MotoGP » COTA responds to Kevin Schwantz lawsuit

"We were informed by Dorna that Mr. Schwantz has no contract to promote a MotoGP race in Texas" - Julie Loignon, COTA spokesperson.

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Armando Sarmiento - Unregistered

September 09, 2012 3:20 PM

It's a yet another example of corporate greed and corruption that, like cancer, has been growing and spreading throughout MotoGP .. The old fashioned handshake and the honoring of an agreement has degenerated to the point where it means less than the paper it's written on.. The bottomfeeding lowlifes that are the core of this debacle should be ashamed of themselves.. But sadly I'm sure they're not. All they care about is the almighty $... And the sport I've loved and followed for most of my life is becoming more and more a pale shadow of its once glorious self.. To have the audacity to drag the illustrious name and impeccable reputation of one of the GREATEST GrandPrix racers who EVER LIVED Through the vile and despicable mire they obviously thrive in is beyond reprehensible ... How utterly disgusting..I hope Kevin KICKS THEIR SORRY ASSES IN COURT..

Like the old sayin goes: DONT MESS WITH TEXAS.

Dean Dean

September 09, 2012 5:01 PM

Anyone who's ever had the good fortune to spend time with Kevin will know full well that he does indeed live for a) Suzuki and b) motogp ..or is it the other way around lol..a genuine guy, 'someone' has taken advantage of his good name...enough said !

Colin Young - Unregistered

September 09, 2012 5:10 PM

Kevin attends 2 to 3 GP's a year and you want us to believe he lives for Motogp.. He's looking for the quick buck and thats it. These x racers are only seen to promote while getting paid for it or else not seen, just as the race fan they should be.

Shaken - Unregistered

September 09, 2012 6:26 PM

@ Armando Sarmiento

With respect, we've had the reply from COTA so there must be some sour grapes on Schwantz's part. If everyone told the truth these lawyers would be out of a job.

Will agree that the 'sport' (that is MotoGP) is no longer a 'sport' but a cut throat commercial jungle riddled with corruption. But then what 'sport' these days is clean??????

As for Schwantz, he won 1 world title and was known for his Evel Knievel crashes (that ended his career)

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