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Re: MotoGP 2019
« Reply #140 on: February 28, 2019, 09:15:41 am »
IDGAF you wins the first race at this stage.

Let's just get the season going!

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Re: MotoGP 2019
« Reply #141 on: February 28, 2019, 02:17:37 pm »
My money is on Petrucci for the first win

Based on what? certainly not past performance

Just a hunch...

He has been sucking hind tit for long enough now.

He is on arguably the best bike on the grid, and Ducati always goes well at Qatar.

Ahh ok, well I rate him as a rider, i think he is more than capable of getting up there in the top 10 but for him to podium there will have to be a few crashes ahead of him. Rossi is going to be giving it horns out the gate this season and Lorenzo has something to prove, MM is simply going to think the title is his and Dovi who in my opinion was the rider of the year last year will want some podiums. but Dovi is the man to watch

I think this season is going to be an absolute cracker.. I say that every year but this year with Pedrosa gone I have a spring in my step again.

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Re: MotoGP 2019
« Reply #142 on: February 28, 2019, 02:23:02 pm »
Ahh ok, well I rate him as a rider, i think he is more than capable of getting up there in the top 10 but for him to podium there will have to be a few crashes ahead of him. Rossi is going to be giving it horns out the gate this season and Lorenzo has something to prove, MM is simply going to think the title is his and Dovi who in my opinion was the rider of the year last year will want some podiums. but Dovi is the man to watch

I think this season is going to be an absolute cracker.. I say that every year but this year with Pedrosa gone I have a spring in my step again.



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Re: MotoGP 2019
« Reply #143 on: March 01, 2019, 11:19:33 am »
&^&()*&&%!!!!

Injury from last year just ruled Steven Odendaal out of Moto2 testing at Qatar this weekend and the first GP of the season, next weekend.

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Re: MotoGP 2019
« Reply #144 on: March 03, 2019, 02:45:25 pm »
Final Official Moto 2 and Moto 3 testing from Qatar:

Moto 2, Day 1:

Young Brad become the first Moto2 rider to break the 2 minute lap time barrier at Qatar with this run.

1 Brad Binder RSA Red Bull KTM Ajo (KTM) 1m 59.776s [Session 3]
2 Sam Lowes GBR Federal Oil Gresini Moto2 (Kalex) 2m 0.178s [Session 2]
3 Iker Lecuona SPA American Racing KTM (KTM) 2m 0.201s [Session 3]
4 Jorge Navarro SPA +Ego Speed Up (Speed Up) 2m 0.269s [Session 2]
5 Alex Marquez SPA EG 0.0 Marc VDS (Kalex) 2m 0.429s [Session 3]
6 Tom Luthi SWI Dynavolt Intact GP (Kalex) 2m 0.444s [Session 3]
7 Xavi Vierge SPA EG 0.0 Marc VDS (Kalex) 2m 0.591s [Session 3]
8 Augusto Fernandez SPA FlexBox HP 40 (Kalex) 2m 0.638s [Session 2]
9 Luca Marini ITA SKY Racing Team VR46 (Kalex) 2m 0.647s [Session 3]
10 Marcel Schrotter GER Dynavolt Intact GP (Kalex) 2m 0.647s [Session 3]

Moto 2, Day 2:

1 Sam Lowes GBR Federal Oil Gresini Moto2 (Kalex) 1m 58.824s [Session 5]
2 Remy Gardner AUS ONEXOX TKKR SAG Team (Kalex) 1m 58.879s [Session 5]
3 Jorge Martin SPA Red Bull KTM Ajo (KTM) 1m 59.039s [Session 5]
4 Alex Marquez SPA EG 0.0 Marc VDS (Kalex) 1m 59.119s [Session 5]
5Xavi Vierge SPA EG 0.0 Marc VDS (Kalex) 1m 59.168s [Session 6]
6 Luca Marini ITA SKY Racing Team VR46 (Kalex) 1m 59.260s [Session 5]
7 Jorge Navarro SPA +Ego Speed Up (Speed Up) 1m 59.330s [Session 6]
8 Marcel Schrotter GER Dynavolt Intact GP (Kalex) 1m 59.370s [Session 5]
9 Tom Luthi SWI Dynavolt Intact GP (Kalex) 1m 59.386s [Session 5]
10 Fabio Di Giannantonio ITA +Ego Speed Up (Speed Up) 1m 59.407s [Session 6]
14 Brad Binder RSA Red Bull KTM Ajo (KTM) 1m 59.532s [Session 6]

