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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-29-2008, 04:02 PM Thread Starter
 
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MotoGP Vs. WSBK

All the early talk said SBK was gonna be incredibly competitive and GP would be a let down... so far this seems to be about backwards though.
if the Ducs get the weight added in SBK i think Suzuki is gonna be a monster out there as it has been the only bike to compare to the Ducs at this point.

In GP.. man this year could be GREAT. I think this weekend will really set the stage for the season.
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post #2 of 3 (permalink) Old 03-30-2008, 07:23 PM
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Last year WSBK was definitely the more exciting series. There were some great battles, and MotoGP was the Stoner show. But yes, this season is undecided as of yet, hopefully there isn't one better than the other, and we get two great series of major battles. Now to just get the AMA back on that track as well...

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I have to go WSBK over MotoGP for 2 reasons:

Format - 2 races in a day lets riders make up for that botched start, wrong tire, bad luck/strategy.

Tires - Spec tires let more people have a chance to run up front. The advantage swings track to track and day to day, never sure of who will be strong on what weekend. Michelin and Bridgestone do play favorites with their best tires...With the Pirelli's everyone has to rely on set up and skill...
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