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Old 07-12-2009, 01:53 AM   #1
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MOTGP and WORLD BSK?

ok I want to know if there is a major difference in the bikes used in MOTOGP and the ones used in World SBk...

also how different are the reaces...i dont have the darn speed channel so i have to youtube or watch SBK TV a week later from the races...

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Old 07-12-2009, 02:11 AM   #4
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ok I want to know if there is a major difference in the bikes used in MOTOGP and the ones used in World SBk...

also how different are the reaces...i dont have the darn speed channel so i have to youtube or watch SBK TV a week later from the races...

ah thank ya
In a nutshell...MotoGP bike are one-off prototypes that CANNOT be purchased anywhere, highly developed and constantly evolving. They have the best pilots in the world for most part. World Superbikes are by rule definition, production models that are highly modified for racing. But they are still the bike you can buy at the dealership.
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In a nutshell...MotoGP bike are one-off prototypes that CANNOT be purchased anywhere, highly developed and constantly evolving. They have the best pilots in the world for most part. World Superbikes are by rule definition, production models that are highly modified for racing. But they are still the bike you can buy at the dealership.


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