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robsurrey - Unregistered

June 25, 2010 7:47 AM

I think he comes across well in interviews, plenty of detailed insight, he doesn't moan, he's not big-headed and he's very respectful when he talks about other riders. Personally, I much prefer his character to Colin's.

Gcanno - Unregistered

June 24, 2010 6:49 PM

Ben is Ben not who everyone wants him to be, He has always been that way. Rossi is not only the greatest rider ever but also one of the greatest Sport personalities too.Someone that special with all his skills is so rare especially in Motogp.

The Ott guys operate on a shoe string budget more out of a love for the sport than for anything else as you can clearly see. Instead of complaining people should either go out and try to do what their doing better pay for the Motogp site interviews or not watch.


wr86 - Unregistered

June 24, 2010 5:33 PM

It was a live Skype interview that's why it looks that way.

The OTT guys are practically amateurs - that's why I like them! It's pretty funny to see the laid back interviews with whoever happens to come their way. You can hear the riders drop their P.R. answers and just relax and speak their mind.

Crutchlows interview was a good one that shows him in a positive light.

Also the Two Clicks Out segments with Dave Moss are also worth checking out. :D

IQ Helios

June 24, 2010 4:15 PM

Ben gives it straight forward, I think he was just tired at the time from all the interviews. Onthethrottle does a ****ty job of editing and there's no enthusiasm when speaking to spies. The OTT guy seemed very amateur in his interview. I like listening to what spies has to say though, I'd like to see the Toby & Julian interview him because those guys know how to bring the sport to life.

kirk66

June 24, 2010 1:32 PM

OK, the boy needs a little interview excitement. Maybe he needs to hang around Nicky more for style cues. But it was honest. The guys at OTT need a better edit style or the interviewer needs a more fluid delivery, but all in all not a bad piece of info.

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