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bri t

June 04, 2012 9:33 PM
Last Edited 688 days ago

MotoGP » Big fall for Cal Crutchlow at Catalunya MotoGP test


I think his fall last year at Silverstone was in part due to over confidence. Hopefully this will temper him a little. Just a little. That's all he needs IMO. It's a funny old game innit! Although I'm sure there are plenty wanting to cheer him on at his home race the flip side is that it must increas pressure to perform and may actually cloud his mind a bit. I will be egging him on from the sofa tho!

bri t

May 17, 2012 10:03 PM

MotoGP » Italian broadcaster swaps MotoGP for WSBK


I have no vested interests (ie don't own a bike in any of the classes) and am just a 'motorcycle racing fan' but I have decided to miss most of this years Moto GP meetings (+support races) because I've better things to do. I've signed up to Eurosport Player for a wider motorcycling diet and have been mostly watching the superbikes. That's simply where the best racing and action is (Italy aside!) is I've seen so far this year.

bri t

May 14, 2012 5:43 PM
Last Edited 709 days ago

WSBK » Haslam: I want to forget race two…


Melandri was riding a bit wild at the end there. He tried too much of a dive into the hairpin. Exiting that with several (4 or five) bike lengths behind Haslam. Next corner again big lunge from too far back (coverage is limited how far that move originated) took himself wide and unsettled Haslam a bit. Rea stuck his tyre in the gap but seemed he was going wider and Haslam was cutting back = prang. I don't think Leon knew Rea was there till it was too late. You see his gesture "WTF" with his arms when he stands up. Then again Rea made a similar move on Biaggi at the hairpin too. Biaggi shook Rea's hand after as well. But maybe that was more to do with him skittling Marco. Motorcycle racers. Gotta love em! :) watch?v=VgyxA5i9nfI


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