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Matthew Birt  says:

Yamaha reveal details of YZR-M1 lease plan

Yamaha has exclusively revealed to MCN more details of its plan to lease a YZR-M1 engine package for the 2014 MotoGP world championship. In Texas last month, the Japanese factory confirmed its plan to lease YZR-M1 engines for a maximum of four riders in an initial scheme to run between 2014 and 2016. Interest in the project started to intensify during last...

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OwainGlyndwr

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OwainGlyndwr says:

More than just a nice thought - it's thought that LCR may have a home for Redding, alongside the disappointing (factory production bike in 2014) Bradl.

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noddy61

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noddy61 says:

Been reading about Ymaha/Jarvises other plans,Kicking Cal out and giving Espagaro a full works bike.That'l leave the Brits on also run bikes.I was gonna switch to BT but they can all fuck off now.

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BigKev86

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BigKev86 says:

Cal Boy

Agree with noddy 61 If this is the case and Cals contract will not be renewed, Motogp is just becoming the midget spaniards prototype championship. No upcoming aussies, ities or yanks anymore either. I will watch WSBK and BSB on Eurovision instead as closer racing and Brit interest. Also, where is the Crutchlow/Espargaro story on MCN? Not a great fan of BBC coverage, but at least it was easily available and on I Player. BT Sport have taken out full page adverts in some of the newspapers today and have heavily promoted their premier league football and rugby coverage, no mention of Moto GP though, which i suspect is cheap filler for them! Spleen vented. 

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BTcares

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BTcares says:

High Speed Broadband - High Speed Action

It was very kind of Cal Crutchlow to attend the launch of BT's MotoGP broadband package and show his support for this exciting new venture. Thanks again Cal and good luck.


BT - the best of British.

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OwainGlyndwr

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OwainGlyndwr says:

That's a point, Cal's gone very quiet all of a sudden. Is he batting for the other side?

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Mike5846

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Mike5846 says:

BTcares

BTCARES!!!! Is this some joke that they have an account on here??? F*** off and advertise some premier league or rugby, if they care about bikes they would leave it on a channel where EVERYONE can watch it,

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Mike5846

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BTcares

BTCARES!!!! Is this some joke that they have an account on here??? F*** off and advertise some premier league or rugby, if they care about bikes they would leave it on a channel where EVERYONE can watch it,

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eddl

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eddl says:

Im gonna get me one of those engines and be the fastest thing at trackdays next year..... "BT cares" fuck off

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noddy61

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noddy61 says:

go to bt cares profile and read what the bird is saying,you been had.

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Chilliesauce69

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Noddy61

haha, thats some funny shit ;)

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