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sorry guys, here is an update
http://www.roadracingworld.com/news/...?article=35900

Eslick was 1st, lol
He is Buell's Stoner


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sorry guys, here is an update
http://www.roadracingworld.com/news/...?article=35900

Eslick was 1st, lol
He is Buell's Stoner
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I'm still waiting for an explanation of how 1125cc vs. 600cc is fair. Beyond whatever dumb response you provide, why can't Ducati run the 1098 or 1198? How would that be less fair?



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I'm still waiting for an explanation of how 1125cc vs. 600cc is fair. Beyond whatever dumb response you provide, why can't Ducati run the 1098 or 1198? How would that be less fair?

you can always read the rule book its in AMAproracing


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I'm still waiting for an explanation of how 1125cc vs. 600cc is fair. Beyond whatever dumb response you provide, why can't Ducati run the 1098 or 1198? How would that be less fair?


I can answer that second question.

Ducati can't run the 1098 or 1198 because those bikes are fast and reliable.
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Can't find it... Can you direct me?


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Ducati can't run the 1098 or 1198 because those bikes are fast and reliable.
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I'm still waiting for an explanation of how 1125cc vs. 600cc is fair. Beyond whatever dumb response you provide, why can't Ducati run the 1098 or 1198? How would that be less fair?

Don't you remember him saying the following (I am probably paraphrasing just a bit) when asked that before?:

Because it only has two cylinders and if you divide 1125 by two, well you get 562.5...so really---it's is less than a 600.


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Don't you remember him saying the following (I am probably paraphrasing just a bit) when asked that before?:

Because it only has two cylinders and if you divide 1125 by two, well you get 562.5...so really---it's is less than a 600.
actually I believe he said that the 600's are 4 cyl so: 600 x 4 = 2400 so they're actually bigger than the Buell
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I'm a new member here and an Ex-Arlington resident, but maybe I shouldn't have joined since it seems the rice and pasta riders always bash the the American V twin powered scoots no matter the discussion.


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