MotoGP » Mamola impressed by Silverstone


"When we went to China for the first time we were waiting for the spaceships to land"

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Red Fox - Unregistered

May 30, 2011 11:52 AM

Always good to hear what Mamola has to say.Not sure you will see any spaceships at Silverstone but there will be a Super Alien flying up front on his HRC racing rocket..look for the alien insignia 27 on the front.
Great to have another fast flowing track to watch these uber talented front runners do their stuff.

cagiva 500 drift baby - Unregistered

May 30, 2011 12:30 PM

Good to hear Randy's input about the track.I wish we still had him on the Cagiva 500 smoking the rear as he drifted it,brilliant days.Eurosport,get Randy back please,his input was great to us non experts and he is a thoroughly nice man to boot.

some1 - Unregistered

May 30, 2011 3:19 PM

There not enough fuel for Stoner at Silverstone. So, he may ride moderately. I wanna see what Crutchlow can do with a MotoGP bike at this track. Is there still a possibility a rookie won a race in their first season like in old days?

gg_hh - Unregistered

May 30, 2011 6:15 PM

Crutchlow certainely has the talent, he's just missing the rc212v element.

The long straights at Silverstone will favor the Honda's and even Lorenzo won't be able to stop them. I expect Stoner or Simoncelli to win. Pedrosa maybe...depending on his injury.

Ausrossi

May 31, 2011 4:23 AM

Let's face it speed equals danger equals excitement. I wish the bikes went back to Spa and Monza like the WSBK.

Mate that long turn at Monza would awesome on a MotoGP bike. Au Rouge (at Spa correct my terminology please) would also be pretty interesting as a bunch of bikes try to fit through it, claimed plenty of lives, which I wouldn't want to see and we have lost a few recently even on safe tracks.

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