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April 10, 2014 1:04 PM

MotoGP » Smith 'refocuses', Pol Espargaro 'stronger'


"Espargaro the Moto2 champ and 'for sure' far better rider, will beat Smith even he has a better bike and full season in MotoGP under belt." 1. They have the same bike just different setups as each rider and their team wishes 2. Pol hasn't exactly set the world on fire yet 3. Moto2 champ sure but its not like Smiths tech 3 bike was the bike to be on Yep bet your life savings on the one I would not!!!

V4Poweeeer

April 10, 2014 1:29 PM
Last Edited 6 days ago

MotoGP » ‘The lap time difference was 0.3 second’


"Yep, the biggest problem with this site most didn't watch those era's and try to imagine GP as something its not" As far as I'm concerned the tyre wars is what muddied the water but gaps in the end were normally the same, which were fairly large not much different to the 800 era. IMO the series is looking good for the future we have 8 factory bikes of the same spec and Ducati Suzuki and Aprilia allowed to play catchup. The electronics while not being dumbed down will become like ohlins everybody uses them but no one blames their results on them. We could have 12 plus bikes that are potential race winners as long as the in season development freeze remains. My radical change would be to throw the three race winners from moto3, moto2 and motogp on 9 bikes all of the same spec for a final race of the weekend purely for the show (and bragging rights for the riders). Whether it be a 5 lap moped race or a 10 lap supermotard race who cares it would improve the show. Cmon Carmello get crea

V4Poweeeer

April 10, 2014 8:50 AM

MotoGP » ‘The lap time difference was 0.3 second’


"False advertising, if I was Greseni or Aspar I would be at least threatening a lawsuit." Caveat Emptor, read the spec sheet not vague statements made by a man who's main language isn't even English. Ignorence only benefits lawyers.... "can any of you remember the NSRV's, the ROC's/Harris's, RG's, TZ's and RS's?" Yep most would have loved to have run 32 sec behind the race winner, come to think about it running within 32 sec would have been a top ten result. But hey most forget that how stretched out 500cc and 990cc races were by the end of a race. Sure there were some good battles but hey we still get good battles today.

V4Poweeeer

April 09, 2014 7:12 AM

MotoGP » Hayden pins hopes on twisty bits


"So on a bike 1 or 2% inferior only... that means settle for slower.... or risk crashing trying to race a full factory bike and go for a podium." Wheres this inferior quality on the rcv1000r cause it ain't on the m1's and rc213v's. Theres still more to setup than electronics don't forget swingarm pivot, headstock and suspension some riders just don't have the feel necessary to set the bikes up properly no matter who helps them. Marquezs old 125 ohlins tech did say that Marc was the best gp rider that he had ever worked with setting a bike up. Probably a Honda shindig in texas but hey if Marc gets away Bradl, Pedro, and Bautista only have themselves to blame.


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