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RFS131

September 23, 2014 11:03 PM
Last Edited 40 days ago

MotoGP » How big is too big for MotoGP?


Brain: If you start to feel a little froggy, hop on over the pond and i will take you up on any challenge you desire. I would bet better than even money that i have considerably more miles on bikes than you. Just this past weekend, we did a little 900 mile ride that consisted of nothing but mountain twisties. I doubt you get that much riding in 6 months, thats if you ride at all.
I'm in Northern California and I'll meet you at any track or any bit of twisty tarmac you'd prefer. You talk the talk...let's see you walk the walk! I assume you're on the west coast cuz there ain't sh!t for twisty mountain roads back east.

RFS131

October 09, 2014 10:33 PM

MotoGP » No seamless downshifts for Yamaha


Brain: Says the guy who wants to take GP back 30 years. GP is at least 20 times more popular today than this golden age you keep harping about. No, fans do not want to see Joe Blow pull into the infield of Mugello in his van, roll out his backyard special and go racing. We have move on, i suggest you do the same.
Maybe 20 times more popular in the hay field you're from but here in California the last major buzz for GP WAS 25-30 years ago. Back when it took a rider with balls to make wins happen. Now it only takes micro- jockies and micro-supercomputers to make wins happen. Add a bit of balls to that mix and you have what we've seen for the last two seasons...one man championship.

RFS131

September 24, 2014 9:35 PM
Last Edited 85 days ago

MotoGP » How big is too big for MotoGP?


Brain:
RFS131:
Brain: l.
assume you're on the west coast cuz there ain't sh!t for twisty mountain roads back east.
Might be the dumbest comment i have ever read.
Don't be yellow. Tell me where you're from so I can either smoke your a$$ or expose you as a fraud for being somewhere with no decent roads or tracks to learn and display your great motorcycling skills. Lol..you must be a drag racer from Nebraska. Sorry dude you lose by default.

RFS131

September 24, 2014 5:44 PM

MotoGP » How big is too big for MotoGP?


Codger: Take the weight and height of the biggest rider and the smallest rider. Split the difference in half and then increase the minimum weight of the bike by that amount. That would be the fairest to all the riders with the added bonus that manufacturing costs would be reduced. Instead of having to add ballast make some of the components out of less exotic materials. Sorted....who needs Dorna.
The consensus doesn't seem strong enough but it does seem this is the simplest and fairest solution. I seems playing with fuel limits introduces too many unnecessary variables.

RFS131

September 24, 2014 4:14 AM

MotoGP » How big is too big for MotoGP?


Brain: So its ok to discriminate against a 180 pound guy, but not a 170 pound guy.
He'll I don't know what the average weight of an adult male is but yeah equalize anything lighter than that number. For all I know it's 150 but if that's the average then it's majority rule. The light guy needs to meet the average and the heavy guy can race at the less than ideal (heavier) weight sink or swim. If they can make the field at 200 lbs then they've overcome a massive disadvantage... more power to em.


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