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Matthew Birt  says:

Honda to roll out production MotoGP racer in 2014

Honda will sell a production version of its current 1000cc prototype RC213V machine for the 2014 MotoGP world championship. The bike is currently under development in Japan and MCN understands it will be sold to non-factory teams for a maximum of 1m Euros (£800,000). The new machine isn't expected to run to current CRT regulations and therefore will be subject to current...

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  • Posted 3 years ago (21 June 2012 15:46)

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Apr 09

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Richard1967 says:

New Fireblade?

V4 blade for 2015? yummy

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(Jane Stanton Donnor Artist) Facebook page. Latest oil painting Simoncelli 50x40 inch check it out guys ;)

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Mar 09

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Nostrodamus says:

Well, well, well

In this case a pat on the back for Ezpeleta. Yamaha what say you to this?

Of course the bigger question is spares. How many engines do you get for your million €'s? All five, or just the one.

Perhaps Rossi will do a Biaggi and sit 2013 out.........ha, ha, ha.

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Oct 07

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hugelean says:

maybe he'll hand his notice in and go running home to mummy.??. Like the ideas, can see Suzuki and the green meanie back in a heart beat.

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Apr 09

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Richard1967 says:


Lets get radical with the rule 2 engines per season only ,I know that could slow down the racing , but someone will push the limit and maybe come up with a good idea like floating cylinders or gas cooling , who knows ?

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Sep 11

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YamahaGYTR says:

One notable success came when Alex Barros finished second in the British Grand Prix at Donington Park in 2000.

MCN makes a blunder Barros didn't finish 2nd at Donington Park in 2000 in fact it was Kenny Roberts JR the same race what Rossi won and Alex finished 14th in the rain.

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Aug 11

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Bootlegger says:

Get going Casey.

' This is strictly business and as a purist you ain't going to like this one bit'. 'Thanks Shuhei,I understand and thanks for the opportunity and understanding me'. 'No problem Casey,we will miss you,just like Ducati do'.

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Jun 11

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PaceyCasey says:


maybe he'll hand his notice in and go running home to mummy.??.

Then you'd be fucked bud.

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Mar 10

Posts: 117

Adeninja says:


Well thats got be good news for motogp , as CRT bikes are slower than the top moto2 bikes , yep they may get faster with time but look at c edwards bike been testing all last year , shame Honda cant bring them in next year , Rossi on one , cos hes a fool if he stays with Ducati unless they sort it out 18 months , and its still crap , :)

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Jul 08

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leemuz says:


It must be self fulfilling prophicy.......

I meantioned a moto2 style system in motogp with an all honda engine class but different teams putting the

frame and setting up for the riders....this is just gently feeding us into a new era....

I think it would be beneficial...

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