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May 21, 2015 5:42 PM

MotoGP » Moto2 staying single engine post-2018

SoSlo: a single make bike doesn't at all show rider skill
Sure it does, but of course, only for that particular setup.
grantrd: What I do have a problem with is that everyone is on the same bike, same engine, same suspension, same electronics and it is still boring, that's not supposed to happen in a one make series...
Why isn't that supposed to happen? Maybe not everyone can gel the same way with a particular bike.


May 21, 2015 4:40 PM

MotoGP » Moto2 staying single engine post-2018

For those who get bored if a race isn't heavily contested I guess Dorna should hire a bunch of amateur riders and give them the script each race? Let's face it, if you want to assess riders' skill across the entire field you'll need a Moto2 class with single engine, chassis, tires etc. If you want to assess more the manufacturers' skill and less the the riders' skill you'll need a MotoGP class like it is now. In fact Moto3 is similar to MotoGP but since those are smaller bikes, and we don't have subdivisions (like Open and Satellites in MotoGP), it's more likely the differences aren't going to be that big, hence why more frequent hotly contested races.


May 11, 2015 4:54 PM

WSBK » Haslam: I should be 100% for Donington

I must say that after seeing Tom helpless in front of Rea, I was hoping that Haslam might get a podium and in the next races hopefully be in better shape for a championship challenge. But after he fell, I also fell asleep... So bad, maybe the Aprilia isn't a championship contender after all. The Ducati seems closer, but still no cigar. Oh well, it seems now it's more a question of when rather than if Rea will win it.

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