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May 14, 2015 3:33 AM

MotoGP » Jorge Lorenzo fifth on all-time GP win list

Numbers are just numbers, direct comparisons aren't always fair, can't help but notice that Lorenzo in his first 7 years won only two races more than What Rossi won in his first 4 years... want to talk about superior Honda of those days?? How about this, Rossi in his next 7 years won 13 races more than What Lorenzo did in his first 7 years,, difference is Rossi started with an underdog Yamaha, it was already an established bike when Lorenzo arrived...


May 13, 2015 11:55 AM

MotoGP » Shoulder checks for Iannone after testing fall

characteristics of tracks like mugello and Philip islands doesn't favour a bike or factory strongly,, they have long straights, flowing corners that are very fast with elevation changes,, they primarily belong to insanely brave riders,, Rossi dominated in PI with 5 wins in a row, then stoner came and won 7 in a row,, Rossi also dominated mugello with 7 in a row,,


May 08, 2015 7:22 AM

MotoGP » Espargaro hoping for home Suzuki boost

Bring the power and build a chassis around it, building the chassis and bolting in more power will sometimes Rob the handling efficiency if current chassis is already handling the maximum power it can. seamless shift gives more speed but not more power, it increases efficiency by making bike More stable. Bikes don't transfer entire power generated in engine to track through wheels, there is always some power lost through various mechanical linkages and leverages between engine and tyres, seamless shift just reduces the power lost in this sequence... So more power will surely demand chassis rework or change...

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