's probably enjoying it again too, especially given the sad way the Kawasaki situation plowed along for Avintia...


March 04, 2015 4:07 PM

MotoGP » Michelin: ‘Elbow’ style to stay in 2016

JedPB67: ...I'd say Bradl brought this extreme elbow down style to MotoGP when he arrived in 2012.
At times, Bradl is pretty much shoulder down! Unfortunately, his results didn't quite back up his potential.
Brain: What im waiting to here is if the front tire is going to allow the acrobatic moves under braking that Marquez has perfected.
Yes, we look forward to that prospect! At least we have this year to savour...


March 15, 2015 7:28 AM

F1 » Hamilton romps to Australian Grand Prix win

Wow...and people complain about MotoGP because only 4 bikes regularly share the podium! Doesn't look like I'll be watching too much F1 this year. Pity. Obviously, well done to Mercedes, you can hardly blame them for building the best car again this year,,,and Lewis, for not making any mistakes...but the local tiddly winks competition looks positively gripping in comparison!


March 15, 2015 2:32 PM

MotoGP » Qatar MotoGP test times - Saturday (Final)

I'd like to get excited by these Ducati times - I really would - but Crazy Joe is only a quarter of a second ahead of his times from the same test last year. I'm more interested in the comments from the riders about how the bikes feel than simply who tops the time sheets in testing. They're all doing fairly short test runs, and who knows what they're testing? It's encouraging to see the top ten times within a second, and very encouraging to hear positive reports from Ducati factory lads. It's also good to see Suzuki appearing to be relatively close to the pace. We're still some distance from seeing a change to the status quo at the front, from my analysis.


March 05, 2015 4:25 PM

MotoGP » EXCLUSIVE: Scott Redding - Q&A

Last year was a stepping stone, Scott... Moto2 to Honda Proddy is less of a step in power than Honda Proddy to factory Honda...It doesn't matter how you go in the first couple of races, but you need to make your mark here, and early in the season. The competition is more intense than even last year. Good luck, but don't feel entitled to anything more than this chance. The rest is up to you!

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