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June 25, 2014 7:55 PM

MotoGP » Guy Coulon (Tech 3) - Q&A

These GP bikes are definitely as rideable without tc and the other aids as any other motorcycle in the world. The throttle response can be tuned thru ignition and fuel just like always has been. Riders will be forced to take more caution with the throttle is all. The teams who don't have the tuners and riders to make the most if the bike will be slower...just like in the 500 and early 4stroke day. Simple really. "Unrideable" is a myth continually propagated by the pro-electronics gallery. Electronics have become way too invasive...let the riders detect the wheelspin not the ecu. Yes I'm sure overall the the bike will be harder to ride as fast as they are today but the rider would once again be most important determining factor.


June 24, 2014 9:40 PM

MotoGP » Guy Coulon (Tech 3) - Q&A

RFS131: Oh no! I can't twist the throttle like Valentino without highsiding!! Guy Culo: "no worries we have some cool electronics that should take care of your throttle control issues" I guess it's true...electronics do save some riders careers.
Rossi is probably the poster child for electronics lengthening a riders career.
Rossi is the only rider out there to have actually proven beyond a reasonable doubt that he can win on a big bike without mommy...I mean electronics there to hold his hand.


June 04, 2014 5:34 PM

MotoGP » Scott Redding pulls out of TT appearance

Scott Redding is too young to understand decisions regarding life and death. I think a lot of racers and fans want to be a part of this event because they want to be associated with the balls to the wall, Hard a$$, tough as nails, image of the TT competitor out there tempting death. Unfortunately most never really comprehend the decision a roads racer makes to go racing knowing this activity could very well kill them. All these racers know the risk same as I do when riding fast or just riding a motorcycle in general...this is a potentially deadly activity. I've had some big and scary get-offs that caused moments of reflection but in the end going fast is why I live and I'll never give it up for fear of dying. I would have a hard time watching my children engaged in something so dangerous but I would except it if it was their passion. It's unfortunate that some people will never recognize that we should have the right to determine our own path as long as it doesn't physically hurt


June 03, 2014 10:49 PM

RR » TT2014: Karl Harris loses life in Superstock incident

Why should anybody who dies as a result of taking a risk in life be looked at any different than roads racers? I guess you do-gooder a-holes say the same thing about them too? No? Then stfu and get over it. Live life while you can because nobody...and I mean NOBODY gets out alive. Sure it hurts to hear the news about someone you know or are more familiar with but realistically their lives aren't anymore valuable than anybody else. TT racers will always be my personal heroes...dead or alive. RIP

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