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V4Poweeeer

September 24, 2014 8:35 AM

MotoGP » Ducati confirms 'GP14.2' debut


"I say let the factories develop/build their bikes in the off season, then let the riders ride them. No in-season changes. No special dispensation to a "Factory Team" Only problem with that is if your competitor has a significantly better bike then you'll see greater domination and no improvement from the stragglers at the start of the season. If you **** up with a chassis or a swing arm very easy to have a handicap under that system.

V4Poweeeer

September 25, 2014 1:15 AM

MotoGP » Moto3: Gresini announces 2015 Honda return


Championship predictions are already in for next season in moto 3 bejesus is this really the class you want to be betting money on before a wheel has even turned. This season is still up in the air, Quartararo's records speak for themselves will be very interesting how it pans out. Smart move from Gresini those Hondas will still be the bike to be on next season.

V4Poweeeer

September 24, 2014 1:16 PM

MotoGP » Ducati confirms 'GP14.2' debut


@Grendlehop That I can agree with but what we have to remember is that with the engine freeze the only reason Yamaha has become somewhat competitive is through software development in the ecu. Otherwise Rossi and Jorge wouldn't be challenging for wins it would be like the first 10 races all over again. It would be great if all manufacturers bikes were the same spec it would be possible manufacturers look to keep costs down on the business side of things thats why lease prices are so high and their is a maximum of 4 factoty class bikes per manufacturer.

V4Poweeeer

September 24, 2014 2:18 AM

MotoGP » Ducati confirms 'GP14.2' debut


"Best laugh of the year is reading that Honda has a budget close to $1bn. Priceless.... " Last I heard it was $0.5bn the same figure the entire Honda motorcycles group claims for R&D well strike me stupid but I believe the RC213V isn't the only R&D project being undertaken in the Honda motorcycle group. I don't think that Mugen thing was done on a shoestring budget.

V4Poweeeer

September 24, 2014 2:14 AM

MotoGP » Ducati confirms 'GP14.2' debut


"Yamaha, Honda and the rest of Japanese motorcycle industry were in their prams when in Bimota, Aprilia, Ducati, MV, Guzzi and Piaggo used twin-spar and monocoque, trellis, hub-centred disk brake, Double swing arm, anti-squat, steering damper, aerodynamic faring....etc They just don't have Honda's and Yamaha's R&D budget." The 1919 Model W Harley-Davidson was one of the first if not the first ever stressed member frame your beloved small Italian manufacturers stole I mean "borrowed" ideas and concepts from others. The British were just as good as the Italian with bike design actually we don't even know what you are really trying to say it sounds like another Honda Dorna hate crusade though. Meet TalentFan if you haven't already he can teach you how to properly hate Dorna and Honda. This is a path (story) that we have already seen before and are actually quite sick of hearing it. ProfessorX can give you some background reading as well if you require such.

V4Poweeeer

September 24, 2014 9:43 AM

MotoGP » Official: Jack Miller to MotoGP with Honda


"Are you telling me that J.Miller wasn't on FTR?? lol lol lol, that shows how much you know. lol please find another excuse." In 2012 no Jack Miller wasn't on the FTR he was on the Honda chassis Fenati was on the FTR chassis. 2013 Miller moved to the German Honda team that is when he got on an FTR chassis and Fenati proceeded to place what tenth and Miller 6 by the end of the season meaning Fenati last season proceeded to a) ride worse or b) get out classed by Miller over the season same thing this season but you have your excuses though. That season there were Honda riders on Suter, Honda and FGR chassis among others the NSF250R chassis was one of the weakest the FTR chassis was the best. Vasquez and Antonelli both switched from the Honda chassis to the FTR chassis and immediately improved. You don't know as much as you think you do mate fair enough you like a but you haven't made a single credible argument that Febati is better than Miller. What happened to Biaggi when he got tha

V4Poweeeer

September 24, 2014 3:48 AM

MotoGP » Official: Jack Miller to MotoGP with Honda


"Honda & Co (AKA Dorna) know that Australian market is important and for that reason they want an Aussie on that factory Honda." Lol Australia isn't even an important market for Honda motorcycles their cars sell as well as they do anywhere else and their road bike sales are mainly learner motorcycles. Small capacity bikes targeted at city commuting very little motogp advertising if any for Honda motorcycles here. Lots of AMA motorcross advertising though dirtbikes sell much better here than superbikes. I don't even think they sell more than 1000 CBR1000RR's a year. Dorna loves to have riders for each round they have depending on funding. Australia unlike Argentina and Qatar relies on sound business principles for the event instead of rich oil moguls.


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