MotoGP » 'Stubborn' Elias looking to restart at Jerez


"I feel confident ahead this race because I am very stubborn and the crew will help me to adjust the bike for the Jerez layout" - Toni Elias.

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dazspc - Unregistered

March 31, 2011 5:25 PM

Go back to moto2 Elias you rode great there last year, motogp is too much for you always has been, that or you will probably be sacked sooner than you think,the team doesn't look happy, don't let the door hit you on the way out.

slash - Unregistered

March 31, 2011 5:57 PM

What a bunch of to55ers. Elias was THE class act in Moto2 last year and deserves another shot on the premiere class. Let's hope he can find setup that works for him this weekend so we can see Tony the Tiger performing like we know he can. I'm not saying he's going to win the championship but he's shown before he can fight for podiums when he clicks with the bike. He is certainly a better rider than what he showed in Qatar.

motomoto - Unregistered

March 31, 2011 6:42 PM

sorry slash,, he is a great moto2 rider but his style never really worked on a 800. And now TE is simply an embarrassment,,, last or crash. And it has nothing to do with his crew or the bike, or the setup. It's HIS unique hang-off riding style, which is the biggest difference with any other rider. Stubborn? hell yes.. HE must change or risk last place for the rest of the season, if not lose his seat by the break.

dazspc - Unregistered

March 31, 2011 6:53 PM

Bunch of to**ers slash?? seems you carn't hack people with a different opinion to yours,wakeup and get your head out of your backside, Elias carn't ride a motogp bike never could how can he be on the back off the grid on a honda and with his experience? he's a good moto2 rider end off.

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