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lean two

June 15, 2013 8:53 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: I've had better days

Crashing his #1 bike and frying his clutch isn't good for the confidence, (and he needs a boost) but taking his #2 bike to the front row should inspire him, and better that he fryed the clutch here in qualifing then launching the bike in the race... hopefully its a tight race, as well all know, Dani is a demon on poll, Cal could be the fly in the oinement, but like in the last race, maybe Jorge will take them in the 1st turn and then, battle royale!!!!

lean two

June 12, 2013 6:42 PM
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MotoGP » Denning optimistic over Suzuki’s return to MotoGP

Randy makes a good tester as he is currently running in motogp he knows the tires, and the pace but for 2014 they need Cal or Alex Espargaro to competitive or maybe Takaaki Nakagami. the other thing Carmelo is about to change the 24 grid rule to 28 to make room for Suzuki, the new Mark VDs scott redding team, Sido Pons with Tito Rabat and one other that are gona run the new Yamaha and production Honda bikes.

lean two

June 07, 2013 7:39 PM

MotoGP » PIC: Max Biaggi rides Pramac Ducati

@A1 not sure if your being sarcastic or not but, Seta's come back was on the Pramac Ducati and he re-retired after a dismel preformance at Laguna Seca... btw: in the GPone interview Max said himsefl "This test was not born because I gave directions, I'm just another voice in the choir who can't even say as much" and "but for now at least I'm the world's fastest commentator ". like I said Purley a PR move...

lean two

June 07, 2013 2:46 PM

MotoGP » PIC: Max Biaggi rides Pramac Ducati

what a waist of time technicaly, there is no way Biaggi is gona push it to the limit at age 40, plus chit weather an the fact he hasn't ridden a motogp bike in 8 years lol this is nothing more then a PR stunt.. and if anyone needs a reminder of how well legends do do making a come back, you need look no further then Seta Gebernau an his attempt lol

lean two

March 20, 2013 4:14 AM

MotoGP » Marc Marquez - Q&A (Austin MotoGP Test)

@99 Crystal Ball His cocky ego was never from what he did, or said off track, it was all from what he did on track, he pushed other riders off the track, and literally road thu them, basically did whatever he wanted... and very few times did he get in trouble for it, just look back at the last season and you will see two races in particular, with one race incident everybody wanted (and should have had) him to suspended, and race direction only made him start from the rear of the grid, and the other was basically ingnored Hopefully he has matured, only time will tell.

lean two

March 13, 2013 7:55 PM

MotoGP » Yamaha may leave Austin MotoGP test early

In one respect I dont blame them, its seems to me that the real work here will be with Bridgstone, as with other tracks during to cold or to hot temps, (near freezing overnight) they need a new tire to get the best results, clearly the Yamaha did not adapt to the track temps with the tires Bridgstone supplied, JL said it " the tires dont warm up fast enough...". These guys are pros, they are not going to risk a crash/injury on a new track so close to the start of the season. Still I think they should log as many laps as possible to gain better track knowladge.

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