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May 27, 2010 3:46 AM


Lol! ... comment of the week my friend!

I read recently a history of the 'brolly dolly' (yeah, sad but true) by a photographer, he said most of the girls at the European rounds are Russian or Czech because they're cheaper and have a good attitude

He particularly pointed out the French GP as having no French umbrella girls as they were very difficult to work with!!

smokin haze - Unregistered

May 27, 2010 10:29 AM

The sad MotoGP truth is that each year there's only a couple of bikes (usually from the same manufacture and same team) that have a chance to win the championship regardless of who rides it.

These bikes are so advanced that even the slightest weakness in design makes them unable to consistently match the best bike's performance.

The rider(s) with the best bike design easily outpace the other riders lap after lap.

MotoGP is not a 'fair' series at all.

So few bikes on the grid have the realistic chance to win and the other riders are mostly just 'doing laps'.

Those that try to win on lesser machinery push the machine beyond it's limit end up erroring/crashing.

Kinda lame.

Cio - Unregistered

May 27, 2010 8:37 PM

that was already posted in another thread, but anyways ur wrong in somethings and right in others, true is that every year the WC is a matter of 2/3 riders/bikes but i guess that happens in almost every series or even sport. the Fiatyams are smoking all the others bikes, but its because stoner isnt doing good with his new bike and Pedrosa fades away towards the end of the race. other years its been duke vs. yam or honda vs. yam
So its not always the same brand/team, and it does depend on whos riding the bike.

also true is that satellite bikes need to get better, so that at least they can manage to make a podium sometimes. If not it deos get ''kinda lame''. whos fault is that? €€€€€€€€€

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