MotoGP » Weather puts Rea on back foot again


'It's been pretty frustrating because I feel like we've lost another day, it's the same story as Misano' - Jonathan Rea

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Soda - Unregistered

September 29, 2012 8:37 AM

You people are such fools he deserves a podium , it wasn't his fault ,the bike is under powered he has to over ride it puh . The kid just isn't good enough to be in motogp end of he is a nice fella a talent he has but face facts people he hasn't the nerve for motogp he is at his limit in wsbk . Goodluck johnie

seeyadad - Unregistered

September 29, 2012 9:28 AM

Personally i think he is cautious of putting his spherical objects on the line to push the bike to its limits as he wants to finish the WSB season uninjured unlike last year.
If moaner aint back for Japan i think we will see a different rider in Jonathan if he is drafted in to ride again IMO

bigphil sp1 - Unregistered

September 29, 2012 10:19 AM

soad the kid is'nt good enough to be in motogp.So what Cal doing there then. Rea head to head whipped his ass.He's only ridden the bike a couple of times and obviously wants to keep himself safe to finish wsbk season as well. Cal is still throwing it up the road, thats why Rea beat him in the last race!

some1 - Unregistered

September 29, 2012 10:30 AM

The bike has a very sophisticated electronics aid but Rea still riding it shaky like unfit athlete. It's not the bike is underpowered, it's Rea was underpowered. It is the rider who made a GP bike moving like on the rail, not the bike or it's electronics.

He need more experiences just to be a regular GP rider. Not the exceptional one I guess. If the bike is underpowered, Stoner must be the extraordinary one who win some on it. The extraordinary one who make up the number of a blockbuster viewers in every race.

Is Stoner coming back yet?

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