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    Quote Originally Posted by Reckless View Post
    .... we will get some sensible pricing from Dorna or we will all be watching WSBK lol
    Its better racing anyway.
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    If Honda hrc dont work.i tune out. Mind u not same anymore.
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    Quote Originally Posted by actungbaby View Post
    If Honda hrc dont work.i tune out. Mind u not same anymore.
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    Quote Originally Posted by actungbaby View Post
    If Honda hrc dont work.i tune out. Mind u not same anymore.
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    Quote Originally Posted by actungbaby View Post
    If Honda hrc dont work.i tune out. Mind u not same anymore.
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    But you must love Moto2?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reckless View Post
    Never listened to one of these before But Simon Crafar being on made me give it a go .

    Damn good info and opinion on this
    https://motopg.fireside.fm/88?fbclid...CaIclV1znviMiI
    I did Motovudu with him at Hamton a few years ago and like him and his coverage.
    Put the earphones on while working (Like me) or Grab a cuppa and have a relax.


    BMWST?
    Have a listen at 1:15 in what Simon says about Martin maybe its the same for Mavarick??
    We just assume they know it all and don't even think they don't know about bike set up.
    Finally had time to listen to this. Well worth it, although one guy is a bit annoying.
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    A bit of Jack Miller having some flat track fun
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    Damn that boy's quick.

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    Impressive Miller wasn't holding back.
    I bet KTM were shitting themselves about an injury LOL
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    It all on now Lads

    Looks like the final pricing for the season is Finally up.
    Been waiting to see how much benefit the early buy preseason @ 24.99e would affect the full season pass.

    Looks like about $13.57nzd (but you will have had access to MotoGP site early). as long as they do the same next year we know how the options will work.

    Option 1: Pre season plus renewal is 24.99 + 115.99 = 140-98euro = $239.01 NZD

    Option 2: Full Pass 148.99euro = $252.58 NZD

    Lets get it on

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    On a Motorcycle you're penetrating distance, right along with the machine!! In a car you're just a spectator, the windshields like a TV!!

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    Sorry been absent from the forum for a bit.

    FUCKING CAN'T WAIT!!!

    So the verdict is the dorna pass? I'd already decided to can Spark after they included adverts you couldn't skip in my paid content, so lets go Dorna!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reckless View Post
    It all on now Lads

    Looks like the final pricing for the season is Finally up.
    Been waiting to see how much benefit the early buy preseason @ 24.99e would affect the full season pass.

    Looks like about $13.57nzd (but you will have had access to MotoGP site early). as long as they do the same next year we know how the options will work.

    Option 1: Pre season plus renewal is 24.99 + 115.99 = 140-98euro = $239.01 NZD

    Option 2: Full Pass 148.99euro = $252.58 NZD

    Lets get it on

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    Am going renew spark sport seems going keep streaming
    Motogp for few months .

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    Sepang testing highlights on Spark so looks like it will keep going until they shut down. I watch WRC on spark, so it's worth the $25 per month for me.

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    I wasn't paying attention last month and missed this:
    Ken Kawauchi, Suzuki's long-time technical boss, will become HRC's new technical manager for the 2023 season.





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    I've checked for mention on KB but haven't seen it. Prime Video are advertising a series "Marc Marquez - All In". There is chat about this on Brit and Oz social media but it is available here as well.

    I haven't seen any of it yet but here goes...
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