Day 1, Moto 3:

1 Tony Arbolino ITA Snipers Team (Honda) 2m 7.753s [Session 3]
2 Romano Fenati ITA Snipers Team (Honda) 2m 7.854s [Session 3]
3 Lorenzo Dalla Porta ITA Leopard Racing (Honda) 2m 8.283s [Session 3]
4 Marcos Ramirez SPA Leopard Racing (Honda) 2m 8.313s [Session 3]
5 Kaito Toba JPN Honda Team Asia (Honda) 2m 8.608s [Session 3]
6 Niccolo Antonelli ITA SIC58 Squadra Corse (Honda) 2m 8.634s [Session 3]
7 Ai Ogura JPN Honda Team Asia (Honda) 2m 8.784s [Session 3]
8 Alonso Lopez SPA Estrella Galicia 0.0 (Honda) 2m 8.844s [Session 3]
9 Kazuki Masaki JPN BOE Skull Rider Mugen Race (KTM) 2m 8.846s [Session 3]
10 Gabriel Rodrigo ARG Kömmerling Gresini Moto3 (Honda) 2m 8.926s [Session 2]
25 Darryn Binder RSA CIP Green Power (KTM) 2m 10.646s [Session 2]

Moto 3, Day 2:

Darryn caught a wake up!

1 Romano Fenati ITA Snipers Team (Honda) 2m 5.989s [Session 6]
2 Tony Arbolino ITA Snipers Team (Honda) 2m 6.115s [Session 6]
3 Aron Canet SPA Sterilgarda Max Racing Team (KTM) 2m 6.137s [Session 6]
4 Lorenzo Dalla Porta ITA Leopard Racing (Honda) 2m 6.339s [Session 5]
5 Kaito Toba JPN Honda Team Asia (Honda) 2m 6.437s [Session 5]
6 Darryn Binder RSA CIP Green Power (KTM) 2m 6.547s [Session 5]
7 Marcos Ramirez SPA Leopard Racing (Honda) 2m 6.684s [Session 6]
8 Kazuki Masaki JPN BOE Skull Rider Mugen Race (KTM) 2m 6.721s [Session 5]
9 Gabriel Rodrigo ARG Kömmerling Gresini Moto3 (Honda) 2m 6.736s [Session 5]
10 Niccolo Antonelli ITA SIC58 Squadra Corse (Honda) 2m 6.783s [Session 5]
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Re: MotoGP 2019
« Reply #145 on: March 03, 2019, 03:34:24 pm »
Okay, so Brad's the fastest .................................. and the slowest

As long as he's faster than himself, he should do okay  :thumleft:
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Re: MotoGP 2019
« Reply #146 on: March 03, 2019, 04:17:36 pm »
Okay, so Brad's the fastest .................................. and the slowest

As long as he's faster than himself, he should do okay  :thumleft:

Nooit!  He is not the slowest.  His slowest was 14th fastest.  There are 30 odd riders.
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Re: MotoGP 2019
« Reply #147 on: March 04, 2019, 09:39:57 am »
Moto 2, Qatar, Combined Times:

Nice to see Brad's team mate now also coming into the top 10.

