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TSAydee
post Sep 5 2016, 11:00 PM, updated 2w ago

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Monster Energy Yamaha
Maverick Viñales Yamaha M1 2022
Fabio Quartararo Yamaha M1 2022


Repsol Honda
Marc Márquez Honda RC213V 2024
Pol Espargaro Honda RC213V 2022


Suzuki Ecstar
Alex Rins Suzuki GSX-RR 2022
Joan Mir Suzuki GSX-RR 2022


Ducati Factory
Jack Miller Ducati Desmosedici GP21 2021 (option for 2022)
Pecco Bagnaia Ducati Desmosedici GP21 2022


Aprilia Racing Team Gresini
Aleix Espargaro Aprilia RS-GP 2022
Lorenzo Savadori Aprilia RS-GP 2021


Red Bull KTM Factory Racing
Brad Binder KTM RC16 2021
Miguel Oliveira KTM RC16 2021


Red Bull KTM Tech3
Danilo Petrucci KTM RC16 2021
Iker Lecuona KTM RC16 2021


Petronas Yamaha SRT
Franco Morbidelli Yamaha M1 2022
Valentino Rossi Yamaha M1 2021


Pramac Ducati
Jorge Martin Ducati Desmosedici GP21 2022
Johann Zarco Ducati Desmosedici GP21 2021 (option for 2022)


LCR Honda
Alex Márquez Honda RC213V 2022
Takaaki Nakagami Honda RC213V 2022


Avintia Ducati
Luca Marini Ducati GP19 2021
Enea Bastianini Ducati GP19 2021



2021 MotoGP calendar:



28 March Qatar – Losail
4 April Qatar – Losail
18 April Portugal – Portimao
2 May Spain – Jerez
16 May France – Le Mans
30 May Italy – Mugello
6 June Catalunya – Barcelona
20 June Germany – Sachsenring
27 June Netherlands – Assen
11 July Finland – KymiRing
15 August Austria – Red Bull Ring
29 August Great Britain – Silverstone
12 September Aragon
19 September San Marino – Misano
3 October Japan – Motegi
10 October Thailand – Buriram
24 October Australia – Phillip Island
31 October Malaysia – Sepang
14 November Valencia


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This post has been edited by Aydee: Mar 25 2021, 02:34 PM
TSAydee
post Sep 7 2016, 05:19 PM

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QUOTE(Raikkonen @ Sep 7 2016, 02:09 PM)
More like pathetic laugh.gif

Either it's me (hateful) or not many MotoGP fans in LYN laugh.gif

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Just us few regulars
TSAydee
post Sep 10 2016, 07:32 AM

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This weekend race seems like its gonna be interesting
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post Sep 11 2016, 05:43 PM

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Good ride by the beast in moto3
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post Sep 11 2016, 07:38 PM

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Even better race in moto2
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post Sep 11 2016, 09:19 PM

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Haven't seen Pedrosa like this in a long time
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post Sep 11 2016, 09:21 PM

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8 different winners record. Definitely more interesting than f1
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post Sep 11 2016, 10:37 PM

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MotoGP and moto2 looks to be interesting by the end of the season. Moto3 championship seems to be wrapped up already.
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post Sep 12 2016, 07:21 AM

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QUOTE(8sg9ft @ Sep 12 2016, 12:42 AM)
Did anyone see the video of JL and VR answering a question from a reporter about VR's overtaking manouvre on JL? JL sounds like a crybaby. Say VR was too aggresive with that move and say other riders can overtake more cleanly. VR laughed and they went back and forth about it. DP in the middle dunno what to do. Lol
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Expected from JL when he is beaten
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post Sep 12 2016, 11:11 AM

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So lol this interview
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post Sep 12 2016, 11:51 AM

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This is the full interview. Notice at the wnd of the interview what happens with the reporters. Everyone going in one direction.
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post Sep 12 2016, 03:49 PM

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QUOTE(zDarkForceSz @ Sep 12 2016, 12:54 PM)
Dani is the man on fire yesterday. no doubt. see him closing the gap bit by bit.  flex.gif
ya might be. Rossi's qualifying time was disqualified due to the track limits too.
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MotoGP race director Mike Webb has explained that unless there is clear daylight between a bike and the outside of a track kerb, no penalty will be administered.

