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September 11, 2014 10:38 PM
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MotoGP » Options for Laverty in WSBK and BSB

Michael is a really nice guy, but I wish someone would ask a question I'm sure so many people would like to know the answer to... Why are you so keen to stay in MotoGP when the best you could possibly hope for is breaking the top 15? I thought riders wanted to win? Can't be very well paid? Is it the travelling the world? Being in the same paddock as legendary MotoGP riders? WHAT? No disrespect to Michael, honest, am just curious why any rider wants to continue riding at the back of the MotoGP grid when they could be scoring podiums in other series. Current WSB champion Tom Sykes won't go to MotoGP unless he is on a competitive bike. It won't happen hence he is happy to stay in WSB. Why are you so keen to stay in MotoGP as a backmarker? Would be genuinely interested to know. Cheers!


September 08, 2014 12:06 AM

WSBK » Guintoli dismisses team order assertions

Horsemen46: The commentators are a bit harsh on Guinters... I'm in the states so maybe it's just the ol UK vs France bit?! But seriously while I get their angle, i do, they kinda beat him up about his weakness' every weekend
Guinters is loved by the English! He lives here and his accent is THE best in the Motorcycle World. French mixed with Derbyshire. I remember him leading a MotoGP race once on the Tech3 on Dunlop tires. 2005 at LeMans? Till he binned it. Guintoli is a great rider and bloke!

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