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  1. interesant e ca Razlan zice ca o sa aibe o boxa mare fara zid intre ei si echipa de uzina. o sa poata discuta cu inginerii, cu cei de la aerodinamica, totul full transparent.
  2. s-ar putea sa aibe un impediment. daca am inteles eu bine o sa se dea cu modelul 2022. depinde de Aprilia daca ii dau ceva update-uri ca sa-l ajute sa se bata sus cursa de cursa.
  3. Da, comparativ cu, cursa, dar tot e ceva ...
  4. Mai interesant e ca Remy Gardner si-a imbunatatit timpul cu Yamaha Sbk cu 0.3 fata de Ktm Mgp
  5. Pedrosa a fost confirmat ca si "card-salbatic" la Jerez in Aprilie
  6. da, totusi la ktm parca arata mai bine culorile de anul asta de fapt nu au prea schimbat nici ei nimic
  7. Honda a testat azi la Jerez un sasiu nou, aripi noi si toba noua de la Akrapovic.
  8. Din pacate informatiile in limba romana despre motogp sunt aproape 0 sau foarte tarzii. O sa pun doar link de acum si iti traduci tu de acolo ce te intereseaza sa nu mai fie cu suparare. Pace
  9. Like Francesco Bagnaia who also elected for the #1 plate in MotoGP, Bautista will use the number after Razgatlioglu, Jonathan Rea, Tom Sykes and Sylvain Guintoli all donned the #1 for their title defence.
  10. "It was a complicated process, but I finally picked the number at the photo shoot last week," said Bagnaia, who won seven races last year. "It has been a long time since we saw the #1 in MotoGP. I've always admired people racing with #1. It represents your identity as a world champion. "63 will always be my number. I've always raced with it and I will use it together with the number 1. So I'll have a small 63 inside the #1 and on my helmet." Winning the premier-class title with the #1 plate is something that eluded the likes of Stoner, Jorge Lorenzo and Nicky Hayden. Indeed, the last time a rider took the #1 to title glory in the premier class was back in the 500cc era, with Mick Doohan, in 1998.
  11. Aprilia’s MotoGP aero: ‘It’s a new world, like when Columbus went to America!’ JANUARY 17TH 2023 Aprilia goes into the 2023 MotoGP world championship as a genuine title challenger. Technical director Romano Albesiano guides us through the latest RS-GP developments, from engine to aero https://www.motorsportmagazine.com/articles/motorcycles/motogp/aprilias-motogp-aero-its-a-new-world-like-when-columbus-went-to-america?v=f5b15f58caba Mat Oxley: What were the positives and negatives of the RS-GP’s performance in 2022? Albesiano: There wasn’t one big item we developed, so it’s been a general increase of performance, on the engine side, the chassis side, in the aerodynamics and in the way we work on track to optimise all the parameters, which is a vital factor. The weak point has been the consistency of performance, because we had a few races where the performance wasn’t aligned with the rest of the season, which was a surprise for us. ... The rear wing you used at Mugello was a bolt-on part, so will you have built-in rear aero for 2023? The seat area is outside the aero homologation rules, so in theory you can change that area at every race. There’s a lot to discover in that area. We started experimenting with a small rear wing and we plan to do more. ... What happened to you at those four flyaways: Japan, Thailand, Australia and Malaysia? We had the incident at Motegi, which was a really trivial mistake, just click of a mouse, basically. OK, we can improve our procedures in these areas and we will do that for sure. But what happened at Motegi was like a hammer blow for us. Then in Thailand we had trouble with grip, the first time, so this was very surprising and this is one of the two races we still need to understand. Then at Phillip Island we had quite good race, except for a detail in the traction-control setting, which was a small mistake. Nobody is perfect. Then Malaysia is the second race to understand. For sure Aleix expected more because we were so fast in winter testing. That’s the point I mentioned earlier – we need to understand these races to have a more solid, consistent performance in the future. ... You have lost concessions for 2023, so you can’t do any engine development during the season and your riders will have fewer engines, so is this a big deal? The process is different – you have to decide your engine configuration earlier, because you have to buy a lot of parts and assemble more engines. But if I look at the 2022 season we didn’t really introduce any real changes in the engine during the season, in the parameters that are limited by engine sealing. Of course you can still change the exhaust, the airbox, the throttle-body system and you can change the fuel and the oil. So it will be basically the same and I’m not too concerned, maybe just a little bit, because we have to serve double the number of riders. This is a level of complication that we have to do carefully but we are preparing for this. mai multe in link
  12. no, spionajul nu se poate face direct intre echipe? cred ei ca jurnalistii sunt cei care fac spionaj? ciudata decizie https://www.gpone.com/en/2023/01/18/motogp/tests-prohibited-for-journalists-and-fans-sepang-becomes-area-51.html
  13. se pregateste o schimbare tehnica in 2027. https://www.gpone.com/en/2023/01/12/motogp/cecchinelli-says-that-dorna-also-intends-to-bring-in-a-ban-on-rear-ride-height
  14. ai confundat personajele Triumph a zis ca nu vor deocamdata mai mult decat Moto2.
  15. ce variante are Dorna de nu vor echipe private? Kawa nu vor ca e prea scump, poate BMW, dar nu au rezultate nici in SBK. https://www.crash.net/motogp/news/1018663/1/sito-pons-admits-failed-attempt-replacing-suzuki-motogp "We have had many discussions about MotoGP with Dorna CEO Carmelo Ezpeleta," Pons told Speedweek.com. "We officially asked him if we could come back to the MotoGP class with Team Pons. "But Carmelo has made it clear to me that he wants a manufacturer and is not signing any additional satellite teams at the moment. "That was his clear answer. We have been asking him for many years if we can get MotoGP slots. There was an opportunity once, but we missed it because no factory would give us bikes." "When Suzuki announced its withdrawal in May, we did it again. We talked to Carmelo. "We have the resources, we have the experience. But unfortunately there is not one. Private team - no place."
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