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March 19, 2015 6:35 PM

MotoGP » MotoGP: 'Never go back to 800cc'

JasonLewis: Nikisan Yes, you are the only one. It was a parade with not much battling. Guys settled into their pace and just politely followed each other. Casey and Lorenzo seemed to have a gentlemens agreement not to fight. It was a glorified time attack. Anyone with the guts to fight at the front usually couldn't get to the front in the first place, except Rossi. I still say bring back the 990's and their pre historic electronics. But WTF do I know? Nothing. I'm just a fan looking for entertainment
It's not and never has been about entertainment.


March 14, 2015 9:56 AM

MotoGP » 'Within a second' - Redding's target in Qatar

tuonogeorge: Because of the way 2strokes deliver there power weight is actually not as big a problem.2 stokes are faster than 4 strokes.As for Pedrosa up until MM era he was by far the fastest off the line by along way.All down to size and weight.also Reddings results improved when minimum weight was brought in.You are talking about motogp where size is not as big a factor unless your Pedrosa or say Caparosi who was also quick off the line.
what a load of uninformed rubbish


January 14, 2015 9:32 AM

MotoGP » VIDEO: Suzuki's MotoGP return documentary

Tim Wilkins: Suzuki has had great reliability since they worked out the bugs in the pneumatic valve system they integrated. Two full years before Yamaha and Honda gave it a try I might add. The engine problems Suzuki can handle. All the rest is at the level of winning already. I expect they will challenge for top 5 consistently.
The bike is a dog and will never podium. Top 5 ? you are dreaming!

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