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Chadsays

July 03, 2015 10:05 PM

MotoGP » 2.2 million lease price among 2017 announcements


I think this could be really good for the sport. With more parity hopefully you will now have much stronger satellite teams that are all able to vie for top 10 results and maybe an odd podium. It behooves the factories to bring down their costs by selling the use of their $2 million dollar machines, The teams having there pick of the prototypes will obviously choose the package they feel will make them the most competitive. The more bikes a manufacturer can lease to different teams the more it offsets their ultimate cost of their programs.

Chadsays

June 23, 2015 1:52 AM

MotoGP » Laverty gets new swingarm for Assen


IE22:
golfnut04: This poor guys (Honda open bikes) don't need a swing arm to go faster, they need 20HP and better support for their electronics, is sad to see them fighting in the nether regions of the grid and watching a Ducati 14.1 and 14.2 strip the paint off this bikes on the straightaways.
There's a reason they are 20bhp down and have inferior electronics Its called Controlled Opposition
yeppers!

Chadsays

June 06, 2015 9:39 PM
Last Edited 23 days ago

MotoGP » Hayden: This game is cruel…


FasterEddie69: Any update on where Nicky will be next year?
I hate to see him leave MotoGP, but as a LONG time fan from all the way back to his Hypercycle Suzuki days, I'd love to see him in WSBK, so we actually have a chance to see him race. On a competitive ride of course. I think competitive MotoGP rides aren't going to him because of his passport.

Chadsays

June 05, 2015 12:50 PM
Last Edited 26 days ago

MotoGP » Rossi was further back than Marquez in 2006


Don't worry guys, next year you people probably won't have to put up with that damned American anymore. He's been so lucky, with all his factory rides, he should have done much more with all those years on competitive equipment, especially the half decade on the ducati, that thing was unstopable. The series certainly doesn't need him. Hopefully he'll move on to a series where he'll be a better fit. How dare he come to MotoGP with a passport and accent like his. ( S A R C A S M ! ! )

Chadsays

June 06, 2015 9:30 PM

MotoGP » Rossi was further back than Marquez in 2006


kleppo69: All those Hayden-haters (usually Rossi-supporters) will never accept that the G.O.A.T. wasn't able to win that thing in 2006. What do you guys expect Hayden to do? Apologizing for winning this title? What about Kevin Schwantz in 1993? No "real" champion for you guys because Rainey was out? All those "ifs" and "buts" won't change a thing - as a matter of fact, guys like Hayden or Kenny Roberts Jr. won't be known as the most dominant riders in history but (as a Hayden-fan) I can live with this. At least, these guys won something, while others like Capirossi, Biaggi, Pedrosa or Mamola didn't. As a champion, you need consistency, the right package, the will and sometimes a bit of luck. If these factors come together, you might become WC. So guys, stop hatin' because many other race fans are just sick of it...
Very well said!


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