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1050cc

July 26, 2015 8:45 PM
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MotoGP » Smith, Espargaro salute historic Suzuka win


First time I've ever watched the Suzuka 8 Hours live. Loved it! You know why? Had absolutely nothing to do with the nationality of the riders. Was just about the team effort. Multi-national riders aiming for a win... Well done to EuroSport for broadcasting the whole thing. Great to hear Jack, just a shame Jamie wasn't with him! Good job guys!

1050cc

July 21, 2015 9:48 PM

MotoGP » Smith: Suzuka R1 feels like MotoGP M1


DamZen1:
exloko: that comment make me remember one of Ben Spies about..., when he passes from Tect3 to official Yamaha, he says the Tech3 configuration is nearly his WSBK R1 than the official Yam, ...
The 1 disagree I hate it when people disagree with a comment without posting a reason, get your fat lazy finger out of your a*** and state your reason, enlighten us all pleeeeease.
This is Crash.net mate. You are going to get lots of disagrees for trying to take the comment so seriously and asking why others don't. For informed discussion you are on the wrong site! This is The Sun / Daily Mail of the motorcycling world! Enjoy it for what it is! Preferably read and comment with a low knowledge or whilst drunk. Most do :-)

1050cc

July 22, 2015 11:31 PM

MotoGP » Baz: No idea what might happen


whtever: IMHO These stinking governments/politicians around the world, scratching about, trying to collect "tax" to pay off national debts to illegal private entity's (federal banks), debt they create because of non common sense spending of money they haven't earned, should go do one. Any "business person" who plough's their money into sport, especially motor sport, shouldn't pay any poxy tax. It should all be 100% deductible. imagine how healthy a sport we'd have then, money to go round, talent not tragically missed or over looked because of money. It would be amazing. Good luck to him I say, I hope he can spend some money on some decent number crunchers and come out of it smiling, without giving them anything. Every penny some ridiculous government doesn't get off him, is a penny that go's towards the sport we love!! go Baz.
# Read that back sober!

1050cc

July 10, 2015 9:28 PM

MotoGP » Rossi satisfied despite slipping to seventh


cnar77: It's amazing in this day and age people still talk about sand bagging. Sandbagging died ages ago because it brought no value after competitors in multiple disciplines stop taking notice of their opponents outside of race weekends. We've been hearing it for the past 20 years with drivers, riders and team principals all stating that they're working on their own program, not paying too much attention to the opposition but they look quick and we'll have to wait and see when we get to the races. Sand bagging in this era is a media and fan creation. Honda doesn't think Rossi is sand bagging. They think he's working on his setup to go quicker and they have to do the same. If they focus too much attention on others then they stop improving themselves. Lorenzo thinks the same. Work on my own program to get comfortable and see what happens come Sunday.
Very, VERY well said! I always cringe when someone says ANY rider is sandbagging!


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