RT @matoxley: This week's MotoGP blog; the answer to the question everyone's always asking: why are MotoGP V4s faster than MotoGP inline-4s…niceguyrichy 🏴 @niceguyrichy • 21 Jan 16:07 GMT
RT @matoxley: This week's MotoGP blog; the answer to the question everyone's always asking: why are MotoGP V4s faster than MotoGP inline-4s…Alamsyah @bencana_alam2 • 21 Jan 15:57 GMT
Something needs to be done in motorsport now, because it’s a big problem when riders have to drop out before the season has begun because they can’t afford to pay for their seat.
Here's a cool, recently-uploaded aerial snap from a circuit in 1936. This circuit would go on to host numerous categories, such as F1, MotoGP, BTCC and many more. It is still in use today by many series.
But can you identify which one it is? 🤔 https://t.co/2N9wBL2S9X
Belgian Motorcycle Academy joins the Road to MotoGP https://t.co/XMkN7gZCkpFolletts Bikes @FollettsBikes • 21 Jan 10:48 GMT
@denkmit That's a real shame, seems to be part of the furniture in MotoGP...wishing him luck in future ventures.Lee musselwhite @leemuz73 • 20 Jan 16:31 GMT
@matoxley @SteffanBow @pecinogp A defeated Scott Ru$$ell put a factory RGV500 on the podium at Brno. Superbike can still be a route to MotoGP if the rider takes the gamble on moving across I guess. Brad Ray was lookingbas if he might have had a career path that way with Suzuki but they haven’t a WorldSBK teamNeil Brown @neilbrownNB12 • 20 Jan 15:13 GMT
@SteffanBow @neilbrownNB12 @pecinogp Indeed, possibly because this was early days of MotoGP, so WSBK riders were more interesting to MotoGP teams cos they had 4-stroke experience. Can anyone recall any WSBK riders getting rookie factory MotoGP rides since then? I can't be arsed to trawl through the big red bookMat Oxley @matoxley • 20 Jan 14:57 GMT
@andrewpitt88 @jonathanrea @motomatters @pecinogp I fully understand the complexities. My point is merely that it's pointless saying anyone deserves a ride anywhere. Jonathan could've gone to MotoGP with an indie team but he chose a factory ride in WSBK & good on him. He's enjoyed astonishing success & will retire a v happy manMat Oxley @matoxley • 20 Jan 13:58 GMT
@MotoGPJules I want to see the best riders in the world racing Grand Prix's so if MotoGP didn't have a Brit involved it wouldn't stop me watching.RWK79 @RWK79 • 20 Jan 10:01 GMT
Getting bored now waiting for the next motogp season https://t.co/bKddJJIjDcSweeney @KimSweeney3 • 20 Jan 08:54 GMT
That actually looks better than their MotoGP bike https://t.co/bSVtvxorIyPhil Smyth @bigphil746 • 17 Jan 21:15 GMT
RT @Racelineimages: Up for sale are my beloved MotoGP high gloss prints on wood taken by yours truly to make room for 2020, absolute one of…Peacemaker @fuzzysemi • 17 Jan 10:35 GMT
RT @Racelineimages: Up for sale are my beloved MotoGP high gloss prints on wood taken by yours truly to make room for 2020, absolute one of…Simon Wilson @Siborg1967 • 17 Jan 09:22 GMT
@suziperry @jonbentley90 @OrtisDeley @JasonBradbury You seem to have a very similar relationship with the MotoGP team now Suzi!! Coincidence? I think not. You always have fun not far from the surface and I'm sure that it affects everyone around you luvvie! You're a very special lady!!Richard Pumfrey @PumfreyRichard • 17 Jan 08:29 GMT
@alex_sanch @Toyota_Hybrid @FIAWEC @sebringraceway @COTA Sebring is a much older track and is renound for its bumps, but this is fine as it's mainly used for GT and Prototype racing which can handle the bumps.
Whereas COTA is used for the likes of @F1 and @MotoGP where bumps would damage the vehicles and ruin the driver's race.