MotoGP » Baker's Dozen: US MotoGP

MotoGP rider manager Phil Baker answers 13 questions covering the recent US round at Laguna Seca...

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porcupine - Unregistered

August 11, 2012 12:10 AM

"I don't think they should, as this is one of the flag ship events for the AMA and they need all the recognition they can get at this stage. Also, the paddock is very tight and would not necessarily accommodate all classes of bikes. This is the one chance for the American racers to show themselves off to the factory teams from GP, which is where nearly all riders aspire to end up." What a suck up. Who wants to see AMA anymore? Not me - that's for sure. The less the AMA has to do with motorcycle racing in general and MotoGP specifically, the better.

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