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Matthew Birt  says:

Minimum weight limit being considered for Moto2

A minimum weight limit for the Moto2 world championship is currently under discussion in a move that could significantly reduce the disadvantage heavier riders like British star Scott Redding currently have to contend with. The entire Moto2 field were individually weighed in full riding kit including helmet during last weekend’s Australian Grand Prix at Phillip Island. It was seen as the first...

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Milkybars

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Milkybars says:

Get them Fat Brits

the hell out of Racing. Thats all. You had World Champions who had height and weight as similar to him and no one complained. The Brits can't win ..... hmmmm then there is something that has to be wrong. Yep it is....Step on the fucking gas and try to go faster. What are young lads between the age of 17 to 20 do.....eat themselves like the British gluttons.

Guys that raced such as Simoncelli, Iannone, Rossi, Hayden, Spies have all won races in Motogp. What's stopping these no talented fat fucking Brits from winning. Pretty soon Motogp is going to have to follow soon.

If its not the passport shit, it's now the weight shit, next up is the height.

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MissStiggy

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MissStiggy says:

Cornballs ...

... I don't 'wind everyone up' - you stayed limp.

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cornbowl

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cornbowl says:

MissSticky

Behave Rev, it's a fair cop, put your hands up, you naughty naughty multi account holder, you're worrying me never mind about the sheep, baabaabaabaabaa 

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MandyRamola

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MandyRamola says:

Cornbowl

You're a bit of a tit, aren't you?

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frits

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frits says:

Honda got their way now. So now we can even out the odds.

and if we're lucky - we can get some fair racing before Honda & Dorna ruins world championship racing all together

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supermario

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supermario says:

Hey milky...

 

"If its not the passport shit, it's now the weight shit, next up is the height."

 

 

....you better hope there isn't an IQ test or all you septics are fkd!    hahahahahaha!!

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luckyskua

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luckyskua says:

Fat club

This world championship series is becoming more detached from reality. You don't get this poncing in the Armed Forces FFS. An over weight trooper won't get light duty in the kitchens, no they will be told "Get up the hill you fat fuck". Whatever next, lard asses bullying for a ride? I work out and don't over eat and I do this for peace of mind. I do two 8 mile runs and 1 swim session each week + MTB on Sunday, whats so hard about that? Adding ballast to a race bike is a black art at the best of times but adding 30kg??? The winningest riders (you know, the ones in good shape) should strike, its plain dangerous.

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saturn392

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saturn392 says:

Horse racing

Could this work in MotoGp to achieve closer racing ? :-

''Weight is used to handicap a horses chance of winning. The more successful the horse, the more weight it carries and the less successful it should be in future races. At the other end of the scale poor horses are allowed to carry less weight and should thus be able to compete on a more level playing field.''

It's not an opinion - I'm just asking a question.

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supermario

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supermario says:

Please tell me thats a wind up skua

because if it isn't its a tremendously silly thing to say.

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R6nutter6

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R6nutter6 says:

They will consider it now marquez has won the title. Just like they got rid of the rookie rule for him

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