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May 11th, 2018, 06:48 PM   #1
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rossi now blaming the electronics !!!

So now the reason Yamaha is shit is the electronic, according to rossi.

This from the guy whos had electronic aids earlier and more than any other rider in history.

he says all the other manufacturers are in front ..... but what about Zarco?

rossi needs to learn to ride ..... without electronic aids ...
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The yamaha factory system before the spec ECU was Magneti Marelli. It was Honda & Suzuki that had the biggest handicap switching to Magneti Marelli. This clown is not fooling anybody with his lame excuses. Next it will be his dogs why he is not winning.
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The yamaha factory system before the spec ECU was Magneti Marelli. It was Honda & Suzuki that had the biggest handicap switching to Magneti Marelli. This clown is not fooling anybody with his lame excuses. Next it will be his dogs why he is not winning.
Totally agree.

I remember when the boppers were saying that Stoner used electronics to beat rossi who accord to them used no electronic aids.
I merely pointed them to the marelli homepage .... which showed rossi as their main man in motogp

Naturally what came to light was that the reality was totally oposite to what the boppers were suggesting.
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Electronics may be a problem for Yamaha but Honda had worse problems with electronics than them in 16&17. Zarco has the exact same problem without an entire factory trying to fix the problem an is just getting on with it.
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I like reading expert opinions on electronics from people who couldn’t change the button cell on a $20 Casio watch.
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Any MotoGP rider of the last 10 or so years who says they don't use electronic aids is talking bubbles, for a start you can hear traction control as it makes a distinctive "brrrrrr" sound as they gas it out of the corners, they all use it, Rossi, Marc, Stoner, Lorenzo the lot. As for the rest of the electrics there's all sorts of complicated shite involved.
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Any MotoGP rider of the last 10 or so years who says they don't use electronic aids is talking bubbles, for a start you can hear traction control as it makes a distinctive "brrrrrr" sound as they gas it out of the corners, they all use it, Rossi, Marc, Stoner, Lorenzo the lot. As for the rest of the electrics there's all sorts of complicated shite involved.
I don’t think any rider claimed to not use electronics. As far as I know, it’s not optional. A while ago, there was an interview with the riders of they would ditch electronics if they could. Unsurprisingly, the older generation of riders were of the opinion that they would prefer very little electronics if possible, but as long as they have to live with the current situation, they will. The younger riders said they have no problem with them.

Another article (I think on Crash) right after the switch to unified electronics said that when the factories had their own system in place, the level of control they had was astounding. Launch control for instance was refined to the level that all the rider had to do was release the brakes. The Magneti Marelli system was a lot primitive in comparison.

When the common ECU and software plan was made official, Ducati got a year’s head start by exploiting (rather disgracefully) the “Independent team” rule.
Honda hired engineers from Magneti Marelli who developed the unified software . Yamaha had previously used their hardware, but with Yamaha’s own software which means there’s very little to carry over. And they have a bit too much Japanese pride to ask for help, trying to do it all themselves.

To understand why some factories have an edge over others with the same ECU, read this:

https://www.crash.net/motogp/feature...d-acceleration

It’s not an unsolvable problem, it just takes money, manpower and time to fix.
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Any MotoGP rider of the last 10 or so years who says they don't use electronic aids is talking bubbles, for a start you can hear traction control as it makes a distinctive "brrrrrr" sound as they gas it out of the corners, they all use it, Rossi, Marc, Stoner, Lorenzo the lot. As for the rest of the electrics there's all sorts of complicated shite involved.


True................ But, it was already revealed by the press how little of it Stoner used to destroy the likes of 46
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I like reading expert opinions on electronics from people who couldn’t change the button cell on a $20 Casio watch.
says the guy who still lives with his mother..........
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Any MotoGP rider of the last 10 or so years who says they don't use electronic aids is talking bubbles, for a start you can hear traction control as it makes a distinctive "brrrrrr" sound as they gas it out of the corners, they all use it, Rossi, Marc, Stoner, Lorenzo the lot. As for the rest of the electrics there's all sorts of complicated shite involved.
Just 10 years!! Mick Doohan said they haf rudimentary engine mapping, traction control and abs in his days.

Thats why it wad a nonsense when rossi declared Stoner as the "king of electronics" knowing full well his boppers would misinterpret it as Stoner only beats him because of it. Its just that some of them went too far and decided to convince themselves that rossi wasnt using any. Lolol.

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