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Moto89

July 23, 2014 3:11 PM
Last Edited 15 hours ago

MotoGP » Hayden confirms Aspar, upgraded Honda plans


@ kenfaustus: Isn't it amazing how much people spread misinformation that they regard to be factual without bothering to do any sort of research first. There seems to be a lot of people like that around crash.net. Although the minimum weight rose again, from 157kg to 160kg since last year. Another thing that makes me chuckle is if indeed Marquez is supposedly "tiny" compared to other riders, then what on earth is Hayden when he is a whopping 4cm taller than him, which isn't even 2 inches....

Moto89

July 23, 2014 2:49 PM
Last Edited 1 day 13 hours ago

MotoGP » Hanika concerned by Brno rumours


@ V4Poweeeer: Last year Fabio became the youngest ever spanish national champion at 14 taking away Aleix Esparagos' record, but it's his lap times that are the real eye opener. At the season final in Jerez last year his pole lap of 1.47.100 would have put him second on last years the world championship grid behind only Alex Rins. During the first private pre-season test this year when Rins and Marquez tried out the new Honda for the first time, Fabio lapped faster than both of them on the same bike, despite the fact that both are 3 years older than him.......

Moto89

July 23, 2014 1:04 PM
Last Edited 1 day 13 hours ago

MotoGP » Hanika concerned by Brno rumours


Karel has shown flashes of the speed that he undoubtedly has, while crashing a bit more than i thought he would. What has surprised me the most however is that Bastianini has been the better rookie of the two by quite a margin so far, eventhough last year Karel dominated him and everybody else in the Red Bull rookies cup. Different riders develop at different rates i guess. Karel and Enea will surely be strong contenders next year when they have a bit more experience, but everyone in Moto3 will need to up their game when Fabio Quartararo arrives, cause he is going to arrive and explode like a bomb.

Moto89

July 23, 2014 9:50 PM
Last Edited 1 day 14 hours ago

MotoGP » Hayden confirms Aspar, upgraded Honda plans


@ Talentfan: You don't even know the weight of the individual riders, so you can stop bleeting on about things that you don't know. All you do is repeat about Marc's huge weight advantage, when riders like Pol and Bradl weighed no more than 2 kg more when they were all in Moto2 together. While someone like Kallio was and still is lighter and the same weight that Stoner weighed . Huge weight advantage for Marquez, what with 2kg difference ? I don't think so! Pol and Bradl have gained a couple of kg since they left Moto2. It's not Marc's problem that Scott weigh's 78kg, that's Scott's problem and no one elses' . He in fact has gained 3kg since he left Moto2. If being light was of such importance, you would think they'd make sure it would never get to the point of gaining any weight, and Pedrosa would be multiple MotoGP world champion by now since he is 8kg lighter than even Marc is. Do some research before spreading misinformation like you have a habit of doing.

Moto89

July 23, 2014 2:50 PM
Last Edited 2 days ago

MotoGP » Hanika concerned by Brno rumours


......His pole lap of 1.58.551 at Aragon this year was faster than Alex Rins' pole at Aragon last year, and his pole time of 1.50.135 at Catalunya this year was 0.1 faster than Marquez's pole time for this years Catalunya GP. In others words the currently existing Moto3 world chamionship pole records at both Aragon and Catalunya are slower than the spanish national championship pole records. It is unheard of that anybody from the national championship can do lap times that are faster than the top moto3 world championship riders. Usually the top riders form the national championship are 1-2 seconds slower than the top world championship riders. So yes, at only 15 Quartararo is insanely fast....

Moto89

July 19, 2014 2:43 PM
Last Edited 5 days ago

MotoGP » Cal Crutchlow stays at Ducati


Well i guess Ducati want to go with a consistent rider line-up. Cal hasn't been impressive in anyway so far this year, having been thoroughly thumped by both Dovi and Iannone, not to mention the fact that he has a big mouth. But he still has a contract with Ducati so fair enough, i guess he gets one more year to stepped it up. As for Iannone i'm guessing either he stays at Pramac with a new factory contract, or he goes to Suzuki along with Vinales. UPDATE: Apparently Iannone is also staying at Ducati, with Aleix now the front runner for the remaining Suzuki seat alongside Vinales.


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