Saturday, April 30, 2011

2011 Portuguese MotoGP: Pics from Estoril

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Lorenzo is on pole, but who wins the Portuguese MotoGP is anybody's guess. Enjoy these pics. We'll add more here after tomorrow's race. And yes, of course, we hope The Doctor wins!!  :-D

Friday, April 29, 2011

2011 Honda CBR600F riding impression

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A do-it-all Honda that looks good, goes hard and is comfortable. We like it!

We like the Honda CBR600F, plain and simple. Like Kawasaki’s Ninja Z1000SX, the new CBR600F offers an excellent blend of performance and practicality. It’s not just beginners and female riders – even experienced riders who’re looking for a bike that’s a bit more comfortable than repli-racers like Honda’s own CBR600RR will probably like the new 600F. Motoblog recently tested the bike and here are some excerpts from what they have to say about the new Honda:

Jeremy Burgess: ‘Winning a MotoGP world championship is our intent!’

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Jeremy Burgess is quite clear about one thing: He's moved to Ducati to continue winning races

ZigWheels recently caught up with master tuner Jeremy Burgess, who moved with Valentino Rossi from Yamaha to Ducati and who’s now faced with the unenviable task of transforming the Ducati Desmosedici GP11 into a race winning machine. Or rather, more specifically, a machine which Valentino Rossi can win races on. Here are some excerpts from what Jeremy had to say:

On what racing means to the Japanese factories

If it was not for our success at Yamaha, there was every chance the racing effort would have received a massive chopping of funds, if not shutting down the race shop for good. Yamaha and Honda are in the business of selling motorcycles. Racing is something they do when they can afford it.

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