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Matthew Birt  says:

Suzuki will have to self-fund MotoGP project in 2014

Suzuki’s return to the MotoGP world championship is still not confirmed for next season, but what is certain is that the Japanese factory will have to finance its own two-rider works effort in 2014. Dorna unveiled new entry guidelines and future financial support for teams during meetings at the Catalunya track near Barcelona yesterday (Friday). And as was revealed by MCN earlier...

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BennysMum

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BennysMum says:

If you see Benny out tell him to get the Fuck home! His Dad's got the boys from the pit coming over to fill my pit, and benny's on cock cleaning duty!! Little fuckers forgotten and i cant find the inbreed anywhere!

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Bob Buttamasangy

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Wosi, if Yamaha have decided to spread their engine use earlier, that's just a strategy they have decided to go with.

Again, you've put 2 and 2 together and come up with 46, nowhere is there any indication that ANY of those used engines have suffered any damage. How the fuck could Flo have damaged an engine when he's so shit scared of turning the throttle past halfway? Jesus.

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wosihound

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wosihound says:

Stick to Lambretta's..

beacause you're talking out your arse Bob and don't have a clue..

You've put 2 & 7 together and come up with a big fat ZERO..as usual.

 

http://motomatters.com/news/2013/06/15/engine_trouble_looming_for_yamaha_rossi_.html

 

http://motomatters.com/analysis/2013/06/15/2013_barcelona_motogp_saturday_round_up_.html

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Jack Russel

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Jack Russel says:

simples....

Dorna are looking ahead to the future when Rossi eventually retires and the ratings  take a massive drop because the only people who think the an all Spanish podium in all classes is a world championship are the Spanish.  Their economy is screwed and they will never be able to make it viable with an ever reducing income!  Therefore less money to go around the paddock; best to be prepared early.

Seems a daft move to me to put financial penalties in the way of people wanting to rejoin especially when they left motogp because of the cost.  don't they want to see more factories joining motogp instead of 'privateer' teams buying/leasing Honda's or Yamaha's?  so now Aprillia, BMW and even Kawasaki will be looking at this and thinking twice.

why the limit on grid numbers?  it's not like there isn't space!  (remember 4 bikes to a row?) No I stick with my original comment where Dorna are looking to motogp becoming a 'Spanish' championship and it going bust due to lack of international interest

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TetsuoSama

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TetsuoSama says:

History repeating

One of the first things that Rossi and Co. did when they moved to Ducati was to start messing with the engine and it looks like they've done it again at Yamaha.  Somebody get these bozos away from Jorge's garage.

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wosihound

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wosihound says:

History repeating indeed..

Another clueless comment Tets?

"Start messing with the engine"..?

You do know the motors are 'sealed' units that can't be messed around with?

Care to explain what you are babbling on about?

If you're trolling for an argument..fine. But do yourself a favour - if possible - and pick a subject that is worthy of debate.

As it stands you've opened today up by confirming your fucko-gumby status..Imagine how you'll look if Rossi goes as good as he did in the race as warm-up?

A miserable 2/10 on the WOPI scale I'm afraid Pal.

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Stonered

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Stonered says:

This makes no sense to me.

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TetsuoSama

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TetsuoSama says:

For you, Wosi

"You do know the motors are 'sealed' units that can't be messed around with?"

Oh, you don't remember the heavier crankshaft and flywheel?

"Care to explain what you are babbling on about?"

You do know that they they're not "sealed" until they're used right?  That they can introduce new engine tech halfway through the season (obviously not replacing used engines)?  No?

Shooting your mouth of like a knob again.  Lololol.

Edit: Added missing "crankshaft" in there. Lol.

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wosihound

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wosihound says:

And the heavier flywheel was for what?

It's funny how you orange pumpkin heads want to blame Rossi for designing an engine at Ducati, then spend all your time dissing his choice of the Big Bang at Yamaha 2004, giving all the credit to Furusawa?

Nobody around here has to shoot their mouth off to make you look a numpty, brains.

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TetsuoSama

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TetsuoSama says:

What, no thanks?

For teaching you the mysteries of MotoGP engine sealing?  Sod.

"And the heavier flywheel was for what?"

To make it easier for pussies to handle the power delivery and to stress the engine more, of course.

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