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10-08-2008 01:39 PM
Towelie
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Originally Posted by Xx954HxCafexX View Post
DMG is GAYYYYYYYY

"Daytona Superbike" , is the word daytona so fucking cool that your gonna use it to label a series?????
I don't really like the sound but the name of the company is Daytona(I know, I know, "No s*** sherlock," just sayen, it's not that uncommon for a series to be named after the company that owns it).
09-23-2008 12:42 PM
Xx954HxCafexX DMG is GAYYYYYYYY

"Daytona Superbike" , is the word daytona so fucking cool that your gonna use it to label a series?????
05-26-2008 01:52 PM
Mr.TrevorClever DMG has posted preliminary rules for the 09 AMA season. Currently the following machines are allowed in the "premier" class.

Aprilia Tuono
BMW HP2 Sport
Buell 1125R
Ducati 848
Ducati S4R
Honda CBR600RR
Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R
KTM Super Duke
MV Brutale 910S
Suzuki GSX-R750
Suzuki GSX-R600
Triumph Daytona 675
Yamaha YZF-R6

The new DMG rules for the AMA series reminds me of ForumlaUSA, which had the 104HP class and the 140HP class with a 370lb min weight. The new rules by DMG state 1hp/3lb with a 140HP max. This means the end of 190HP 1000cc machines in AMA.
05-20-2008 06:28 PM
Mr.TrevorClever
new rules proposed by DMG for AMA

The DMG (daytona motor group) has bought the rights to the AMA. DMG also owns the rights to NASCAR. The head of DMG is trying to bring: 1) more fans 2) more competitiveness (sp?) 3) more money 4) more contestestants to the AMA racing organization.

It has been hotly contested among other sites that DMG will eliminate the Superbike class. Mat Mladin went public stating that the fans should not be blinded by DMG's propoganda and how DMG will dumb down the sport. I can mention a few sites, but you know where to search.

I wrote a post many ages ago how I thought Mladin should either retire or try to get a WSBK or MotoGP ride, because most riders who are too good for AMA leave. (https://www.sportbikeworld.com/forums...ad.php?t=50630) Just like the best IRL racers move up to F1, and just how the best local club racers move up to a professional class.

I think DMG does need to make a change, but am unsure what. I will list my solutions.
1) more fans-- there all ready are millions of fans, they just dont' go to every race of pay a subscription to speed vision

2) more competitiveness-- reduce the classes to only 1000 SB and 600 SS. If organizations were not spread thin trying to compete in classes maybe they could focus resources/talent on two classes.

3) more money--offer fans the chance to watch AMA races online for a fee. Not just online, but LIVE. I would pay a small fee to watch online. I would not pay $39.95 to watch a 30 minutes race.

4) more competitors in the AMA racing organization- I am sick of seeing a privateer who is 10 seconds slower than the top 5 guys be allowed on the track. Meeting the first three issues will bring more sponsors to create teams.

What do you guys think about the situation?

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