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September 26, 2009 7:05 PM
Last Edited 1799 days ago

WSBK » Fabrizio snatches maiden pole at Imola


I get it. There is a group arguing which bike is a NASA prototype or not and then there's the group that understands what the whole discussion is about...EXCITING RACING! WSBK offers more exciting racing than Motogp regardless if you can buy a private island with the cost of the M1 and regardless of the tons of updates they get at every round (which put most teams at the back of the pack anyways)and regardless of how faster these computers are in the corners. Watching the racers working the bike, blipping the throttle, backing it in, fighting the bike is more exciting than seen a computer race.I am not bashing Motogp, I'm stating the obvious. Rossi himself stated this FACT. Sheeeeeesh!!!!

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September 26, 2009 3:46 PM
Last Edited 1799 days ago

WSBK » Fabrizio snatches maiden pole at Imola


Gringo, Where did you read that the Motogp top 4 are worried about WSBK top riders? But it is clear where the real racing action is and I know Rossi's watching. He said it himself before. WSBK has the best racing hands down. The 800cc are boring in comparison. Whatever the advantage in speed they have it doesn't replace the sliding and man handling of the SBKs for excitement. Trains are fast. Who likes watching trains go by?

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September 26, 2009 3:26 PM

WSBK » Fabrizio snatches maiden pole at Imola


Rossi, Lorenzo, Stoner and Pedrosa called me in a conference call this morning and told me they were eating their nails and nervously jumping on their seats watching this! The beer and food are ready for tomorrow. This is gonna be a mayor battle. Too bad Spies doesn't have a Fabrizio on his team Maybe Biaggi and Simoncelly will spoil the Ducs. Best luck to all the riders and may the best win!

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September 14, 2009 10:38 PM
Last Edited 1811 days ago

MotoGP » Bridgestone pleased to see lap records fall.


The moment Bridgestone open their legs to Honda and Yamaha two things should've happened... Ducati should've dropped Bridgestone like a bag of sh1te and approach Michelin to become their main team or Michelin should've made an offer to Ducati that they couldn't refuse by offering overnight specials and full support. I know it was more complicated than that but I'm just throwing ideas out. The higher corner speeds and the low quality of the Michelins are probably at fault. Remember Lorenzo's crashes even thou he took it like a man and didn't whine. Most Mich riders where having premature wear throughout the year and it didn't help the racing. Now they get no engine updates. LOL.


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