1 Sam Lowes GBR Federal Oil Gresini Moto2 (Kalex) 1m 58.439s [Session 8]
2 Tom Luthi SWI Dynavolt Intact GP (Kalex) 1m 58.663s [Session 8]
3 Remy Gardner AUS ONEXOX TKKR SAG Team (Kalex) 1m 58.755s [Session 8]
4 Augusto Fernandez SPA FlexBox HP 40 (Kalex) 1m 58.757s [Session 8]
5 Marcel Schrotter GER Dynavolt Intact GP (Kalex) 1m 58.787s [Session 9]
6 Xavi Vierge SPA EG 0.0 Marc VDS (Kalex) 1m 58.880s [Session 9]
7 Jorge Navarro SPA +Ego Speed Up (Speed Up) 1m 58.923s [Session 9]
8 Alex Marquez SPA EG 0.0 Marc VDS (Kalex) 1m 58.948s [Session 9]
9 Luca Marini ITA SKY Racing Team VR46 (Kalex) 1m 58.980s [Session 8]
10 Brad Binder RSA Red Bull KTM Ajo (KTM) 1m 58.999s [Session 8]
11 Jorge Martin SPA Red Bull KTM Ajo (KTM) 1m 59.042s [Session 8]
12 Iker Lecuona SPA American Racing KTM (KTM) 1m 59.200s [Session 9]
13 Nicolo Bulega ITA SKY Racing Team VR46 (Kalex) 1m 59.226s [Session 9]
14 Tetsuta Nagashima JPN ONEXOX TKKR SAG Team (Kalex) 1m 59.306s [Session 8]
15 Bo Bendsneyder NED NTS RW Racing GP (NTS) 1m 59.308s [Session 9]
16 Lorenzo Baldassarri ITA FlexBox HP 40 (Kalex) 1m 59.325s [Session 9]
17 Andrea Locatelli ITA Italtrans Racing Team (Kalex) 1m 59.335s [Session 9]
18 Enea Bastianini ITA Italtrans Racing Team (Kalex) 1m 59.351s [Session 8]
19 Fabio Di Giannantonio ITA +Ego Speed Up (Speed Up) 1m 59.491s [Session 8]
20 Somkiat Chantra THA Idemitsu Honda Team Asia (Kalex) 1m 59.734s [Session 8]
21 Simone Corsi ITA Tasca Racing Scuderia Moto2 (Kalex) 1m 59.829s [Session 8]
22 Khairul Idham Pawi MAL Petronas Sprinta Racing (Kalex) 2m 0.148s [Session 8]
23 Jesko Raffin SWI NTS RW Racing GP (NTS) 2m 0.334s [Session 9]
24 Joe Roberts USA American Racing KTM (KTM) 2m 0.414s [Session 9]
25 Jake Dixon GBR Angel Nieto Team (KTM) 2m 0.621s [Session 9]
26 Lukas Tulovic GER Kiefer Racing (KTM) 2m 0.725s [Session 7]
27 Dominique Aegerter SWI MV Agusta Idealavoro Forward (MV Agusta) 2m 0.896s [Session 9]
28 Marco Bezzecchi ITA Red Bull KTM Tech 3 (KTM) 2m 0.921s [Session 9]
29 Philipp Oettl GER Red Bull KTM Tech 3 (KTM) 2m 1.337s [Session 9]
30 Stefano Manzi ITA MV Agusta Idealavoro Forward (MV Agusta) 2m 1.564s [Session 7]
31 Xavier Cardelus AND Angel Nieto Team (KTM) 2m 1.656s [Session 9]
32 Dimas Ekky Pratama INA Idemitsu Honda Team Asia (Kalex) 2m 1.824s [Session 7]

Moto 3:

Interesting to note that Darryn is steadfastly improving, but his team mate is still slowest.  He is a rookie, but I do hope it is not an indication of this teams performance, budget, etc.

