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    Airmail109's Avatar Senior Member
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    For those that watch it

    The last few races have proven beyond all doubt that the 800cc rule is ghey and by ghey....I mean takes it in reverse.

    Stoners starting to hack me right off as well.

    Bring back the 990s, or badass 2 stokes.
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    For those that watch it

    The last few races have proven beyond all doubt that the 800cc rule is ghey and by ghey....I mean takes it in reverse.

    Stoners starting to hack me right off as well.

    Bring back the 990s, or badass 2 stokes.
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    Im going to go and drink lots of alcohol

    Bahhhh

    Honestly the last race was like watching the F1
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    shnabble nubble
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    I don't watch it Aimail, but it sounds like MotoGP fans are being 'treated' to the same nonsense as F1 fans are.

    In the past two years F1 lumps have gone from 3.0 liter V10s to 2.4 liter V8s, and now, if the chairman of FIA is to be believed, the goal is to have them running four-cylinder engines by 2009 or 2010.
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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by Aimail101:
    For those that watch it

    The last few races have proven beyond all doubt that the 800cc rule is ghey and by ghey....I mean takes it in reverse.

    Stoners starting to hack me right off as well.

    Bring back the 990s, or badass 2 stokes. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>time after time you post like a ranter teen who is full of a little info & little experience

    the 800s are more thrashable , & are making for better races all race long &lt;~~ last part is an important point
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    <BLOCKQUOTE class="ip-ubbcode-quote"><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-title">quote:</div><div class="ip-ubbcode-quote-content">Originally posted by MrMojok:
    I don't watch it Aimail, but it sounds like MotoGP fans are being 'treated' to the same nonsense as F1 fans are </div></BLOCKQUOTE>not really

    F1 are too fast for the tracks - the premium class isnt about max Hp or capacity . its about the highest tech

    the F1 have to be slowed in one way while forcing them to push the current tech in an auto applicable way

    in MotoGP , the switch to 800's has made for closer races , with more dicing the whole race duration cos 800 type power allows the tyre to last longer
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    The moto gp races this year are some of the best racing available to watch.

    Not sure what championship you are watching but if you are comparing this series with F1, I would like to know what's in the water you are drinking.
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    Ausies first, second and seventh.
    Sounds good to me.

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