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April 14, 2014 6:06 PM

MotoGP » Rossi: We destroyed the front tyre


The race for Rossi is as what it is. Without tyre problem, Rossi still can't beat Iannone which is riding better rhythm. To say he lost the podium is overrated. It's belong to Iannone if the tyre were good for this track. Rossi can't even overtake Iannone properly when he overshoot it. Rossi still can't overtake Iannone when the tyre was done for both of them. It's a simple logic as it is.

some1

May 07, 2014 6:33 PM
Last Edited 114 days ago

MotoGP » Dovi: Top four ride in a completely different way


Ducati history tells it's strength is push to the extreme while leaning. Forgarty and Bayliss did that on SBK. Capirossi did the same when won at Jerez and Brnos. Stoner show it can be done on other tracks too when winning several GPs on Ducati. Top speed is not the only Ducati strength. Now Dovi realized it to. Rossi know it too but don't dare to do it. Basically, Dovi and Crutchlow tell everyone they're the weakness of Ducati when they can't deal with the requirement to lean it hard. I think Crazy Joe will surpass both of the factory rider when discover how to do it soon. I'm afraid this is kind of bike that Marquez would like. Those Honda lean angle are so fake to the old school riding standard.

some1

May 03, 2014 4:55 AM
Last Edited 118 days ago

MotoGP » Forward won’t push Edwards… but will he jump?


I would say it's a mixed of things that reduced his overall performances. He may had a bad luck inherited Spies's bike. The frame doesn't works as he thought so, like adding salt to the injuries. He probably getting fed up had to ride with Yamaha style which is used a lots of efforts while handling it delicately not like the other bike you could go as aggressive as you like . Finally, the age factor crawling into him. The focus level going down, often overshoot his gas and the TC annoyed him like hell when the timing between those two are not aligned. One solution. Anger management... Jeremy McWilliams probably could give him a good advice how to ride furiously at this age.

some1

April 18, 2014 4:36 AM

MotoGP » Suzuki wraps up Austin test, top Open pace


Suzuki need to trim another second to be comparable to Factory Open class such as Ducati. Then they're ready for a wildcard race. Stoner definitely could make Suzuki hotter when applying lower engine braking and reduced TC interferences. But I doubt they will get Stoner to finalized the factory test since he tied to Honda. Probably Alex Barros could be more useful as an alternative. Biaggi too still sharp in finding the stronger top end like Stoner. If those top end could be improved, Suzuki definitely able to trim another seconds from the lap time.

some1

March 14, 2014 5:10 PM

MotoGP » Ducati Open or Factory? The wait continues…


I never heard other Open team complaint about Ducati. I only heard Repsol Honda complaint about Ducati. What ECU Ducati used is what other Open team uses too. If Repsol Honda think it benefit Ducati, So ask their Honda factory write better software than MM. Repsol Honda has no say in what Open teams will used or the number of fuel consumption and engine allocations. They choose to be Factory class, so keep the mouth shut. While the Dorna's technical Spianard guys not even had a clue what their Open team regulation just blindly agree with Repsol Honda complaint like a fool and create stupid Factory 2 class without referring the Open class specification. I can't understand why they hired donkeys to ruin our beloved sport..

some1

March 07, 2014 6:07 PM

MotoGP » MotoGP Factory 2 triggered by Ducati 'advantage'


Ducati could still make another brilliant move by pulling out full factory support out of MotoGP and the factory team become a privateer team in an instant. (remember Kawasaki) Then nobody will filling those stupid Factory 2 status. Unless Dorna come out with another stupid idea making silly rules out of thin air. ps - During 1000cc extra weight silly rules, Dorna was not bet on Pedrosa but Lorenzo was the focus to get back title because they know the Honda was screwed it's balance.


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