1 Romano Fenati ITA Snipers Team (Honda) 2m 5.285s [Session 8]
2 Tony Arbolino ITA Snipers Team (Honda) 2m 5.515s [Session 8]
3 Aron Canet SPA Sterilgarda Max Racing Team (KTM) 2m 5.653s [Session 9]
4 Lorenzo Dalla Porta ITA Leopard Racing (Honda) 2m 5.771s [Session 8]
5 Niccolo Antonelli ITA SIC58 Squadra Corse (Honda) 2m 5.792s [Session 8]
6 John McPhee GBR Petronas Sprinta Racing (Honda) 2m 5.899s [Session 8]
7 Marcos Ramirez SPA Leopard Racing (Honda) 2m 6.030s [Session 8]
8 Tatsuki Suzuki JPN SIC58 Squadra Corse (Honda) 2m 6.090s [Session 8]
9 Dennis Foggia ITA SKY Racing Team VR46 (KTM) 2m 6.199s [Session 8]
10 Celestino Vietti ITA SKY Racing Team VR46 (KTM) 2m 6.200s [Session 8]
11 Kaito Toba JPN Honda Team Asia (Honda) 2m 6.206s [Session 9]
12 Alonso Lopez SPA Estrella Galicia 0.0 (Honda) 2m 6.243s [Session 9]
13 Kazuki Masaki JPN BOE Skull Rider Mugen Race (KTM) 2m 6.246s [Session 7]
14 Albert Arenas SPA Angel Nieto Team (KTM) 2m 6.312s [Session 8]
15 Ayumu Sasaki JPN Petronas Sprinta Racing (Honda) 2m 6.341s [Session 9]
16 Darryn Binder RSA CIP Green Power (KTM) 2m 6.503s [Session 8]
17 Raul Fernandez SPA Angel Nieto Team (KTM) 2m 6.558s [Session 7]
18 Jakub Kornfeil CZE Redox PruestelGP (KTM) 2m 6.590s [Session 7]
19 Ai Ogura JPN Honda Team Asia (Honda) 2m 6.671s [Session 8]
20 Vicente Perez SPA Reale Avintia Arizona 77 (KTM) 2m 6.787s [Session 9]
21 Sergio Garcia SPA Estrella Galicia 0.0 (Honda) 2m 6.975s [Session 9]
22 Can Oncu TUR Red Bull KTM Ajo (KTM) 2m 6.984s [Session 8]
23 Filip Salac CZE Redox PruestelGP (KTM) 2m 7.217s [Session 8]
24 Makar Yurchenko KAZ BOE Skull Rider Mugen Race (KTM) 2m 7.227s [Session 8]
25 Andrea Migno ITA Bester Capital Dubai (KTM) 2m 7.427s [Session 8]
26 Riccardo Rossi ITA Kömmerling Gresini Moto3 (Honda) 2m 7.992s [Session 9]
27 Tom Booth-Amos GBR CIP Green Power (KTM) 2m 8.084s [Session 8]
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Re: MotoGP 2019
« Reply #148 on: March 05, 2019, 08:50:05 pm »
Going to be interesting to see if MM has the ability to hold the front end saves as well as in previous years.
Haven't they introduced the same electronic software to all the bikes for this season

Will HRC still dominate this season??
Was it all the software??
 

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Re: MotoGP 2019
« Reply #149 on: March 06, 2019, 09:17:13 am »
Going to be interesting to see if MM has the ability to hold the front end saves as well as in previous years.
Haven't they introduced the same electronic software to all the bikes for this season

Will HRC still dominate this season??
Was it all the software??

You are asking some interesting questions.  They were on standard ECU's for two years, but still using OEM IMU's (Inertia Monitoring Units) and the believe is that some manufacturers (HRC perhaps?) used these IMU's to do ECU calculations and feed that to the standard ECU, over riding the standard ECU.  How true that is, we will probably never know, but it will be interesting to see during the coming season if MM and the HRC team is still as far ahead as they were last year.

Regardless of any of the above, I doubt MM will be as dominant simply because initial testing indicates that Yamaha, Ducati and Suzuki will all be very competitive.  Much more so than the previous two years.  Then there is JL99 on a Honda.  He is no slouch.  Still, we need to keep in mind that MM is an excellent rider, possibly best of the lot and it will take some riding to beat him, even if on identical bikes.

