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Matthew Birt  says:

MotoGP grid numbers unlikely to increase in 2010

Plans to introduce a one bike per ride rule next year in MotoGP to help bolster dwindling grid numbers in 2010 appear to be seriously flawed before the approval stage. Dorna boss Carmelo Ezpeleta wants to impose the one bike per ride rule for next season to get manufacturers to lease more bikes to independent teams. For example, Yamaha currently supplies four...

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tailslides

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tailslides says:

A cunning plan!

Baldrick's latest idea is another cracker.

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BRAVO9992

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BRAVO9992 says:

hahahaha, nice one tail lmao

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TimTCat

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TimTCat says:

Wet n Dry

So let's get this right it's one bike per rider and then we have a wet / dry or dry / wet race..... D'oh

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dickthebuttockscruttock

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PRAT

Ezpeleta is such an idiot...... I recently read an interview with him where he was asked some basic questions about his own sport (MotoGP) and guess what, he got 99% of it totally wrong. He just made himself look a total fool and proved that he has absolutely no clue how to run and develop a series that should be promoting the very best of everyting bike racing has to offer.  I know economic times are bad at the moment, but MotoGP has been going backwards for a while now, and until you replace this plonker as the main man it doesnt stand a chance.


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