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RFS131

February 12, 2015 10:11 PM

MotoGP » MotoGP top speeds ‘medium-term concern’


I can understand limiting a group b rally car because no way to reduce the hazards on public roads but for circuit racing just seems ridiculous. The trackside hazards are minimal these days and if riders start making contact with walls, etc the track should be modified. Shameful that the lives lost since Kato's death have not involved trackside dangers yet reducing speed is the safety focus.

RFS131

February 17, 2015 3:49 PM

WSBK » Best position at start of a season for Rea


Matt2: But on the real topic, its looking pretty good for Rea 2015. Now we just sit back and wait for the Sykes meltdown.
Lol just reminded me of electric light orchestra song "Showdown". While I sure hope we do get showdown between these two...I anticipate a meltdown. "Bad dreamer, what's your name? Looks like we ridin' on the same train Looks as though there'll be more pain There's gonna be a "Meltdown"

RFS131

February 16, 2015 5:51 PM

MotoGP » FIRST LOOK: Ducati’s 2015 MotoGP machine


juanmorenomatias: A very beautiful Aprilia RSV4 modding. Melandri shoul be ridding this. It seem beautiful, compact and light, but definitely it is NOT a Ducati. I wish the best for the Abomination Team. Since the arrival of the Deltabox to the "Ducati" box reults are gone, something to thing of.
Safe to say then that you know what a "Ducati" is even better than Ducati themselves. You are brilliant!!

RFS131

February 17, 2015 5:35 PM

MotoGP » FIRST LOOK: Ducati’s 2015 MotoGP machine


Agree with beard9x here. Honda is the reason for the two tier, three tier, racing, we've been dealing with. There refusal to adopt the proposed electronics package is what created the separate "open" class in the first place. Sure it would have been a step back for Honda and Yamaha but would have leant to closer racing. Ducati had nothing to lose by going to open class and have only possibly gained in preparations for 2016 control ecu in the interim. They definitely don't have any advantage at present when it comes to running a race distance against factory Honda and Yamaha. Honda and and Yamaha split the series and Ducati refused to play their game. Next year everybody will play as equals...except for "non" factory teams of course, they'll still be disadvantaged from a development standpoint but that's racing. IMO Ducati and Gigi have done an amazing job of getting this bike up to speed...the real test will be next year tho.


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