Webb's comments came in the wake of Jorge Lorenzo's pole position lap at Misano on Saturday – a new outright circuit record no less -, during which the Majorcan appeared to go beyond the track limits.

Throughout the weekend, a spate of riders in all three classes have had lap times chalked off due to using the tarmac outside the painted kerbs, leading many to question the validity of Lorenzo's final lap, which the reigning world champion called one of the best of his life.

"If any part of the motorcycle - one tyre or other, even the side of it - is touching a kerb, it is in,” said Webb on Saturday evening.

“You have to have a clear gap of both tyres outside of the line. Guys are getting away with the front still just on the kerb and the back because it's sliding is off - that's in. we have to have a clear gap that I can defend to the team and say, 'that's out because I can see daylight between'.

"Sometimes it's very hard to see on the [normal] grainy images. The benefit of doubt goes to the rider. So if we can't prove exactly that he or she is out, they get away with it.

"Our guys spend all day, and it's a total nightmare. The amount of man hours we spend looking at that stuff. It's the same people every week and they are making the same judgement I haven't yet disagreed with one of their calls."

On the image of Lorenzo appearing to exceed limits, Webb commented, “There's not a clear enough gap."

Each of the top three qualifiers feel the tarmac beyond the kerbs that replaced grass or dirt is a safety improvement. “For the safety it's a big improvement,” said Lorenzo. “If you go too wide from the curb and you touch the dirt it's very dangerous because you are already fast. Sometimes you cancel your lap but for the safety it's better.”

While the system in place to monitor track limits is time consuming, Webb said how race direction requires hard evidence to present to teams in case they appeal the decision.

"We've got the full HD and different cameras in problem places - we know at each circuit where there is likely to be a problem and we've got guys, as in more than one person, whose only job is to look at track limits and report back.

"What we get is a marshal report, so a marshal with binoculars [says] 'this rider number'. That then get referred to the video operators who find the video reply for that exact corner at hat exact time and review it backwards and forwards, in slow-mo, whatever they need.

"It's either in or out and we need evidence before we do anything, because if it's a pole lap for example we have to be ready to justify it if a team appeals it. The criteria is - and all of the cancelled laps are - both wheels of the bike have to outside of the track and the track is defined by the colours."

Webb admitted he was not aware of Lorenzo completing his fastest lap when Aleix Espargaro had fallen toward the end of the 15-minute Q2 shootout, which may have precipitated the showing of yellow flags at some point on the track.

"I didn't know… I'll check with my stewards. I know we investigated a possible yellow incident and it was deemed not a problem. I'd have to check with my guys if that is exactly the lap you're talking about. We do the same process with yellow flags; we get a marshal report - or we see it live - and then go back and look at all the angles. I want to see the yellow flag, the green flag and the pass and then we do the evaluation.

"You are supposed to slow down and be prepared to stop and in the past we've had Marquez in Silverstone crashing - okay he made a mistake, but he was obviosity going fast enough to push to the limit and was penalise for that."

On how race direction will marshal the matter of track limits during a race, Webb continued, “The rule book says about gaining an advantage. So if we can prove an advantage as in a sector time that's obviously better than the sector times around it, or the gap to riders in front or behind, an advantage is penalised straight away. That's the rule book.

"The thing we struggle we - at Silverstone and here a number of other circuits around the world - the nature of them means you can go out of track limits without being able to prove an advantage. My ruling as race director and it's written and given to the rider is that multiple track limits without an apparent advantage will be deemed to be an advantage.

"The reminder note I sent this week to the teams is the philosophy behind that is, if you are continually going out of track limits - even with no advantage - you're actually using a different race track to the others and have to be penalised for that."

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post Sep 14 2016, 05:07 PM

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QUOTE(zedy @ Sep 12 2016, 10:30 PM)
anyone selling moto gp sepang tickets??
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I'll probably have extra tickets if I go. Will update soon.
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post Sep 17 2016, 07:48 PM

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WSBK is back this weekend!

Full race one results from the tenth round of the 2016 World Superbike Championship at Lausitzring, Germany.

