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January 30, 2014 5:34 PM

MotoGP » Mamola: Hayden on a Honda will be something


With the opinion around here of the tires being the end all when it comes to performance from one manufacturer to the next it does make me wonder how wsbk competition has survived with single supplier formula for so long? Do you guys think maybe they are setting the bikes up accordingly? Are the sbk teams just that much smarter than GP teams ? Just spit-balling here.

RFS131

January 27, 2014 11:26 PM

MotoGP » Moto2: Josh Herrin 'this place is sick!'


Simple guys. When someone has something so awesome almost beyond improvement it kind of makes you sick that it's not yours or it wasn't your idea. So said with a defeated tone "that's just sick" makes sense...does it not? It's like saying "that's just makes me sick" but in a positive way. "the chronic" something so good it's like an addiction that must be fed chronic*ally. "the bomb" isn't really a bomb in the typical negative connotation either. It actually means anything so great, so spectacular that it has the impact of a bomb on ones senses. hella bomb = A hell of a lot of something so spectacular that it has the impact of a bomb on ones senses. I assume I don't need to explain the term "a hell of a lot". Woot woot!!! Go Josh!! Hope you turn some heads on the world stage!!!

RFS131

January 17, 2014 8:32 PM
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MotoGP » Lorenzo dismisses Ducati MotoGP rumours


Bravery wins iom always has always will. Circuit racing is done at the limit 100% all the time...try that at the tt and you won't make it very long. Same bravery and skill as Jefferies minus 30 lbs. equals faster laps in the end. Lorenzo azz might be pushing down harder but Pedrosa's azz needs less power to make the same acceleration therefore needing less weight pushing down on the rear. Door can always swing both ways a little but extra weight is always more disadvantage than advantage...especially when factoring fuel consumption in to the equation.

RFS131

January 21, 2014 3:20 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo dismisses Ducati MotoGP rumours


@crashnetdummy "People that want a rule" are trying to keep the game fair and equal for all the riders. You're argument isn't based on FACT it's based on your opinion or should I say a disliking of a certain rider. Get your mind out of the gutter and face the FACTS. I've been on the track schooling bigger, stronger, riders for years. Max Biaggi, Dani Pedrosa, and of course Marc Marquez are perfect examples of little guys who have utterly dominated bigger riders their whole careers. If you think big and strong are helpful attributes then you're just not paying much attention at all. A rider need only be strong enough... TalentFan is spot on and you my friend seem to be the whiner here. Stop argueing the "irrefutable laws of physics"...you'll never win.

RFS131

January 20, 2014 12:11 AM

WSBK » FIM issues Bimota homologation statement


It's kind of funny how the fastest short circuit vehicles are utterly useless in the real world anyway. The Bimota isn't anymore of a race bike than that of the other manufacturers...they literally don't have a home anywhere but on the track. Really all these vehicles whether it be F1 or GP/SBK only exist as a brand advertisement exercise. Homologation rules for SBK are pointless as I'm pretty sure the series and the bikes were only created because the infrastructure for GP already existed. The only race vehicles based on something that would be useful out in the "real" world are Rally Cars and Motard type motorcycles


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