MotoGP » Ducati’s three Assen winners confident of success


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Motojunky

June 23, 2010 12:25 PM

Is it only me that is picking up on the constant criticism of the tracks by the teams.
O.K. they changed the layout of Assen years ago. Get over it and make the bikes work on the tracks they race on. Could it be that the riders are spoilt with all the adjustments and are relying on them to get the job done, rather than the riders talent? Every year they collect bucket loads of data, and can't seem make it gel the next year they go to the same track. Anyway just an observation. We don't ride perfect bikes, yet all the teams seem to think all is lost when there not.



Bob Buttamasangy

June 23, 2010 12:50 PM

Or you could be like my little mexican buddy, Dray, and not ride at all! Hahahahaha hahahaha hahahaha.
Seriously though Flunky, be thankful for their insightful opinions and stop your f****** moaning, afterall they're only motorcycle riders, are they not allowed favorites? If the organisers listened to these blokes more, I think the spectacle would be better. I s'pose you're gonna b1tch about Flossi bagging the move to 800's?
I didn't think so. Fanboy.

Motojunky

June 23, 2010 1:01 PM

Actually I'm moaning at all the moaning all the time.
Just run what you brung is what it was like in the (hate to say it) good old days. These guys just constantly whinge and whine. Tracks to short, straights to long, to many fast corners, to rough a surface. That's not insight Bob, that whinging. Insight is hearing what they did to fix a problem they were presented with.
Tell these softies to set up a bike for the IOM. That will givem something to whinge about.

Dray

June 23, 2010 1:27 PM

Well .... without the unfair advantage the lil effeminate boy in red will find fault with everythng.

Started Moaning is set to jump ship next year to Honda for a faster bike, thinking that the grass is greener on the other side. Having a resume of a lifetime 1 World Championship so far and being whipped by his team mate must have demoted him in the eyes of Ducati. I wonder if he saw the replay video of his crew rolling their eyes when he crashed so many times this year. From hero to zero in less the 3 years. I called it well when I said we have a One Hit Wonder from Down Yonder.

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