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RockNRolla46

August 19, 2014 3:52 PM
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MotoGP » Marquez ‘erases doubts’, on top with 2015 Honda


The Honda has been the definitive bike since the middle of 2010, probably a better bike since at least 2006. Switching to Bridgestone did nothing for them but help Repsol out. Dani came close to winning it in 2012, he would have come very close in 2010 as well had he not been injured. Rossi/Yamaha had some help after the advent of the control tire, Casey was Casey, and like I said, Honda's top rider beat Yamaha in 2006 and 2007. It's not the handling, it's the traction control and tires that have defined the bikes after 2008. Thats why the factory teams almost always have been monopolizing the podium :) Racing was a lot better before the control tire.
Honda makes the best machines, u r right about that..and bridgestone doesn't favor HONDA, remember 2012? Horhay boy was handed the title on a plate by bridgestone...

RockNRolla46

August 20, 2014 8:37 AM

MotoGP » Marquez ‘erases doubts’, on top with 2015 Honda


VKal:
Harryx: The 2015 bike seems to make at least -0.4s? How weird. Probably it is only confidence and believing the .15 bike must be faster than the .14 bike ...Scott Redding was almost 3 s. slower...maybe that was the problem at the introduction of the open Honda... its not 0.3 s but 3 s. slower. They got a decimal wrong on the Honda lawnmower they sold the world...:-)
Honda makes lawnmovers but certainly can build superb racing bikes. Not bad for a lawnmover maker compared to the big huh hah EU marks like Ducati.
Ya..we are seeing how good Motorcycle manufacturer Ducati is every race weekend... Ducati is nowhere near Honda

RockNRolla46

June 17, 2014 1:04 PM
Last Edited 70 days ago

MotoGP » Lorenzo finally overcomes edge grip problems


ProfessorX: Jorge's style won't win against a traction control powered honda power unit. Jorge also doesn't command Bridgestone, so his edge grip is still a problem until his solution translates to more than a few circuits with the variety of tires Bridgestone produces. There is also no guarantee Jorge can make the side of his tires last through a race, and I would have to wager if Repsol boy and Jorge are on the same tires, he won't have the side grip to last the whole race, their styles are so radically different, and Bridgestone won't choose Jorge over Repsol boy.
I guess the former Dorna Boy needs to change his riding style to win. Bridgestone won't be making special tires for him anymore to win championships like they did in 2012.


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