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January 23rd, 2019, 04:30 AM   #1
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Repsol Honda Launch

Launch is around 40 mins in:

https://youtu.be/4thAE6Kx8Ig
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January 23rd, 2019, 05:12 AM   #2
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basically the exact same livery since 2015
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Was hard to watch due to the Spanish to English voice over.
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basically the exact same livery since 2015
True, but still the best looking of them all. 25 years of partnership sure makes the others looks like juveniles.
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Bikes looked awesome , so did the boys <3
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lorenzo ne semble pas au top
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January 23rd, 2019, 07:48 AM   #7
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True, but still the best looking of them all. 25 years of partnership sure makes the others looks like juveniles.

don't get me wrong I adore that bike and team. Just funny how basically nothing has changed (in terms of livery of course) in 5 years. They only made the upper part of the tank white.
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True, but still the best looking of them all. 25 years of partnership sure makes the others looks like juveniles.
I have trouble with this 25 years, according to wikipedia they've only been in the motogp class since 2003 and with just 1 world championship they don't make the rest look juvenile.
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I have trouble with this 25 years, according to wikipedia they've only been in the motogp class since 2003 and with just 1 world championship they don't make the rest look juvenile.
think you mixed this with the Ducati thread mate
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I can't post if on here but if you check out David Emmetts (Kropotkin) twitter feed he took a photo of Lorenzo's Honda fuel tank, it looks a work of art. Compare that with the bodged stick on tank extensions that Ducati gave him.

Here is the link:

https://www.instagram.com/p/Bs-WSwJB...=1ol2ui9rrjmcb

Compare that with this:

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