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Garcia

August 20, 2014 11:25 AM

MotoGP » Redding waiting on Gresini for MotoGP 2015


I'm glad to hear that Honda want Redding on a factory bike, he definetly has done more than enough to deserve it. The problem is which one... Crutchlow and Miller will go to LCR and Gresini are switching to Aprilia..? For me he's 100% right not wanting to 'mess around' for a few years on uncompetitive Open bikes, he can't afford it, the Factories these days are already looking at moto3 kids to hire, Miller to LCR? probably Quartararo will be next! Waste a few years at the back of the grid and your chance may be gone. I really hope he can get on a good bike because he's a great rider from a great generation of agressive moto2 riders Marquez, Iannone, Espargaro. I am sure Honda know it and I hope can arrange to get him on a good bike.

Garcia

August 19, 2014 11:56 AM

MotoGP » Rossi, Lorenzo debut 2015 Yamaha


SasquatchBob:
Garcia: If my calculations are correct, here is some Brno data: A Iannone was 36. 4 seconds faster than last year. A Dovizioso was 20 seconds faster than last year. V Rossi was 7.77 seconds faster than last year J Lorenzo almost 4.8 s faster than last year. D Pedrosa was 3.24 s faster than last year. S Bradl was 1 second slower than last year M Marquez was 6.525 slower than last year. A Bautista about 27s slower than last year. Both Tech 3 crashed last year.
Interesting. My memory fails me, what were the conditions like last year?
Haha good question, according to Motogp.com : This Year Track Condition: Dry. Air: 17 C . Humidity: 71per cent. Ground: 23C Last year: Track Condition: Dry. Air: 17 C. Humidity: 70 per cent. Ground: 23C Virtually the exact same!

Garcia

August 19, 2014 11:13 AM

MotoGP » Rossi, Lorenzo debut 2015 Yamaha


If my calculations are correct, here is some Brno data: A Iannone was 36. 4 seconds faster than last year. A Dovizioso was 20 seconds faster than last year. V Rossi was 7.77 seconds faster than last year J Lorenzo almost 4.8 s faster than last year. D Pedrosa was 3.24 s faster than last year. S Bradl was 1 second slower than last year M Marquez was 6.525 slower than last year. A Bautista about 27s slower than last year. Both Tech 3 crashed last year.

Garcia

August 19, 2014 11:42 AM

MotoGP » Rossi, Lorenzo debut 2015 Yamaha


LeisureSuitLarry: The 2015 Honda's and Yamaha's are simply 'evolutions' of the existing model. The new Ducati is exactly that - a brand new motorbike in every respect. And in case you hadn't noticed, Ducati has already 'tested' the new motor under race conditions - it was introduced at Indy and will be used for the rest of the season. A far more rigorous and realistic test programme for the new motor than a couple of test days.
I imagine the new Ducati engine is designed to run 24 litres of fuel ?

Garcia

August 18, 2014 11:57 AM
Last Edited 8 days ago

MotoGP » Crutchlow out early with shoulder pain


Poor Cal, his time as factory rider didn't last long.... I still don't know what where Ducati thinking and why they hired him, anyone could see Cal and that bike are a match made in hell! I think he's been really lucky to get Bradls bike, it's a full factory Honda, closest thing to what Marquez is riding. I actually think the bike may suit Cal a bit better than the M1 did. So if he Ducati experience hasn't totally destroyed his confidence, he could have a good season in LCR, who knows. He really needs to stop crashing though. I look forward to seeing a bit of Crutchlow - Redding rivalry next year, go Redding, lol!

Garcia

August 18, 2014 4:59 PM

MotoGP » Brno MotoGP test times - Monday (5pm)


I thought Bradl is riding the 2013 bike, the same bike on which Marquez won the championship last year, minus a few spec, same as Pol and Smith are riding last years M1. Bautista the same but with different suspension and brakes. Both are really underperforming this season so I'm not surprised they have lost their seat. It will be interesting to see what Cal and Redding can do on those hondas, they are potential podium bikes.

Garcia

August 17, 2014 7:58 PM

MotoGP » Moto2 Czech Republic - Race Results


Yearby l agree Heuwen and Ryder talk mostly crap but l like Aegerter so l side with them on this lol. I think what they mean is Aegerter is having good performances, running with the front runners and often being the "best of the rest", while riders like luthi, corsi, zarco, nakagami etc who were up there last year are not so much this year. Obviously Vinales is the revelation in moto2, l'm sure they realize, but Aegeter, considering he's not in the best team and he's on a sutter , is doing really good job to be riding with the front runners and won a race ( look where his team mate is). The thing is, looks like he's only doing well now, but he's been strong all year but has had too much bad luck: two DNFs because engine failure, Torres bike hitting him, wrong tyres in wet race, etc. With more luck he could easily be third in championship behind the Marc vds bikes. Maybe he can still do it, l secretly hope, haha.


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