Crash.Net User: Richard Mushet

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Richard Mushet

July 07, 2011 10:33 AM

MotoGP » Letting it all sink in...

Thankfully the Mistral frame is an improvement that helps him get that bit closer to the dream team packages of Marquez/Suter and Bradl/Kalex. It even got Xavier Simeon looking remotely competitive for a few laps at Mugello(!) Anyway, Brad's class just keeps shining through - he's keeping his head when others are making mistakes and when he's having the odd moment himself he is regrouping well. The only downside to this is that watching Moto2 live isn't doing me any good when Brad's fighting for podiums/wins.

Richard Mushet

July 05, 2011 1:59 PM

BSB » Andrews, Brogan injured in huge Snetterton accident

Don't apologise for anyone reading between the lines of your comments Peter. It's almost like a guilty conscience the way certain people can take offence at comments they see on here. It's almost like Crash is policed by people that shouldn't have anything to do with this site, but still manage to have influence on here? If they took 10p out of each ticket sold, MSV could give the marshals some food too!

Richard Mushet

July 03, 2011 6:22 PM

BSB » Snetterton - Race results (2)

The original race was red flagged after Alex Lowes' bike dumped it's guts in the first turn and poor old Brogan and Andrews came off on the fluid. Simon's broken his tib and fib and Dangerscouse has hurt his shoulder. Their bikes look like there's nothing salvageable as they were a good 20-30ft in the air... I only saw the couple of replays on Eurosport though - I'd fallen asleep during the Supersport race - what exactly happened between Lowes' bike dumping all over the track and the riders coming off? Was it a matter of seconds, or was it an avoidable incident? Also, anyone else think the new circuit layout is pretty dire from a viewing point of view? There were some really boring races this afternoon.

Richard Mushet

June 13, 2011 7:04 PM

WSBK » Rea confirmed with broken arm

I've no idea how the current Fireblade is so successful on the roads and BSB - see McGuinness, Hutchinson and Kiyonari for reference - yet it's a bag of spanners in WSBK? Obviously there's a fair bit more support (and cash) going into the Yamaha, Aprillia and Ducati efforts, but it's such a vast difference in it's results. If it weren't for Rea, the last wins Honda would've had was Checa's double at Miller and Kiyo's at Brands and Donington in 2008.

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