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March 22, 2014 10:01 AM

MotoGP » Rossi: Espargaro is the race favourite in Qatar

Factory's have been shackling talent on Satellite bikes for years by ensuring those riders were restricted. Look at Hayden right now! The rules allowed Vale to race Open Class and have what AE has right now. You should remember it is Vale's own Team that made the decision to ignore Open and stay Factory, even after VR expressed interest in OC.
Partially true, but doing the reverse of a wrong won't do a right. As a Vale fan I particularly feel this situation is damaging as I won't be able to enjoy what seemed to be Vale's last shot at constant podium contention.


March 22, 2014 10:04 AM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: Open class has too much advantage

Painless: @lux What unprofessionalism are you referring to? Lorenzo doesn't like the "Phillip Island" safety tyre and his Yamaha feels hopeless with its 20 litres 'economy run' fuel restriction. The first issue is Bridgestone. When Stoner got thrown under the bus with the soft carcass front tyre, that Bridgestone introduced as a knee jerk reaction to a few cold races, he was branded a moaner. But now that Lorenzo suffers from another Bridgestone stuff up it is Dorna's fault? For the second point. Dorna wants to stop the out of control electronics, but first of all they have to wrest control of it from the factories. Yamaha think that their software is so magnificent that they can overcome all of the handicaps and still win. That was their choice. Lorenzo chose to ride for the factory Yamaha team, his choice. The Dorna stuff up is to back pedal with this Factory 2 rubbish. Ducati followed the rules and when they did Dorna changed them. Spineless!
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