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Keshav June 15th, 2021 05:08 AM

2021 Grand Prix Deutschland / Sachsenring
 
Sachsenring has been a Honda track for 8 years in a row. Not this year methinks.

ApriliaRS250 June 15th, 2021 07:53 AM

I think marquez could be back on the Podium if He doesnt crash

Other podium contenders: Fabio, Morbidelli, mir, rins (also if He see the chequered flag... He crashed out right in Front of my eyes last time at Sachsenring)

p4p1 June 15th, 2021 04:12 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Keshav (Post 466158)
Sachsenring has been a Honda track for 8 years in a row. Not this year methinks.

All left handers could be a huge help for him. Not sure if or how the most recent test helped either. I don't think he is the favourite but I would be surprised if we don't see his best result of the year this weekend.

warthog1 June 15th, 2021 07:14 PM

I hope he stays on the bloody thing for a start.
Happier to see him maybe knock it back a touch and get more laps under his belt as he builds strength.

JPSLotus June 16th, 2021 04:09 AM

I don't see MM winning here this year. If I'm proven wrong, so be it. I think the RC213V is simply not good enough anymore when compared to the rest of the factory bikes. Yamaha should be strong here.

MigsAngel June 16th, 2021 04:31 AM

I am predicting another KTM victory...

1) Binder
2) Olivera
3) Fabio

MM wont win...the track may be his best and it largely goes left...but the waterfall is a severe fast right hander that will takes its toll on his shoulder during race...

misfit June 16th, 2021 08:33 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by JPSLotus (Post 466162)
I don't see MM winning here this year. If I'm proven wrong, so be it. I think the RC213V is simply not good enough anymore when compared to the rest of the factory bikes. Yamaha should be strong here.

MM was unstoppable at this track as Stoner was at Phillip Island. I wouldn't be surprised if he had impressive pace on that Honda and even achieve the unexpected.

MM does favour anti-clockwise circuits, but did he say that his current recovery limitations are aggravated by right handed corners as opposed to left?

PRS717 June 16th, 2021 09:33 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by MigsAngel (Post 466163)
I am predicting another KTM victory...

1) Binder
2) Olivera
3) Fabio

MM wont win...the track may be his best and it largely goes left...but the waterfall is a severe fast right hander that will takes its toll on his shoulder during race...


Interesting prediction. I wonder what the odds are on Binder winning. Not saying that he can't but I don't see him as a betting line favorite. Hopefully he can qualify on the top two rows. Fabio has said this is not a good track for him but I think a podium is quite possible. And you never quite know what to expect from Suzuki.

evo9 June 16th, 2021 01:19 PM

This
https://motomatters.com/analysis/202...rd_at_the.html

Bern1 June 16th, 2021 04:48 PM

Definitely at some point I expect him to be fully back. What he says in the above mentioned article and his on track behavior shows no change in his basic attitude to racing.


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