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    Motogp 2011

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    Datei Dateiversionen Dateiverwendung Globale Dateiverwendung Metadaten Es ist keine höhere Auflösung vorhanden.

    Katsuyuki Nakasuga [34]. Ben Spies [35]. Monster Yamaha Tech 3. Colin Edwards [36]. Josh Hayes [37]. Cal Crutchlow [38].

    Key Regular Rider. Rider Rounds IodaRacing Project. FTR Moto M Simone Corsi [43]. Mattia Pasini [43]. Kalex Moto2. Randy Krummenacher [44].

    Stefan Bradl [44]. Avintia-STX Blusens-STX. Kenny Noyes [47]. Esteve Rabat [45]. Tommaso Lorenzetti [51]. Jacob Gagne [46]. Kev Coghlan [49]. Beach [48].

    TSR TSR6. Tomoyoshi Koyama [52]. Suter MMXI. Tomoyoshi Koyama [46]. Dominique Aegerter [54]. Moriwaki MD Alex Cudlin [55].

    Mashel Al Naimi [56]. Nasser Al Malki [42]. Nasser Al Malki [57]. Thomas Lüthi [58]. MZ Racing Team. MZ Moto2.

    Anthony West [59]. FTR Moto M [60] [61]. Max Neukirchner [59]. Ratthapark Wilairot [62]. Apiwat Wongthananon [63]. Raffaele de Rosa [57].

    TSR TSR6 [65]. Alex de Angelis [64]. Jules Cluzel [66]. Alex Baldolini [66]. Raffaele de Rosa [67]. Jordi Torres [57].

    Raffaele de Rosa [51]. Elena Rosell [71]. Elena Rosell [50]. Tech 3 B Tech 3 Racing. Tech 3 Mistral Bradley Smith [73]. Mike Di Meglio [73].

    Andreozzi Reparto Corse [46]. Alessandro Andreozzi [46]. Alex Baldolini [75]. Carmelo Morales [76]. Sergio Gadea [50]. Raffaele de Rosa [74].

    Alex Baldolini [67]. Axel Pons [79]. Andrea Iannone [80]. Takaaki Nakagami [52]. Robertino Pietri [13]. Claudio Corti [81].

    Jacob Gagne [48]. Mika Kallio [83]. Scott Redding [84]. Kris McLaren [68]. Blake Leigh-Smith [68]. Valentin Debise [80]. Michele Pirro [86].

    Yuki Takahashi [86]. MIR Moto2. Ten Kate Moto2. Michael van der Mark [71]. Mattia Tarozzi [51]. Hafizh Syahrin [63]. Mohamad Zamri Baba [63].

    Team CatalunyaCaixa Repsol. MS Racing [88]. Steven Odendaal [88]. Rider Rounds Team Italia FMI. Aprilia RSW Luigi Morciano [89]. Alessandro Tonucci [89].

    Avant- AirAsia - Ajo AirAsia - SIC - Ajo. Derbi RSA Johann Zarco [90]. Zulfahmi Khairuddin [13]. Caretta Technology Forward Team Caretta Technology Caretta Technology Race Dept.

    Jack Miller [92]. Alexis Masbou [93]. Daniel Kartheininger [13]. Hiroki Ono [13]. Damien Raemy [94]. Alexis Masbou [95].

    Marco Colandrea [96]. Francesco Mauriello [97]. Sturla Fagerhaug [93]. Sarath Kumar [97]. Luca Fabrizio [98]. Aprilia RSA Sandro Cortese [99].

    Juan Francisco Guevara []. Brad Binder [98]. Alberto Moncayo []. Miguel Oliveira []. Brad Binder []. Luis Salom []. Ron Lieback One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in , and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling.

    He is also the author of " to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time. Related Posts. Featuring a cc short-stroke DOHC motor that puts out 15 horsepower and meets Euro 5 emissions regulations, the Husqvarna Svartpilen is an Read more.

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    Where have we hear that before? Oh that's right we haven't. Normally the line goes 'such and such can't get a ride because he's not Latin'.

    A true enough assesment of Espargaro's situation and a nice little dig at the small minded out there. Another good assesment inasmuch as sattelite team rider's prospects go for Now,the rookie rule is just plain stupid.

