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BANDIT2005

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BANDIT2005 says:

MotoGP is dead

With the scrapping of the 250's I think MotoGP is doomed.Years ago if you went to a race meeting you could see 50cc,80cc,125cc,250cc,350cc,500cc,sidecars and at some races  750's.Now it is a boring 800cc race with only half a grid.The best racing is the 125 and 250's.The only way is to merge with World Superbikes and have more races like maybe two MotoGP legs like the Superbikes.

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  • Posted 5 years ago (08 January 2010 10:11)

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ninjasquaddie

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Utter

Bollocks

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Jonsedici

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Jonsedici says:

I disagree.

There's far too big a gap between the 250's and 800's. I think the change to 600's will only bridge that gap, and make the Championship more interesting.

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kentguy

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kentguy says:

MotoGP not dying yet

I would agree that moto GP racining is nothing like it used to be in the 70's and 80's
Now only a couple of races compared to a packed day, none of that crap of waiting ages between races.
But you have to remember who the racing is now for, yep armchair fans who have never gone to a circuit let anlone know where they are.
Loads of people only watch the racing because of the anchor woman (but she  has gone now),

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