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MrThundersaki

February 28, 2014 12:20 AM

MotoGP » Jorge Lorenzo silent after more tyre misery


RE: The discussion 'Did Marquez Win because JLo was injured' - what about Pedrosa?! Injured, and 25 points (arguably) lost with TC 'issue'. Also, this shows that #99 is either unwilling, unable, or apprehensive about his chances of being able to adapt his riding style. Other riders do it, he probably could. But having a cry about it isn't going to help. He could do wih taking a leaf out of Rossi's little black book of PR wisdom. I reckon #46 with open rules would have a good shot of the WC, assuming the soft does the distance. Maybe even with a half decent hard setting. No-one has even asked Yam if they've tried the open kit ( I assume ) - has anyone noticed any differences in the tanks? Unless Yam are using Asparagus as their mule........ Ironic that Honda are benefiting most from this and it's them who are puffing their chests aganst Dorna!

MrThundersaki

February 05, 2014 7:17 PM

MotoGP » Nicky Hayden: If I'm honest, it's demoralising


Firstly, this is a great thread :) I'm a bit surprised about all proddy Honda times. I thought pneumatic valves were mainly for fuel saving at the top-end, but I guess that's not entirely correct....... Without seamless the proddy bikes need at least the same power as the protos, just to get into the top ten. But let's remember, that all proddy bikes are here this year as filler, in anticipation of leveling the rule book next year. I agree with some of the other posters, last years machinery should have been sold, maybe with the engines on lease, just for a year. If the 24l bikes can run richer it means they're running cooler so can, in theory, get more bang from the extra juice without frying their heads. Add that to 12 lumps per year and they should be vicious fast. Maybe the teams that own the engines are saving them a bit because they're so expensive, in fact is there an engine limit during testing? Rev limits might be a good option, that would save fuel and money, but the extra



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