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April 01, 2014 7:53 AM

MotoGP » Why was the Honda RCV1000R short on fuel?


"Next is to get Stoner to blab durring the COTA race that the RCV he's watching isnt the one he tested..." Hmmm Stoner has been a good boy for whatever reason it may be but he hasn't exactly been a hypocrite since retiring. He hasn't lashed out further he's actually been quite tame in regards to his own opinions on the way the series is going. From his twitter it seems he cares more about rc cars than he does rc213v. I wouldn't hold my breath for an opinion from Stoner he probably still has a secrecy contract with Honda and doesn't appear to want to even test motogp bikes either.

V4Poweeeer

April 01, 2014 12:11 PM

MotoGP » Crutchlow, Dovizioso join Ducati test


"How many bikes in a field of 22 can consistently run top 4? Yep, 4." Don't forget the engine freeze exact same engine for all factory riders from their respective manufacturers. Also less chance to make drastic changes to the chassis. So I think you mean eight maybe 12 if Ducati get their sh#t sorted. "Not sure how relevent it is but CS did mention that one key riding technique was to deliberately push the bike over it's limit then initate a recovery, rather than bring the bike to it's limit then wait for it to let go and react to that." And thats the reason Guintoli said "f#ck this guy is riding like he doesn't wamt to come out of these corners" or something along those lines.

V4Poweeeer

April 01, 2014 6:01 AM
Last Edited 18 days ago

MotoGP » Why was the Honda RCV1000R short on fuel?


"valve springs should be a disadvantage but not as much has some people think, the Honda quote springs to mind in 2007" Hmmm yet Big Red still added them to their bike must be some benefit to it then. Heres a question what is the true displacement of the rcv1000r??? Also what is the true displacement of the rc213v??? Don't tell me their the same when Nakamoto was asked before the introduction of the 1000's what their displacement was and was fairly cryptic saying: "More than 800 less than 1000. Something in this area." I think the rcv1000r isn't the same displacement due to lack of pneumatics and the one year plus development time. Theres more to the proddy bike than meets the eye.

V4Poweeeer

April 01, 2014 5:36 AM
Last Edited 21 days ago

MotoGP » Why was the Honda RCV1000R short on fuel?


"I bet there's something in the customers contract keeping them from developing" Or their isnt a big enough bank account to pay for the bike upfront or afford to pay someone else for parts. Remember the only reason Redding is on that bike is thanks to a rich sugar daddy and Hayden thanks to Honda America. "If this sticker is broken then the warranty is void" Haha is this a joke cfsteazy or am I failing to read sarcasm and/or irony.

V4Poweeeer

April 02, 2014 6:35 AM

MotoGP » Honda announces new HRC President


"The first thing a new leader does is to make his mark and show who is boss. He does this by getting rid of the employees who he sees as making too many errors or not being efficient or effective." I bet he is appalled of what his predecessor let go on..... We are going to see change like never before, mark my words...... Oh wait this is Honda not Ducati, my bad. As realist says "business as usual".

V4Poweeeer

March 29, 2014 11:52 PM

WSBK » Camier called up to replace injured Barrier


@Joeski I'm not saying that I agree or disagree with you saying Camier got the bike where it is. However I dont think he was aboe to set to much direction for the bike last season and not as much development was achieved if he wasn't injured. Also don't forget as well that Eugenes electronics guy he brought over with him from Aprilia would have helped alot with improving the electronicstrategies on the motec system. Engine wise I think that's something the team has been working on regardless of who is riding the bike. All in all its good to see that Camier is being given a shot at making appearances.

V4Poweeeer

March 31, 2014 9:02 AM

MotoGP » Scott Redding - Q&A


"Redding probably won't do a darn thing in GP. You heard it here first." You'll never know unless he tries. "There is an unwritten rule on here that any new to the class rider has to be denigrated." Ohhh how do they hate it when the status qou is upset though. Heroes fall and others rise (in the case of Marquez). But it is so much easier to someone when struggling and try to keep them down.

V4Poweeeer

March 31, 2014 8:47 AM

WSBK » Camier called up to replace injured Barrier


@Joeski Completely agree, that it isn't just Eugene or Camier its a combination of everybody working on the project. It is fair to say those with the most experience will lead the way. Last year that was Camier but being injured stifled that. Look at Pata Honda as soon as Rae got injured the bikes development went backwards. End of the day it is a team sport even if it doesn't appear that way on track.


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