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September 16, 2014 6:23 PM

MotoGP » Eugene Laverty confirms MotoGP move

i just hope he find a good bike, (wich is virtually impossible if we talk about MotoGP) , by other part, i would like to all teams and riders close the stage if MotoGP is the pinacle of motorbikes (that already is, dont mind down performance rules, even if they run slower they still are prototipes) why dont look "real" like the old days...? why dont use to transfer me that sensation? ...there is no more "balls to the walls", why others championship looks like better? ...a little bit more of "balls to the walls" ...and less free (personal) restrictions...probably more real and more human...


September 15, 2014 8:00 PM
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MotoGP » Alvaro Bautista confirmed with Gresini Aprilia

someone comment up there "we will never know what happen with him on Brembo and Ohlins", is a shame, i think he would go better... i really dont understand what happen this year, but at the start he looks much faster...this yer he fights for podiums even if he fall at 3/4 stage of race,he only breaks the podium one time in france...since then, he falling down and i feel bad about that, i know in lastest times he is erratic, but always push hard, too much "override" i gues... i would like to see what would happen if he engage the Yamaha Tech3, or what happen with him on the new Suzuki, but at least he engage a ride after all... dont think bad about me but im not so sure where can arrive Aprilia, hope they find a good way to go, but is not easy, Juny 2015 electronics freeze? i think, and Michelin coming, maddness...


September 15, 2014 11:24 AM

MotoGP » Dovizioso: We're getting closer all the time

i really apreciate Ducati/Dovi good work, they are improvement, solid races, and triying different solutions, while they work on more improves... dont focus too much in gap or distances... ifs... if Rossi should have to push hard to the end, probably could round 6-9 seconds, but if Marquez stay here or Lorenzo would choosen soft front, maybe time could round around 10-13 seconds... anyway, good work, is good see Ducati are moving, how Ducati whould deal with Michelin? i trust D´Alligna, all this work with the softer open compound...very usefull to learn and understand bike, but wont be easy obtain the same on hard Bridgston i guess...


September 15, 2014 12:11 PM

WSBK » Pirelli continues as Official WSBK Tyre Supplier

i really can´t afirm anything, but looking endurance races and how works different brands with different mix between, rider, (...) bike, tire, forks, brakes?...we can especulate about each case, not in general... a good team should be able to put a a diferent mix (rider,bike...) able of a good race time pace, but at the same time it doesn´t necesary mean a win... but everyone here know about "Sorna/Dorna" xtrange things... maybe they never let sbk be again as near as they are been sometimes in the past, but whe have to understand that Pirelli dont do pure prototype tires, while Bridgestone is focus only in do prototype for gp series... what happen if they have to do a prototype for GPs? or Bridgestone had to do sbk series public matherial..?


September 15, 2014 11:52 AM

MotoGP » MotoGP weight changes, software freeze

stop to evolution the electronics before a definitive tire change is simply mad, what you can do if need to change something, know how to do it, but you cannot due to freeze electronics? its very difficult to measure well weight matter... heavier riders can use the body better on turns, but need more power/fuel to accelerate (that also affects riythm and race distance times...) better brakes to stop, and make the tire suffer more lighter accelerate better, need less power/fuel (riythm and race distance times...) less brakes, dont make the rubber suffer, but if the weight not enough to make the tire function well? and cannot handle as well as heaviers in turns, if they would had to carry balast (it is the name of extra weight in pieces?) make the bike more nervous... is impossible the make exactly equal, but for sure they should adjust much better minimum weight rule...


September 12, 2014 7:47 PM

WSBK » Paul Denning (Crescent Suzuki) - Q&A

i think he always be loyal to Suzki, is very good to have a long time relationship with a manufacturer, i think they can improve a little bit more, maybe a little help by Suzuki could refine efforts,but level is high and not easy to catch fastest riders... Suzuki is strugglin a bit in WSBK and BSB this year, if we only see at the results, i think really Camier dont do as bad as could looks like, if Laverty finally out at the end of the season, and Camier dont have offers, could be a possibility, but probably Camier dont want to back...

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