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June 19, 2014 12:28 AM

MotoGP » Ryan Villopoto visits MotoGP

Absolutely agree, RV is at the pinnacle of MX fitness and ability and there would be plenty of road racers wanting to catch up with him. The real story in this is that he is in Europe checking it all out again (unfortunately with a busted knee) and hopefully he is one step closer to that ultimate MX battle which will be a season in Europe battling Cairoli. He has said in the past that he would like to have a season in Europe and there would be many thousands of people who would love to see TC vs RV for a whole season.


May 13, 2014 3:50 AM

MotoGP » Gabarrini talks Redding, RCV1000R

We've got to compare apples for apples here, this bike was never intended to be comparable in performance with either of the current Honda or Yamaha full factory prototypes. In fact it's not even fair to compare it to the Forward bikes as they are simply a factory prototype minus the seamless gearbox and factory ecu. In many ways the arrangement of the customer Honda should be the formula for Motogp in the coming years, it'll allow heaps more manufacturers to easily create a competitive bike and in that respect it's sort of like going back to the future.


April 28, 2014 10:29 PM

MotoGP » Argentina MotoGP - Race Results

Gee wiz, whilst the analysts amongst us are arguing over whether this is VR's finest non-podium finish yet or whether the world championship is the pinnacle of motorcycle engineering, we have missed the real story in the results which is just how competitive the open class is (ie. remove the factory bikes from the results), and that at a new track in the absence of historical data the open Honda seemed to go quite well. And for the record, and the analysts, the world championship is an ENTERTAINMENT business, not an ENGINEERING business, open class is the future but MM will still win nearly all the races until a new king arrives (much like VR used to do when he was the king).

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