1. Chaz Davies GBR Aruba.it Racing Ducati 1199R 21 laps
2. Tom Sykes GBR Kawasaki Racing ZX-10R +10.561s
3. Nicky Hayden USA Honda Racing CBR1000RR +11.536s
4. Jordi Torres ESP Althea BMW S1000RR +12.493s
5. Leon Camier GBR MV Agusta RC F4 RR +12.965s
6. Michael van der Mark NED Honda Racing CBR1000RR +18.863s
7. Davide Giugliano ITA Aruba.it Racing Ducati 1199R +18.970s
8. Alex Lowes GBR PATA Crescent Yamaha R1 +27.395s
9. Sylvain Guintoli FRA Pata Crescent Yamaha R1 +33.221s
10. Xavi Fores ESP Barni Ducati 1199R +33.459s
11. Anthony West FRA Pedercini Kawasaki ZX-10R +46.665s
12. Alex de Angelis RSM IodaRacing Aprilia RSV4 +62.000s
13. Roman Ramos ESP GO Eleven Kawasaki ZX-10R +65.734s
14. Josh Brookes AUS Milwaukee BMW S1000RR +65.890s
15. Luca Scassa ITA VFT Racing Ducati Panigale R +74.908s

16. Dominic Schmitter SUI Grillini Kawasaki ZX-10R +84.523s
17. Pawel Szkopek POL Team Toth Yamaha R1 +93.495s
18. Peter Sebestyen POL Team Toth Yamaha R1 +1 lap
19. Gianluca Vizziello ITA Grillini Kawasaki ZX-10R +1 lap

Did not finish

Saeed al Sulaiti QAT Pedercini Kawasaki ZX-10R
Markus Reiterberger GER Althea BMW S1000RR
Lorenzo Savadori ITA IodaRacing Aprilia RSV4
Jonathan Rea GBR Kawasaki Racing ZX-10R
Karel Abraham CZE Milwaukee BMW S1000RR

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post Sep 17 2016, 07:50 PM

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In related news

Nicky Hayden to replace Miller at Aragon?


Nicky Hayden looks set to return to the MotoGP World Championship as a replacement for Jack Miller at Aragon.

The 2006 title winner, now competing in World Superbike, had been ready to step in for Miller at Silverstone - before the Australian was declared fit to ride after recovering sufficiently from back injuries at the Red Bull Ring.

But lingering hand injuries sustained in the same accident saw Miller withdraw from last Sunday's Misano race - and strong rumours suggest the Assen winner has ruled out returning to his Marc VDS Honda at Aragon.

Although yet to be officially unconfirmed, it seems Miller needs more time off the bike to allow the hand to heal and by sacrificing Aragon he would be fit for the three flyaway races that follow - including his home Phillip Island event.

Hayden - who took 28 podiums, including three wins, during his grand prix career - claimed his first WorldSBK win at Sepang and is currently sixth in the world championship.

The last time the #69 rode a factory-class RCV (and Michelin tyres) was at the Repsol Honda team in 2008, having steered Open class machines for the Aspar team in 2014 and 2015, following five seasons at Ducati.

Hayden would be the second World Superbike regular on the Aragon MotoGP grid, with Alex Lowes again replacing Bradley Smith at Tech 3 Yamaha...


Courtesy of crash.net
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post Sep 18 2016, 06:46 PM

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QUOTE(skylinelover @ Sep 18 2016, 05:53 PM)
how is the standings now???if still big gap,,,then i aint watching laugh.gif hmm.gif
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26 points between Jonathan rea and Tom sykes
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post Sep 25 2016, 12:24 PM

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QUOTE(skylinelover @ Sep 24 2016, 06:00 PM)
Aragon anyone laugh.gif hmm.gif
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Yeah, a lot of action in practice
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post Sep 25 2016, 12:24 PM

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QUOTE(skylinelover @ Sep 24 2016, 06:00 PM)
Aragon anyone laugh.gif hmm.gif
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Yeah, a lot of action in practice
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post Oct 4 2016, 10:30 AM

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QUOTE(skylinelover @ Oct 4 2016, 07:55 AM)
Haha i think MM is like VR in early 2000s laugh.gif dont think ianone dovi can be the next VR bcuz its going 2 be all spanish 4 the next decade doh.gif
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Yeah, not a lot of potential italians in moto2. Luca marini is always crashing too. Rossi's half brother
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post Oct 9 2016, 11:03 AM

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QUOTE(voscar @ Oct 7 2016, 10:33 PM)
So Lorenzo preparing to replace hamilton after he quit motogp...
http://www.motogp.com/en/news/2016/10/07/l...s-unreal/212262
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One crybaby for another? Oddly enough no times were posted.

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