MotoGP » Denning: We need to go to church!


Paul Denning turns to the heavens in a bid to get some luck for the Rizla Suzuki following its double DNF.

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Phil - Unregistered

August 16, 2010 5:09 PM

I've heard it all now, don't rely on luck, no-one else does in MotoGP.
Pull the plug on the whole sorry effort and support the WSB team, who still have a chance of taking a World title.

bofthew

August 16, 2010 6:01 PM

Man, love him or hate him, but I think Denning's statements are always giggleworthy and very much tongue-in-cheek.

And seriously, what's with all the hating on crash.net regarding Denning anyway? Any (real!) suggestions about who would do a better job than him? You maybe?
It's so easy to bash people on the internet where you can hide your sorry ass behind a screen name and when you don't even know half of what's going on in the teams. So easy to judge and slag off - go on, bring some actual ideas how to improve the situation instead!

So much hate going on here, I wonder why some people even bother putting up with MotoGP when they obviously have nothing but spite for it... :rolleyes:

SaintBernard

August 16, 2010 7:58 PM

Much I love my Suzukis they never have been good at supporting the GP series. All of their championships have had more to do with the riders and timing then anything else. Barry Sheene, Kevin Swantz and Kenny Roberts Jr all complained that the bikes were not great. The fact they won is a testimony to them and their pit crews. As far as Yoshimura taking over I don't believe it is likely.

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