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Matthew Birt  says:

Buy a MotoGP bike for under £1m in 2014

Details of the alternative options to running a CRT machine in MotoGP are starting to emerge, with Honda committed to selling five of its production RC213V bikes and Yamaha agreeing to an engine supply deal for four bikes in 2014. Honda will sell five of the production RC213V machines at a maximum cost of 1m Euros (£835,000) per rider, while Dorna...

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wosihound

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wosihound says:

21 litres?

I thought the MSMA factory protoype bikes were on 20 litres going forward?

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Nostrodamus

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Nostrodamus says:

Bernie's garden gnome Spanish cousin

is changing the rules so often Wosi he can't keep up with himself.

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wosihound

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wosihound says:

I'm hoping it's just a typo from Birty?

Please Lord..don't tell me the MSMA have got him back-tracking again.

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moany100

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moany100 says:

Wow those prices are soooo cheap i may give up trackdays and have a go £835.000 is buttons GET REAL go back to strokers which cost naff all in comparison and make gp's more attainable to more racers

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CBR11X

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CBR11X says:

moany - rose coloured glasses mate.

 Considering it cost Sito Pons $1 million per year per bike to lease an NSR 500, that's without suspension, tyres, brakes and wheels, how's that cheap?

Two strokes were great in their day, but now they are a thing of the past. Too smelly & polluting for the 'green era' I'm afraid.

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spdmon

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spdmon says:

Great article about Rossi's development skills

Great article about Rossi's development skills: It isn't that we don't have confidence in Rossi's feedback," Ciabatti said. "The pressure and the lack of results created a vicious cycle in which he wasn't relaxed enough to completely test the material prepared for him. We simply believe that there is potential and that it wasn't completely explored last year." http://www.superbikeplanet.com/2013/Jan/130117lpksc.htm

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Dice350

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Dice350 says:

Nice prices.....

Fuck's sake. Wish we still had strokers. Back in those days Jeremy McWilliams put one on the podium...done by a university!!!!

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tackyaccy

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tackyaccy says:

Hell Fire

Only a milloin,I'll have two.

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