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MotoMarc

April 06, 2015 5:22 PM

MotoGP » Honda decided against Stoner MotoGP return?


Honda is smart not to bring back CS for the reasons they noted plus the fact he wouldn't be good and would be trashed endlesly. I can't stand Casey because of his antics and poor sportmanship. I'll admit he HAD talent. As he is younger and not as far removed from MGP as Bayliss was from WSB he probably would do a little better but closer to 10th if all went well me thinks. So as a non fan Honda please let him back just to see him dragged through the mud. It would be fun. And for those that think Marquez would care or worse fears a comeback by CS that's just funny and sad.

MotoMarc

April 02, 2015 7:10 PM

MotoGP » Can Rossi crack COTA?


Agree it won't be easy as the track lends itself to the Hondas and now the Ducatis. If not a win a podium would be an improvement for Rossi on this track. But I like the rejuvenation of Rossi as he's come to grips with the M1 and the factory making changes to make him comfortable. Even in the darkest days on a Ducati I never thought he lost the ability or will (regardless of the haters comments) but his confidence did take a beating that took a year on the M1 to rebuild. He definitely looks much more comfortable and confident which I'd like to see at all the tracks. If we get more fights like the last race we're in for a great season.

MotoMarc

April 06, 2015 5:36 PM

MotoGP » ‘All concessions’ continue in MotoGP 2016


Open classes will continue and it doesn't seem fair to not allow Aprilia and Suzuki a say in ECU development. Allowing further development by a non-winning or competitive factory team makes sense until they start becoming competitive. Just like Ducati now should be stripped of any concessions and be made to play by the exact same rules that Factory Honda and Yamaha have to abide by.

MotoMarc

April 06, 2015 5:47 PM

WSBK » Davies ‘forcing entry’ to negate acceleration shortfall


All the folks I know that take Ducatis to the track (track day) like them for that purpose but most don't like them for every day street use. That's because the 1098/1198/9 and now 1299 and probably past iterations of thier superbikes were made for the purpose of track riding. While Japanese sportbikes are generally designed for both purposes with a little more street orientation as the factory knows 80-90% won't see much track duty. As others mentioned Ducati like Harley are smart as they capitalize on the "desire" their brand creates. Does that make all that ride them posers? No but there are a lot that are.

MotoMarc

April 01, 2015 4:52 PM

MotoGP » Rossi: One of my best ever wins


Garcia I recall the announcers saying during the race that if they (Ducati) gets a win or two or two 2nd places they'll lose the soft tyre and fuel or something like that. you note 3 dry wins to lose the from tyre. Thought that was first to go. The rules seem too lenient as they should lose all, tyres, fuel and engines if they start winning. I'm sure that Honda and Yamaha will get upset if Ducati continues with such advantages and they start winning. I know I would be.


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