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February 27, 2015 3:57 PM
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MotoGP » VIDEO: Iannone - The Ducati is fantastic!

Yeah no cake for nobody indeed. Let's leave Ducati in its own ****, kick Suzuki & Aprilia out of the door and just fill the grid with a handful of Yamahas & Hondas. Gotta think harder pal, it's not only Ducati who was in trouble. Yamaha & Honda annihilated all opposition over the past decade. Those 2 factories aside, nobody couldn't afford the cost or the logistics to compete under a full prototype regulations. Things needed change at a dramatic level or this championship was condemned. DORNA forced Honda & Yamaha to accept a capital redefinition of the rules starting from last year.... Et voila, Ducati was capable to develop a proper new bike, Suzuki, Aprilia are back and more to come. And the tyre rule still doesn't make any sense. Now this is reality for you.


February 27, 2015 2:20 PM

MotoGP » VIDEO: Iannone - The Ducati is fantastic!

PR: @TF2 If they want harder tyres for the race then why don't they sign up for the full factory category? They want the cake and eat it too? Don't get me wrong, I want to see as many bikes as possible fighting for the 1st position but the deal they got is pretty fair in my opinion.
Why ? Never heard of development and testing freeze for the factory class I guess... No way Ducati could've developed and built their new bike under the factory restrictions, free development is the only reason they entered the factory 2 class. The tyre rule brings nothing to the table in terms of competition. It's a fake rule only to make the start of the race look more entertaining.


February 27, 2015 2:04 AM

MotoGP » Incidents mar Michelin MotoGP test

crashnetdummies: Michelin never managed to produce a rider-friendly front tyre in the past. In comparison all the riders laud Bridgestone's. This is going to be funny, not.
I think Vale would disagree with you, though that was a different era.
Exactly different era. Bridgestone was new to the competition and everything is relative also. Once ready BGS developed an amazing front tyre, way more reliable than the Michelin. I'm baffled people aren't aware of that, the racers have been very vocal about it for years now.


February 06, 2015 4:21 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: One lap doesn't win you a race

Polyccio: You're way too sensitive, CND. If Jorge had the fastest time in the bag, it would be a different story. Do you disagree?
Too sensitive, or just having a wee bit o fun ? The fact that Jorge's pace is closer to the Hondas than his (not so) hot lap implied flew over your head apparently. It's called looking at the bright side... Nothing wrong with that. As for Day 2, it's true Jorge set the fastest lap but his pace was actually pretty good too. Keep nitpicking though, haters gonna hate, amirite ?

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