Crash.Net User: voiceofreason2013

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July 18, 2013 2:10 PM

WSBK » Yakhnich Motorsport reiterates WSBK intentions

Hopefully see bigger grids next season should be exciting to watch, I was originally against the evo spec rules but looks like it shouldn't 'dunb' down the championship too much and good on Sam for wanting to move up. All I would say is stick with WSBK , moto2 is the dead end route, unless your on a Kalex your lost and you risk getting swallowed up by spaniards anyway, then if you do go into motogp you have no chance of beating the "aliens" anyway Bring the R1 back to WSBK and enjoy good exciting racing then you could maybe 'do a crutchlow'


July 13, 2013 8:39 AM

MotoGP » Dovizioso explains 'new' Ducati spec

Hopefully they should get at least some data from Iannone and Pirro but overall what a waste of a weekend for the lab bike! (assuming they keep it rubber side down) Ducati are definitely going through some crappy times right now...I do feel however the Pnaigale has room for improvement but the desmo just needs to be started from scratch, new beam frame the lot!


June 19, 2013 4:38 PM

MotoGP » de Puniet: Suzuki has 'really good potential'

for me I'm quite excited, it seems fair enough they don't want to rush back into racing. With it being a completely new bike and a new engine they have done very well to be within shouting distance of the front runners. With electronic packages being so complicated these days too to have a full year to develop the MM software with their current package should make them fully prerared and hopefully competative come Qatar 2015. And the reality is they are never going to grab an alien (and that does include Rossi for the sake of arument) they will do well for Cal or Dovi but even if de Puniet switches over should be for an exciting package!


June 07, 2013 1:09 PM

MotoGP » PIC: Max Biaggi rides Pramac Ducati

Honestly if I hear one more "bring stoner back" quote I'm going to scream! He's gone...get over it and if he wants to come back I'm sure it won't be because of all these comments on here! Who cares that Biaggi is testing the bike, He's retired from professional racing, he has numerous connections, years of experience why not have a bash at the Desmosedici? I'm sure he'll have fun out there at Mugello and maybe provide some feedback they can use. If not they have lost nothing. Apparently it took him some time to get up to speed but the photos he looks pretty comfy to me!


June 03, 2013 3:36 PM

MotoGP » Mugello MotoGP: Alpinestars data on Marquez 200mph fall

@guna maybe that, but more likely the fact they are of a different breed than you or I. I am a mountain biker and I've had wobbles and crashes of around 30kph an hour and they scared me so god knows what doing the same at 350kph is like! And to get up and race the next day is remarkable! Future champ for sure and a breath of fresh air in the championship! How insane was the CCTV footage too!


June 03, 2013 8:18 AM

MotoGP » Italian MotoGP, Mugello - Race Results

Pretty sure someones missing prof-x's point. Yes Bridgestone did bring in a new tyre for the weekend with a heat limiter built into the compound for the long straight and the high speeds. Not just new tyres for the weekend cos thats pretty obvious! Rossi was unlucky but in reality he would have been 4th at best this weekend. Cal did another quality ride but got bogged down at the start. Another few laps he would have been all over Dani (even though Dani seemed to be cruising) Marquez was just over excited and made a mistake on very hot tyres, people forget its his first season and will have some learning to do. Bloody exciting to watch though! How impressive was the CCTV of the crash!!!!!! Also impressed with the Ducati's, good scrap with Bradl and showing improvement all the time!

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