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Are Honda Open Class MotoGP Riders Doomed to Failure

Are Honda Open Class MotoGP Riders Doomed to Failure

After the recent Sepang Test, the fastest rider on a Honda Open bike was Nicky Hayden, yet he was 1-1/2 seconds off the blistering pace set by Aleix Espargaro on his Open Yamaha. The normally diplomatic Hayden was rather blunt about the fact that his bike was severely down on power in comparison...

Published on February 12 2014, 17:15
Source: www.motorcycledaily.com
 

The news that Honda would be building a production racer to compete in MotoGP aroused much excitement among fans. There was much speculation over just how quick it would be, and whether it would be possible for a talented rider to beat the satellite bikes on some tracks. Expectations received a... 

There are four Honda RCV1000R bikes (originally dubbed the 'Production Racer') in the field this season. Two are run by Drive M7 Aspar, with Nicky Hayden and Hiroshi Aoyama at the helm, whereas others are piloted by GO&FUN Honda Gresini's Scott Redding and Cardion AB Motoracing's Karel Abraham.... 

Go&Fun Honda's Scott Redding is getting to the bottom of his problem switching from Brembo to Nissin brakes and was only fractionally slower than HRC stablemate Nicky Hayden on the first day of MotoGP testing at Qatar. The Gloucestershire rider set a 1'57.922 in the desert last night compared to... 

Honda today officially unveiled one of the most eagerly anticipated motorcycles of recent years, and a key bike in the future of MotoGP. At the Valencia circuit, Honda unveiled the Honda RCV1000R, their production MotoGP racer, for entry in the Open class, which is to replace the CRT class for... 

The 2015 MotoGP season kicks off tomorrow. On Wednesday, the riders take to the track once again at Sepang to continue the development on the bikes they will be racing this year, and to test out the new updates the engineers have been working on during the winter break. And yet the two most... 

It has been a long and confusing wait for the 2014 MotoGP season to begin. An awful lot has happened since the MotoGP bikes were rolled into their packing crates after the Valencia test and shipped back to the factories and workshops from whence they came. There have been shock announcements,... 

The music has stopped for the MotoGP riders, with all of them now having taken their seats for next year. That does not mean that contract season is over, however. We are in the middle of another migration, this time of crew chiefs and mechanics. It all started with Jorge Lorenzo. The Movistar...