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Rowdy75

April 22, 2015 4:37 PM

MotoGP » Pedrosa ‘improving a little each day’


DamZen1: Cals getting the upgrades to keep the RCV in the constructors championship hunt, Hiroshi is riding round saving engines for Danis return and Stoner is getting readied for Suzuka 8hr. We won't know if Danis ready to return to racing until after he's had his next race
I don't know how the engine allocation works in motogp, but if it's the same as WSB, a rider filling in for one race uses the original riders allocation, if they ride in two races or more they are then classified as using their own allocation. If this is the case then Aoyama hasn't used any of Dani's engine allocation.

Rowdy75

April 18, 2015 8:32 AM

MotoGP » Crutchlow: I got held up in my strongest sector


CC33: Cal every rider get held up but your the only one the whines about it, STFO already you glasshammer,On a different note you and Scott are neck and neck in the excuse making department, super stars the both of you lol.
Is he whining about it, I saw him being held up on that final sector, then just carried on about his business. I also saw both espagaros waving their hands and gesticulating furiously when being held up. Think Cal is only saying he could have gone quicker but was slowed in the last section, not whining about it.

Rowdy75

April 11, 2015 8:41 AM

MotoGP » Honda explains Stoner decision


MM finished fifth in Qatar, he has points to make up. Maybe Honda think that if CS came back for two races and robbed points from MM in those races it might be an up hill struggle for MM to claw back the championship, after all it was Jorge that dominated the points in the second half of last season. Far safer to let Aoyama run around mid pack and not influence the championship. Just might see CS back on the bike if Dani calls it quits and Marquez is leading the championship later on in the year.

Rowdy75

April 11, 2015 4:08 PM

MotoGP » Honda explains Stoner decision


crashnetdummies:
Rowdy75:
crashnetdummies: They didn't want Casey to hurt his legacy. It would've been tough for Stoner to be decently competitive after so many years without world class competition and a new crew chief.
Two years, at 29 hardly past it either. And been testing and developing rcv's in the meantime. New crew chief didn't hurt vale too much.
Testing is not racing, never been, never will be. Vale had a whole winter testing to adapt to his new crew chief.
My point being that he is not that unused to the bike, two years is not so many years, and I believe his ability would have seen him be decently competitive. Different sport but Loeb was competitive at Monte this year, bad luck aside.

Rowdy75

April 11, 2015 9:27 AM

MotoGP » Crutchlow: Too soon to make chassis comparisons


PaulW54: Cal is a straight honest talker, some see this as complaining or making excuses, I find it quite refreshing compared to the puppet talk of some. Cal is going well with the Honda and a good season beckons.
Agreed, with Jorge under the weather and Dani out he needs to step up this weekend though and put it in the mix with Rossi and the two Ducs, if not Marquez.

Rowdy75

April 11, 2015 12:34 PM
Last Edited 16 days ago

MotoGP » Honda explains Stoner decision


crashnetdummies: They didn't want Casey to hurt his legacy. It would've been tough for Stoner to be decently competitive after so many years without world class competition and a new crew chief.
Two years, at 29 hardly past it either. And been testing and developing rcv's in the meantime. New crew chief didn't hurt vale too much.

Rowdy75

April 01, 2015 5:57 PM

MotoGP » Qatar podiums mean Ducati race fuel reduced


F0ul: But they have been putting 24 litres in the tank - that extra weight is what has been making it easier to steer. We'll see if they have actually fixed the front end in the next race!
So, you think Ducati have spent a year developing a bike with a 24litre tank that can only be used for a year maximum (everyone has 22 litres next year) or for possibly just one race (as is now the case) . . . . I don't think so, my betting is they can only get 22 litres in it when it's brimmed.


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