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May 2nd, 2011, 10:28 AM   #1
 
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I heard that Tech 3 are using last years Factory Yamaha bikes. Can anyone enlighten me on this.
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May 2nd, 2011, 02:33 PM   #2
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That was the case in pre-season and Qatar. Not sure if that's changed or not.
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I believe there are a few teams who give the privateers their old bikes, if Yam isn't going to spend the money on developing the engine they should at least put CE on a full factory bike. Jlo can use some help up, Spies isn't getting it done.
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I believe there are a few teams who give the privateers their old bikes, if Yam isn't going to spend the money on developing the engine they should at least put CE on a full factory bike. Jlo can use some help up, Spies isn't getting it done.
CE had his time on a full factory bike. BS will be just fine he has had a rough start but he has what it takes. It is still a long season.
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