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April 17, 2014 8:54 PM
Last Edited 1 day 8 hours ago

MotoGP » Eugene Laverty looking forward to Suzuki MotoGP tests

STRIGOY6666: Pedrosa and Laverty will ride the Suzuki MotoGP bike next year.
Pedrosa will be on a satellite honda next year. He is now institutionalised and won't have the assertion to adapt to a completely new motogp bike. EL and someone else but don't know who. Scott Redding would be good - young fresh and could develop a bike - but not sure what his contract is...
It's in Redding's contract that he should be on Alvaro's bike next year so long as he does well this year. I don't think he'll move, considering he could be on his way to Factory Honda should he do well. I think Pedro would much rather stay on a factory team than go satellite...


April 17, 2014 4:20 AM

MotoGP » Hayden top Open Honda after tough weekend

FasterEddie69: Once again to Kenlucky. Where are you from and what rider do you like? I get that you don't care for Nicky but you love to bash. Some of it is funny. He has done a great job for a nice kid from Kentucky and I am proud of him. He is good for the sport and I wish he did have a good bike but that will not happen. I bet Danny would trade all of those wins for that one championship Nicky has. You can call it right time, right place, lucky, whatever you like but he had the most points at the end of the year. He had to be pretty darn good to put himself in that position. Sorry for your hate but 2006 was the last of the really good racing.
So true, it all went downhill from there. God, do I miss the 990's...


April 15, 2014 8:00 PM
Last Edited 2 days ago

MotoGP » Dovi: Open rules not behind Ducati podium

How innovative can you be when you have a fuel allotment, small testing window, engine allotment, and single tire manufacturer? You won't see any new frame designs, engine designs, or suspension designs until all of the above change. You have to have common sense simple rules in order to have competition and innovation. The more rules you have, the more unfair and uncompetitive it gets. If it's too hard or expensive to compete, manufacturers leave. When you make rules like Dorna and Honda have, you then have to make more and more rules to accommodate some of the other teams to keep them from leaving. Which is what's happening. It's too hard and too expensive to compete, so no one does. You'll end up with just Honda's, and no one else eventually if you keep going down this path, and then you'll have no innovation whatsoever. The competition aspect of MotoGP is the heart of it... Innovation is a by-product


April 16, 2014 4:10 AM

MotoGP » Hayden top Open Honda after tough weekend

golfnut04: Hey wheres Kenlucky and Pakundo? i was just waiting to see with what idiocy they were going to come up with, As for tires Bridgestone drop the ball on the front tires , monopoly brings complacency and this is a good example. As for outright competition even if Hayden had a satellite RC213V he would do a lot better but we can all see that HRC placed all their eggs on the Repsol team, the times show that they are untouchable.
LOL !! The amount of idiocy written here is funny as chit. Using factory electronics, blow torches and the such - not to mention Repsol conspiracy theories thrown in for good measure !! The FACT is that Hayden was 15th fastest and without attrition would be likley to the final result. He does bring it in. But as i posted long ago: Without a vastly superiour bike AND luck there is little chance Hayden can be a contender, much less win. It is NOT Hate - just A fact.

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