    At this level we want to see the best. The rookie rule precludes a host of tallent going straight to a factory team unless they have served an apprenticeship.

    Maybe,its time they introduced an arguable,but equally stupid Old Boy rule. Something along the lines of 3 years maximum in Factory or Sattelite in GP.

    Failure to finish in top 6 in your third year precludes any rider from racing at this level. How long does it take to learn how to fry an egg?

    Issues of nationality coupled to sponsorship,popularity etc are major. Right now the Premier class is a bottleneck. Too many good old boys hogging seats at the expense of young,raw,hungry tallent.

    That wouldn't be equally as stupid. It would be MORE stupid! You are seriously underestimating the difficulty in getting into the top 6 - especially on a satellite bike.

    In the last 3 years the only riders to finish in the top 6 for the first time were Stoner and Hopkins in 07, Jorge and Dovi in 08, and NO ONE in If you look at the top 6 right now ALL are factory bikes.

    Anyone can turn the stove up to the temperature to fry an egg - you can't turn up the wick of a satellite bike to match a factory bike.

    And young, raw, hungry talent doesn't always equal success but usually adds a bit the spare parts bill. Kallio and Espargaro looked young, raw,and hungry last year but they aren't exactly getting done this year are they?

    Team owners can employ who they want and for whatever reason - there is no guarantee that they will always choose "younger" talent.

    MotoGP riders don't grow on trees. There is a reason there is no huge turnover in MotoGP from year to year. And none of that will change anything at the top - Rossi, Jorge, Casey, and Dani are still the best.

    Hopefully Spies will get in with them but for your argument that only increases the bottle neck with few opportunities for anyone to break into the top 6.

    These guys are the best you know? Changing over riders for the sake of change will not change that. I forgot to include Dovi and Hayden who are currently in the top 6.

    The rookie rule is another invention to help satellite teams navigate the treacherous cc era. The rule is designed to provide satellite teams with high-profile rookies who can attract sponsorship but who are also paid by the manufacturer.

    A dumb rule written to fix a dumb formula. I think your rule would to even more to help WSBK than the rookie rule already does. Besides, who would do the development work?

    Not sure but it seems you are suggesting that the overall age of the grid is too high. To me it seems like the grid is as young as it has been in the MotoGP era.

    Apart from CEII, Rossi and Capirossi the rest are in their 20's. The GOAT can stay as long he wants to. Capirossi will be gone soon and CEII is likely done this season.

    MotoGP Silly Season - Part 2, Satellite Squads And Departure Lounge Yesterday, we discussed who is going where in the factory teams in MotoGP.

    Tech 3 Monster - The US energy drink giant is stepping up its backing of the Tech 3 team for , funding both MotoGP and Moto2 teams.

    With a number of top riders already on personal contracts with Monster, the job of filling the two vacant seats at Tech 3 should be eased a little.

    But replacing the Texas Dream Team is going to be tough. Given the size of the contract with the BBC, a British rider in MotoGP is an absolute necessity, and so the hunt is on for a competitive Brit to fill a seat in the series.

    Until Scott Redding or Bradley Smith are ready to make the step up into the premier class, team managers are fishing in the World Superbike pond looking for replacements.

    The prime candidates from WSBK are Cal Crutchlow, Johnny Rea and Leon Haslam, with all three having proven themselves fast this season.

    Of those three Brits, Crutchlow is the most likely to be given the nod. The young Briton proved his mettle by dominating World Supersport in , and finally cashed in on the five Superpoles he had snagged by taking the double at the Silverstone WSBK round.

    Crutchlow has made his desire to move to MotoGP very public, and is probably still young enough to make the switch between the codes.

    But the leap from WSBK to MotoGP remains a large one, as witnessed by so many of the WSBK champions who have made the switch before him.

    But Crutchlow has shown the grit and determination needed to stay the course, and with Yamaha firmly behind him, will at least be given the time to adjust.

    Team boss Herve Poncharal still hopes that Colin Edwards will remain with the squad, but the Texan has had enough of scrabbling for the consolation prizes and is off to try to bag a trophy or two in World Superbikes.

    Of the men who could take Edwards' place, Leon Haslam looks the best option, the young Briton being both Monster-backed and having ridden brilliantly in World Superbikes, on an underfunded and underdeveloped Suzuki now where have we heard that before?

