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LeisuresuitLarry

October 03, 2014 7:18 PM

WSBK » Troy Corser managed BMW entry set to be revealed


sethgator:
Didn't you get the point of this? It is an Aussie team, so they want at least one Aussie Rider. Josh Brooks. Corser isn't going to run with an American & a Brit.
yeah I did, didn't you get the point of "personally" reading comprehension...find it.
I'm sure my reading comprehension is far in excess of yours, Sonny Jim. By the way, when you start a sentence (hmm, with yeah) you generally use a capital letter.

LeisuresuitLarry

October 06, 2014 12:49 PM

WSBK » Giugliano: I don’t understand why I’m crashing so often


Me: (Giugliano) trying to ride the bike beyond your limit just to keep up. Yearby23: He's over riding the bike. Tomco: they are having to ride the wheels of(f) those bikes. So essentially we are all saying the same thing? The fact is that Giugliano is over-riding the bike past its limit. You can argue that it is the bike that is not good enough, or the rider, or a combination of the two but the indisputable fact is that when a bike is consistently over-ridden then the most likely scenario is a trip to the gravel trap.

LeisuresuitLarry

October 04, 2014 8:28 PM

MotoGP » Loris Baz lands Forward Yamaha ride


NineTimes: IMHO, There should be a rule restricting passport riders (i.e Crutchlow, Smith, Miller, Baz...etc) from being promoted to premier series without having completed at least one season in lower categories. With a section to it saying, "they must have also done something of significance".
In the case of Crutchlow, does being World Supersport Champion qualify in your estimation as having done 'something of significance'?

LeisuresuitLarry

October 05, 2014 4:44 PM
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WSBK » Melandri beats Guintoli to controversial win


I have to disagree with a number of posters & offer the view that in such circumstances, team orders are both legitimate & sensible. Whilst riders are interested in their own results, it is after all a team sport. Without the backing of the factory, engineers & mechanics, they would never get to the grid in the first place. Once a situation is reached where one team member is in the running for the championship and the other mathematically isn't, then the second rider should be prepared to support the other, for the benefit of the team as a whole. First & foremost Aprilia want to win the rider's title. So do Kawasaki - Baz was instructed to let Sykes through in race 1 (& did). So Melandri should ride shotgun for Guintoli. Baz should ride shotgun for Sykes. In fact I would suggest that 'team orders' shouldn't actually need to be given. A professional rider with the best interests of the team at heart shouldn't actually need to be told, they should behave in this way automatically.


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