MotoGP » Schwantz 'sets the record straight' on COTA claim

"Let me set the record straight: I am the reason MotoGP is coming to Texas and no one currently associated with COTA had anything to do with the design of the actual race track" - Kevin Schwantz.

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1984 - Unregistered

March 31, 2013 8:34 AM

well i also heard that he has trouble with AlumiCorp. he should have not retired so early and btw his BP was ugggghhhhhhh. I was watching races from the 80's and 90's their body position on the bike was bike. I think the only racer that i can remember that had a great BP was criville.

prof-x - Unregistered

March 31, 2013 4:12 PM

I hope Schwantz makes a lot of money off of this, unfortunately this is how the world works, so if he can get some back on Dorna and COTA good for him.

disgruntled - Unregistered

April 01, 2013 10:15 PM

Good for Kevin speaking up and stating his case. We were so excited about COTA as we followed KEVINS progress in making it come together over past years. Rude is rude and thats a sheisty move.
What a shame, we will not be supporting anything to do with CotA until this is resolved with Kevin.

GC - Unregistered

April 02, 2013 3:23 PM

You know what ?
I got the weekend available,
I got the $ to go attend, and the hardest one...
I had my wife's permission.
But I'm downplaying MotoGP's COTA.


April 03, 2013 2:15 AM

@pukka Your word and verbal agreements can be binding in a court of law in the US. Prior actions by both parties prior to the lawsuit can show and re-inforce the claims by either party. If COTA is hanging it's hat on Tevo's settlement with them clearing the way to stiff Schwantz they might be in for a rude awakening if it gets in front of a jury.

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