MotoGP » Forward tames electronics, 'happy' Edwards ready to race


"...it's consistent and comfortable and that's what we have been lacking a little bit of" - Colin Edwards.

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jay - Unregistered

March 27, 2013 11:09 PM

Colin ain't in it to win it... get a clue Stoner... he's here b/c he loves the sport, loves to ride loves to test and develop and loves his fans, un like your hero who quit b/ he hates his fans, hates the sport, and would rather be out fishing, then having to put up with fanboys like you pawing on him to get a photo, or autograph - me thinks your bitter b/c of it.... way to go Colin, good luck in Qatar.

another_round - Unregistered

March 28, 2013 2:09 AM

STONER... what are you smoking there, bud? That is some serious trolling. Give credit to a dude that has stood on GP podiums, just wtf is your problem anyways?

Dudes like CE are vital because they do something the aliens can't do (short of Rossi that is... you ready for this?) .... they bring an actual PERSONALITY to the paddock. That said, I think a move to Supers would be fantastic, but I can't blame or hate him for staying put. Colin Edwards... classic commentary- just add beer!!!

nealio

March 29, 2013 5:10 PM

Hey, I just thought of a perfect way forward for MotoGP, if the CRT teams have to use a production-based engine in a prototype frame why not have the Factories be required to use a production-based chassis with their prototype engines? Who cares if it would even things up, it would be fun to see!

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