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November 17, 2015 2:07 PM

MotoGP » ‘Time is a gentleman’ in Marquez, Rossi rift

VR has the biggest fan following in motor sport world, When he accuses a rider it is potentially a huge blow for the good name of the companies who are funding him because of recent social media evolution. No company would want to be in this situation of getting abused by fans across the globe. They would prove themselves clear of not doing anything wrong and distance themselves from the incident ASAP. Honda did neither of the two. They are not investing in billions to get bad name when the main aim of funding is to promote their Brand. No corporate giant like Honda/Repsol will play the gentleman game by saying "we have the proof but won't release for not to stir the case further" specially when they feel the acquisition is false. Infact they are the ones who keep stirring it with empty explanations. The guilty ones will have the lot of convincing job to do, Honda is doing that now.


November 17, 2015 3:17 PM

MotoGP » ‘Time is a gentleman’ in Marquez, Rossi rift

@Truefan Better read what I said correctly better posting nonsense IQ comment which I guess you have it low. Even if VR's acquisition was false, what is blocking corporate giants Honda and Repsol to expose the evidence to save their brand name from getting tarnished? None will keep giving repeated empty explanations, specially when they say they have the evidence. We are not fools to believe blood thirsty corporate giants will invest in billions and play gentleman game against false acquisition which would put their integrity on line. I by this say VR's acquisition is not false. If it was false, they would have already proved it. Honda/Repsol are no slouch, they can dig deeper than VR.


November 12, 2015 2:40 AM

MotoGP » Honda postpones Sepang data - again

Data about wheel lock, front wheel RPM and level of brake applied at that instant of kick(if really kicked) is instantly available from the computers of those guys sitting in Repsol box or atleast when they received Marc's bike back into box. They had enough time before RD meet, they didn't want to produce such basic level data readily available is the sign of they were trying to hide something, took time to alter it and said first about the data evidence after 10 days. They are still unsure about their work and hence keep postponinh with different reasons. Only empty vessels will keep making noise to sound like they are honest. Real honest men won't wait to prove, after all Honda is not too gentle man like they are trying to project now.


November 11, 2015 1:00 PM

MotoGP » Casey Stoner to test for Ducati?

@yearby23 "Barros told Yamaha to flatten the torque curve to get wider power band" Initial steps are very crucial, Barros gave a good base, credits to that, but this does not mean Barros developed it, he just guided the direction. Was he there actively present until the Yamaha became a highly competitive machine? Do you believe Rossi had Zero inputs between 2004-08? Do you believe initial direction from Barros solved Yamaha's problems instantly without any further work? Barros did a good job, the purpose of your statement was not to give Barros the credit he deserves but to take away the credit what VR deserves. You simply wanted to register your hate, nothing more. You did that, have a good day...


November 12, 2015 2:47 AM

MotoGP » Rossi: Yamaha ‘bit more in trouble’ with Michelin

Everybody busy talking about new ECU and comparing fronts of Michelin and BS forgot about warm-up performance of BS which was super good. May be they'll talk about it only When they start to do real hot laps after fixing every other details. If Michelin is not going to have the level of warm-up offered by BS, JL will be in trouble. Rocket fast laps out of box, first couple of flyers in race were his major weapons in 2015 which are directly dependent on extremely good warm up of BS tyres. May be JL will have to race his rivals wheel to wheel, not with a gap at front from them, which is clearly a tougher job.


November 12, 2015 10:34 AM

MotoGP » Harder Michelin still needs work, says Pedrosa

whatever, everything will take some time to settle down properly. To me the races of 2016 will be unpredictable by big margins because riders cannot predict how the tyres will behave in different track surfaces and temps. Michelin needs lots of data to produce a tyre that behaves predictably across different variations. Until Michelin has enough data for that,, Lot will depend on how good riders assess and adapt to instantaneous situations. Riders will wait for Red light to vanish with more things in head. Can't wait... should be a brand new kind of season...


November 12, 2015 1:58 AM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: We've made good step forward

Both Yamaha riders will struggle to get out of their trusted winning formula to adopt new ways of winning. More wheelie, slide, front less reliable will mean it would be very tough to get Yamaha running on the rails like it used to be with BS, Lorenzo hates movements, will find it tough to tame it. Now they have to revert back to trusting their feel more than their faith on bike, that will need sharp skills to react for every small changes felt. Rossi can do the old school racing, more mistakes more fun but will suffer because his sharp skills will surely fade with age. Both will need monumental efforts to repeat 2015.

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