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   Old Thread  #602 28 Mar 2023 at 8.54pm    Login    Register
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Enjoyed the race but can't help thinking MM will end up seriously injured or seriously injuring someone else.
scozza
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   Old Thread  #601 27 Mar 2023 at 8.37pm    Login    Register
MotoGP anybody?

Rat boy takes one out already

To be fair I hope he does well and FQ, Yamaha have some work to do there!

KTM looking better too
Goose
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   Old Thread  #600 7 Mar 2023 at 7.44pm    Login    Register
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You may find he couldn't ride it competitively but would have been interesting watching what he could do without all the setup data .
scozza
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   Old Thread  #599 7 Mar 2023 at 5.30pm    Login    Register
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Canít see Rea going nowhere, all the data they must have is unreal, just need to sort the bike out for me

I would like to see him on a Ducati though just to see what they could really get out of it!
Goose
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   Old Thread  #598 7 Mar 2023 at 10.05am    Login    Register
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Don't want revs lowered on the duke, they all work to the same regs so it's up to the other manufacturers to up their game. Would like to have seen JR switch manufacturer last season.
scozza
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   Old Thread  #597 5 Mar 2023 at 7.36pm    Login    Register
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Bit of a shambles for Rea

Say one thing though, other than the Ducatis needing some revs taking off them,straight line speed is a bit of a piss take and takes the edge off it for me, itís competitive, quite a few in the mix. Locatteli looking good too
Goose
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   Old Thread  #596 4 Mar 2023 at 8.23pm    Login    Register
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Bautista again in race one.
scozza
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   Old Thread  #595 1 Mar 2023 at 6.22am    Login    Register
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V4 power!

To be fair Batista won all the Phillip island races on his debut by a country mile. See what happens throughout the rest of the season, even more competitive, some more good riders and fast teams

Straight line speed of the Ducati with a flyweight is ridiculous
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   Old Thread  #594 28 Feb 2023 at 11.04pm    Login    Register
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Three nill for Ducati at the season opener.
scozza
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   Old Thread  #593 19 Nov 2022 at 5.17pm    Login    Register
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Mate has a super duke, nice bike to be fair

Posted before, my mate got pulled doing over the ton and he got away with it, speed awareness course

Iím not riding my bike enough, Iíve done 2,100 miles since I got it in 2021. As I see it now, a sports bike would be more useful for the summer. I sold my 2018 GSXR and wish I hadnít, now, the Panigale is very similar, riding position too, to be fair when I sat on it, it wasn't that bad, surprised me really. If Iím honest nothing wrong with the supersport other than it wonít do more than 138 up over the mountain lol

What started me off was, i have been fancying and looking for a 1299 with full Akros, last of the V twins, just for the IOM and a few rides out, trouble is for a decent one with low miles you can pick a V4 up for similar


JR gets a win
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   Old Thread  #592 18 Nov 2022 at 12.06pm    Login    Register
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Don't do the v4 pan, you will definitely lose your licence, got pulled by an unmarked while test riding a superduke GT a few months ago , luckily I spotted him pull out from his hideaway and slowed down while he followed me and eventually pulled me over and how fast were you going back there when you passed me. Obviously he didn't know so got off with a warning.
scozza
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   Old Thread  #591 18 Nov 2022 at 6.25am    Login    Register
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Agree

JR and Toprak, two of the best ever, had my picture took with them this year

Some of the best racing I have seen, every circuit it has been crazily close!

No doubt though, the Ducati needs some revs taking off it, up to and over 12 bikes lengths on the straights! Became a joke for me, close racing then on the straight leaves everybody for dead, thats the only reason AB has won it, good rider but not in the class of the other two

Went into my local dealer the other day to book my bike in for a service, nearly ended up with a Panigale V4
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   Old Thread  #590 17 Nov 2022 at 9.25pm    Login    Register
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Has this been the best wsbk season ever. ? While I loved it when foggy was racing this season has seen some incredible close racing.
scozza
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   Old Thread  #589 1 Nov 2022 at 6.03am    Login    Register
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Ducati dominance MotoGP and WSB, straight line speed is ridiculous in comparison

I hope FQ wins it, to be fair Yamaha are due for a good race, not been competitive for a while now. Probably nailed on that FB wins it
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   Old Thread  #588 31 Oct 2022 at 2.15pm    Login    Register
championship decider this weekend...im going for peco if he don't chuck it in the kitty litter. but, will miller and bastiani be helping or fighting him. even zarco could be in the mix and helping Quattro . overall hopefully will be a good and safe race.
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