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Re: MotoGP 2019
« Reply #150 on: March 06, 2019, 11:51:13 am »
Last race of 2018 in Moto 3 Can Oncu smoked everyone in his 1st Moto 3 race, looked like he was in another league, now you look at testing and he is way off the pace?  Weird how it works, I still have him as the Moto 3 winner for 2019 if he can keep it together
 

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Re: MotoGP 2019
« Reply #151 on: March 06, 2019, 12:00:31 pm »
Wasn't it raining that day? Perhaps he's a wet weather specialist.
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Re: MotoGP 2019
« Reply #152 on: March 06, 2019, 12:11:03 pm »
Last race of 2018 in Moto 3 Can Oncu smoked everyone in his 1st Moto 3 race, looked like he was in another league, now you look at testing and he is way off the pace?  Weird how it works, I still have him as the Moto 3 winner for 2019 if he can keep it together

To be fair, it was a wet race and many of the top riders were riding for points, so would have been way less adventurous than young Can.  Also, although it was his first ever Moto3 World Championship Race, he is no stranger to Moto 3 KTM's.  In 2016 he was 9th in the Asian Talent Cup and in 2017 he finished 3rd.  During 2017 he was also 3rd in the Red Bull Rookies Cup and then in 2018 he became the Red Bull Rookies Cup Champion.   Both the Asian Talent Cup and Red Bull Rookies Cup is raced with Moto 3 KTM's.

He is certainly worth watching as he and his twin brother Deniz has been taken under the KTM Red Bull Ajo Racing wing.  He will race for them in the Moto 3 World Championship this year, while brother Deniz will do the same in the FIM Junior World Championship.  Deniz is no slouch either:

2016  Asian Talent Cup: 10th
2017 Asian Talent Cup: 1st
2017 Red Bull Rookies Cup: 4th
2018 Red Bull Rookies Cup: 2nd

Look our for Deniz.  He is sure to join brother Can in Moto 3 World Championship next year. 

I doubt Can will make an impact during this year, for the same reason Darryn Binder struggled last year.  The fact that the Red Bull Ajo KTM team is only running one bike in the Motor 3 championship is telling about the budget.  I believe they are putting all their resources into MotoGP and Moto 2.

 
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Re: MotoGP 2019
« Reply #153 on: March 06, 2019, 01:31:07 pm »
After threatening the Moto 2 and Moto 3 riders that Race Direction will change their qualifying from the normal 1 hour to two 15 minute sessions as the MotoGP bikes do, because they wait for slipstreams, it has been done.  From this weekend, Moto 2 and Moto 3 will also qualify in the Q1, Q2 format.  Fastest 14 riders with their combined times for FP1, FP2 and FP3 will automatically go to Q2.  The rest will go to Q1, from where the fastest 4 will join Q2.

Some  numbers to wet the appetite for Sunday's MotoGP Race:

Riders on grid:  22
Riders with multiple Premier Class Titles:  3
Riders with at least 1 smaller class title:  8
The above 11 riders claimed 30 world championships between them.
Riders with world titles from WSBK Series: 1 
19 of the above 22 riders have claimed a victory in one of the classes.  Combined total:  419 victories
8 of the above have been 1st in the Premier Class
Nationalities:  9
Youngest Rider on the day of the Qatar Race:  19 years and 324 days - Fabio Quartararo
Oldest rider on the day of the race: 40 years and 22 days - Guess who.
20 years and 63 days splits the youngest and oldest and both will be on Yamahas.


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Re: MotoGP 2019
« Reply #154 on: March 07, 2019, 08:14:33 am »
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« Reply #155 on: March 07, 2019, 08:31:04 am »
Do we have a pool yet on SB?

Not that I am aware.  Do you want to go make one, or should I?
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Re: MotoGP 2019
« Reply #156 on: March 08, 2019, 05:23:47 am »
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« Reply #157 on: March 08, 2019, 07:07:16 am »
Need that Superbru pool. Please 👍🏻

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« Reply #158 on: March 08, 2019, 09:41:04 am »
Will do one.
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« Reply #159 on: March 08, 2019, 09:42:16 am »
Do we have a pool yet on SB?

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