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Steve Howarth

August 14, 2009 7:37 PM

MotoGP » HRC: 'Basic agreement' with Pedrosa, Dovizioso.


Well hoorah for Honda, how on earth did Pedrosas loud mouth manager manage to get him anywhere near a sniff of a 2 year contract? He hasn't won anything like enough races to justify keeping his place and there is no end of up & coming talent out there to relegate him to a lesser team. He's got great sponsorship and a big fan base but he can't develope a bike the way Rossi or Dohan could. Doohan took over from Gardiner when it became obvious he was the better rider and the team never looked back - perhaps we could see Dovi in the No1 seat soon! Hayden won a world title with Honda, wasn't classiest of rides but he's in the history books and Honda still gave him the elbow, look out Dani!

Steve Howarth

July 22, 2009 4:54 PM

MotoGP » Rossi’s missing white line explained.


Just a quick reply to lorenzo limioni the homophobe, yes mate history will tell a different story when it comes to recording the exploites of Rossi, because he is still making it, still recording new records and achieving the things that a single armchair jockey can never do. whoever takes his mantle will make history too, just not yet and whoever that may be he will have a better manager than you, after all - why sit at home handling yourself?

Steve Howarth

April 14, 2009 7:19 PM
Last Edited 1925 days ago

MotoGP » Pedrosa: de Angelis collision 'avoidable'.


Pedrosa was fit enough to ride and good enough to have taken those "ten or eleven points" But that's racing, I suppose his gob****e manager will have plenty to say about the collision, he knows there's a difference between A De A & Dani - next year A De A will be on a factory bike and the ever underperforming Dani won't! So come on Puig, let's hear what you have to say, hopefully it will be your last season. Well done to Dani for hanging on, determiniation is as much a factor as talent, he's just the man to top the Moto2 class if you ask me, 4 years of taking it to the big boys for a handful of wins mostly on home soil aren't going to be enough to keep him on Hondas No1 bike.

Steve Howarth

March 29, 2009 11:07 PM

MotoGP » FIM confirms full MotoGP rule changes.


What a farce! how does giving a rookie to a non factory team motivate them or the sponsors. I remember when racing improved the breed, this is going to set back the technical development of road bikes for years to come, retro grade steps like the abolition of trick clutches and brakes is going to interfere with safety. The 5 mechanics allowed to work on the bike will be overworked, the rest will presumably have to have their lips within kissing distance of Espoletas ****!

Steve Howarth

November 22, 2008 11:17 AM
Last Edited 2069 days ago

F1 » Webber undergoes surgery.


Probably a jap tourist on the wrong side of the road - it usualy is. Tasmania is a great place but the number of car smashes caused by tourists is just awful. I have friends who have been badly mangled this way & they have friends who have been killed on these roads. Mark Webber is lucky that it wasn't a lot worse - lets hope his luck changes when the flag drops on the first race next season, get well soon.

Steve Howarth

October 15, 2008 8:25 PM
Last Edited 2106 days ago

MotoGP » MotoGP: Building the rider.


I'd love to see the difference in the training regimes of James Toseland & Valentino Rossi. JT trained with the Royal Marines, Rossi probably took the dog for a walk. When Eurosport commentator Toby Moody saw Vale running around a circuit he likened it to a giraffe on the move. some people are naturally adept at what they do, Barry Sheene only trained to recover from injuries. Checa & Haga have been outstanding since they took to the gym.


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