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August 03, 2014 3:48 AM

MotoGP » Cal Crutchlow leaves Ducati for Honda?

Will Crutchlow get HRC support I doubt it but the rules do dictate that satellite riders have to have the same spec engine as all the other factory class bike so its easier for the manufacturer to build four bikes of the same spec. Crutchlow say hello to Showa and/or Nissen they will be your new friends next season. I can see the factory support going to Redding next season but HRC might decide to leave factory support for satallite riders out completely next season. British passports trumps all others once again.


August 03, 2014 3:14 AM

MotoGP » Crutchlow out, Iannone in at Ducati

CWM World British sponsor wants British rider cue Crutchlow... Not an HRC backed decision but probably approved, Crutchlow for the first time in your GP career say hello to Nissen and/or Showa branded equipment. Scott Redding to replace Bautista on the Gresini satallite bike maybe he will get the HRC support rather see him supported than Crutchlow. After under performing by mid next season Crutchlow will let us know that riding like Lorenzo doesn't work on a Honda. Crazy crazy decision people Crutchlow I wish your GP career a swift kick to the balls and reduced back to SBK where you will be humiliated by Sykes. I suppose it wont be three seasons that Dovi has embarrassed you as your teammate.


August 02, 2014 9:26 AM

MotoGP » Yamaha to enter Nakasuga for Motegi

@CarmelitoEzpeleta Don't worry ten/one have the contract from next year they were fairly slack in recent years though no HD and cutting races in favor of golf or f1. Its all on pay tv at the moment along with all free practice and qualifying session and they play air them later on when a bigger motorsports event is on but thats not very often. The new ten/one contract for next year will be all the official Dorna broadcasts in HD covering the entire race weekend.


August 02, 2014 10:34 AM

MotoGP » Red Bull increases Honda backing

Crutchlow to LCR how crazy can silly season be who would have thought he'd get a Yamaha or Honda ride. Quick Ducati get Miller out of the Clutches of contract dispute an Aussies know how to ride Ducatis for some strange reason they just know how to make them work. Idk seems strange that Crutchlow would choose this over guaranteed factory support and paycheck for next season I hope this 2015 Ducati is a beast and Crutch looks like a fool if so the guy is out of his depths at times.


August 02, 2014 4:11 AM

WSBK » Suzuki keen to retain Lowes, Laverty for 2015

@ProffesorX Do you even think about what you write you act like wsbk is somehow different to GP in organization. Yes Suzuki is a good bike their all good bikes only problem is they ain't championship contenders unless they get Ducati concessions or they are a factory effort. You choose to neglect this also have you not looked at the rules for next year factory efforts are not being pushed from SBK to GP as I suspected will happen but what it does look like is Aprilia move to GP and due to budget restrictions either a. Half ass the SBK effort or b. Half ass the GP effort or c. Half ass both. Sbk requires a factory effort just as much as GP does read the rules going forward and this isn't going to change.


August 01, 2014 11:34 AM

MotoGP » Red Bull increases Honda backing

"Pedrosa's crash showed just how unmanageable and aggressive (for a human) the massive engine power delivery is, without a raft of electronic signals telling the ECU what inputs to allow." What it showed was what happens when an outside force does something that you don't expect kinda like someone sneaking up on you and slapping you in the back of the head you wouldn't have had control of the situation anyway. Its also similar to if they were rubbing fairings and one of their brake lever got jammed on outside interferences aren't built into the design. Pedrosas accident was nithing more than a one off incident to a sensor that was never intended to be hit only ones who learned anything was the HRC engineers that they now need to take close racing I to consideration in their design. The whole point of racing is to push things to the absolute limit if your not trying to do that then you've lost what the true meaning of why people go racing is manufacturers and riders alike.


August 01, 2014 11:44 AM

MotoGP » Red Bull increases Honda backing

"Thing is Honda & Yamaha HAVE access to the spec ECU and software through their Open Class entrants. So they have plenty of time to work out how to convert their bespoke stuff to the language the spec ECU needs." Well everyone is allowed to get their hands in this stuff its not top secret IP its a shared resource Aprilia is getting data from Ioda, Suzuki is getting data as they test their machine, Yamaha will be looking at Aleixs as well and Honda will of course be working with the open teams heck even Ducati is getting in on he gig with Hernandez.

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