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


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This whole episode of "he said and they said" is Ridiculous and Disgracefull towards Kevin as well the entire RIDER community, to say the least. What COTA has done, to send Kevin away is a sign of insecurity and disgrace for the management of COTA especially when Kevin was invited by teams participating on the test sessions. i feel hurt at how a legend has been treated at a ciruit and COTA needs to make amends for that. With due respect for all other riders and DORNA involved, We have to demand some respect for a legend like "Kevin Schwantz" MOney is Not everything! Being riders and Motorcycling enthusiasts ,we as a group of passionate Race heads, should not allow such behaviour. As they are the people who entertain us with their lives on the line for us. Now i see where Casey Stoner is coming from when he says there is Lack of respect for riders and this incident is or can i say - an indiactor at the sorry state behind the scenes. Regarding the legal disputes, well this is the jo



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