    Johnny Rea looks to be hanging on for backing from Honda, which will only come if he has a world championship under his belt, leaving the Ulsterman racing in WSBK for at least another season.

    Max Neukirchner. MZ-RE Honda. Jules Cluzel. Anthony West. Mike Di Meglio. Mattia Pasini. Claudio Corti. Alex Baldolini. Kenny Noyes.

    Kev Coghlan. Ratthapark Wilairot. Axel Pons. Raffaele de Rosa. Jordi Torres. Carmelo Morales. Valentin Debise. Mohamad Zamri Baba.

    Tomoyoshi Koyama. Hafizh Syahrin. Robertino Pietri. Michael Van Der Mark. Ten Kate. Mashel Al Naimi. Nasser Al Malki. Elena Rosell. Steven Odendaal.

    Sergio Gadea. Blake Leigh-Smith. Jacob Gagne. Martin Cardenas. Oscar Climent. Tommaso Lorenzetti. JD Beach.

    Alessandro Andreozzi. Alex Cudlin. Mattia Tarozzi. Kris McLaren. Apiwat Wongthananon. Takaaki Nakagami. Tech 3. Luigi Morciano [ 45 ]. Alessandro Tonucci [ 45 ].

    Derbi RSA Johann Zarco [ 46 ]. Zulfahmi Khairuddin [ 2 ]. Aprilia RSA Sandro Cortese [ 47 ]. Tomoyoshi Koyama [ 2 ].

    KTM FRR Daniel Kartheininger [ 2 ]. Hiroki Ono [ 2 ]. Simone Grotzkyj [ 48 ]. Taylor Mackenzie [ 49 ]. Giulian Pedone [ 2 ].

    Bancaja Aspar Team. Home Sport MotoGP Go to home page Month: ALL December November October September August July June May April March February January.

    Nicky Hayden suffers fresh injury blow 30 December by Matthew Birt Nicky Hayden is facing a race to be fit for the first MotoGP test of in Sepang at the end of January after he suffered another injury blow while training two days after Christmas.

    Valentino Rossi has no regrets over Ducati switch 23 December by Matthew Birt Valentino Rossi says he has no regrets about moving to Ducati after a tough debut season with the Bologna factory saw the Italian icon fail to claim at least one victory in a season for the first time Casey Stoner happy to silence Rossi and Burgess criticism 23 December by Matthew Birt Casey Stoner has said his domination of the MotoGP world championship was made sweeter after the criticism he faced from Valentino Rossi and Jerry Burgess when he was riding for Ducati.

    New contract for Jorge Lorenzo top priority for Yamaha 21 December by Matthew Birt Signing Jorge Lorenzo on a new contract will be a key priority for Yamaha at the start of the MotoGP world championship campaign.

    Dorna gauging factory opinion on future MotoGP rules 16 December by Matthew Birt Dorna boss Carmelo Ezpeleta is in the process of staging individual meetings with senior management from Honda, Yamaha and Ducati over plans to introduce radical changes to technical rules in New date for MotoGP season opener 14 December by Matthew Birt The MotoGP world championship campaign will kick off one week earlier than anticipated after the Qatar night race was moved to April 8.

    Ducati will be stronger in , vows Nicky Hayden 13 December by Matthew Birt Nicky Hayden believes Ducati will bounce back stronger next season after a tough saw the Bologna factory score just two podium finishes all year.

    Burgess: Valentino Rossi still fast enough to win in MotoGP 09 December by Matthew Birt Valentino Rossi has not lost his winning touch and with a competitive bike could still be challenging Casey Stoner and Jorge Lorenzo at the front in MotoGP.

    FTR-Honda MotoGP bike ready for February 09 December by Matthew Birt A new cc MotoGP bike using a British-built FTR chassis and a tuned Honda CBRRR engine will be ready for shakedown testing in February.

    Michele Pirro to ride Gresini-FTR cc MotoGP bike 05 December by Matthew Birt Fausto Gresini has confirmed that Michele Pirro will be promoted from his Moto2 squad to ride a new Honda CBRRR-powered MotoGP machine in

    Dorna Sports. The Japanese motorcycle Grand Prix was the fifteenth round of the Grand Prix motorcycle racing season. Max Neukirchner.
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