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June 20, 2014 3:01 PM

MotoGP » Suzuki finding a good direction, says De Puniet

Turn Michael Dunlop, or Chris Vermeulen loose on it for a few laps... I jest! DePuniet is not half as bad as some on here seem to believe. He and his fellow test riders are being tasked with testing literally mountains of parts and generating as much data as possible. This generally doesn't lead to hyperfast lap times. The last thing Suzuki want to do is to step back in the ring and be even worse off than they were when they left. They will want a bike that is going to be able to sustain good pace throughout race distance. Something Ducati has yet to master. As to who should ride the thing? I am sure there will be a whole raft of agents in line to get their guy a seat on this thing. I think Depuniet may be one of them but at 33 years old he is not exactly prime age for this anymore. I just hope its not the Baptist.


June 11, 2014 7:43 PM

F1 » Haas wants Patrick in F1 team

No offense to Danicka but there are a whole lot of other American drivers who are much better at driving race cars than her! Her Gender aside she is simply not in the same league as the people now in F1 and it could prove a dangerous proposition to put her there in a feeble effort to market her to an international audience. Ecclestone would simply love something like this! I would not.


June 05, 2014 3:11 PM

RR » TT2014: McGuinness sets 117mph lap on electric bike

Love them or hate them the E-bikes are here to stay, and at the rate they are gaining on ICE powered bikes it may be game over for them soon. The largest hurdle they face is charge density it would seem. The amount of weight they carry for the battery packs is a huge detriment to them compared to their petrol burning brethren right now. With ever advancing battery technology, the packs will shrink and the speeds will grow. Now to fit speakers to them so they sound like an old Moto Guzzi V8!

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