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November 17, 2010 11:02 AM

MotoGP » Sheene and Hunt – When Playboys Ruled the World


WTH are you on "Bob"? You don't have a chip on your shoulder, you have a whole bag of frozen ones! The only one digging up stuff is you. No-one has mentioned Rossi (apart from you obviously as usual -one trick pony) "Oh, I hate Rossi, blah,blah,blah" Zzzzzzz WHO CARES? This article is nothing to do with him, or about the fact that it's been a long time since Sheene won. Some folks are just happy to remember a great guy, if that's a problem to you, then that's a problem TO YOU. Get over yourself.

Buelliful .

November 16, 2010 8:51 AM

MotoGP » Sheene and Hunt – When Playboys Ruled the World


@"Bob" (sigh) As someone from Oz (I take it, judging by all the comments you post) I thought you'd only be too familiar with Barry Sheene through his work and love of Australia. The programme had nothing to do with Jingoistic pride but celebrated two remarkable characters in a time where to quote Jackie Stewart "Racing was dangerous but sex was safe" It was their persona's people loved, not where they came from. Something you sadly cannot overlook with your petty trolling. Barry and James were LEGENDS. Nuff said.

Buelliful .

November 15, 2010 1:53 PM

MotoGP » Sheene and Hunt – When Playboys Ruled the World


FAN-tastic! Gotta keep this in mind for tonight. Can't imagine in this PR time Jenson Button or Lewis Hamilton being allowed a "Sex, the breakfast of champions" badge on their overalls (Hunt). Or, drilling a hole in their helmet chin-piece so they can smoke a fag on the grid! (Sheene) Or, turning up at the SPOTY award ceremony in bare feet cos they were running late (being in a "lady's" flat only moments before and leaving their shoes) (Hunt) Ago and Sheene's bet on who could have sex closest to the race (Sheene claiming later his most memorable racing moment was behind the toilets at the Swedish GP 1984 with 2 brolly girls)

Buelliful .

November 05, 2010 9:30 AM

MotoGP » Facts and figures from first year of Moto2


The thing is in this first year Honda did not want to see it's engines hand grenade at every round so they went for the "safe" option and gave them something that would last and provide an even powerband. Next year I think we shall see a step up in terms of output and eventually the class will go open to all engine manufacturers once Honda's initial contract expires. I think it's been a success. 40 bikes, cheaper running costs for teams and close racing. 80K Euros V 1 million, no contest!


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