MotoGP » Jobless de Angelis beats 2008 points total.


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El Bigonio

August 26, 2009 7:31 PM

I think he could do well in Moto2 or perhaps WSBK next year. His results have been shall I say "Toseland-esque" this year. And he doesn't have Dorna paying the bills. Doubt he will be in MotoGP next year! If you take into account the 4to6 rookies that will be moving into MotoGP next year that leaves few rides for the existing "low fruit" in the class. Draconian perhaps, but it is survival of the fittest at this level. Hopefully change for the better. This class desperately needs more guys at the front instead of 30 seconds down to the top 4.

andrewm

August 26, 2009 7:48 PM

It is not just any ordinary cabbage but one with carrots for arms and legs and smaller carrots for fingers. A potato for a head and a massive pair of cherry tomatoes for the bravery part of the anatomy.

Way better than James (it's everyone elses fault but mine that I am slow) Toseland.

pete - Unregistered

August 26, 2009 7:54 PM

I have been as exsaperated as anyone with James Toselands results this year. However, I desperatly want to see an Englishman in the Moto GP field. I don't see anyone else nearing the same proven ability (2 x WSB titles and numerious 6th place finishes in Moto GP) knocking on the door to claim to be the best English rider around at present. James is the best we have at the moment, and us Brits should get behind him and hope that Herve continues to support him with a contract for another couple of years. I sure as hell don't want to see another Spaniard or Italian in the series.

Mark B - Unregistered

August 26, 2009 8:01 PM

De angelis definately deserves to be in Motogp next year, he's done an awesome job on a relatively poor bike (as has Randy DP for that matter). Both are very talented riders - tosey and hayden out those two on better bikes for 2010!

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