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Greg .

June 26, 2008 6:26 PM

MotoGP » Capirossi out of Assen, no Spies.

according to Julian Ryder Ben doesn't want to ride. He already missed out on two practices at a track he doesn't know, plus it's supposed to rain on race day. I think he's worried about injuring himself. Plus there's an upcoming test at Indianapolis? Personally I would like to see him ride, what has he got to lose? Clearly no one's going to be that surprised if he doesn't do well, so he might as well get the experience

Greg .

May 11, 2008 3:04 AM

WSBK » WSBK Superpole qualifying times - Monza.

Actually, the twins are given less tuning capability than the fours. If there really is such an advantage for the twins, they will get the penalty sooner or later. Also, let's not forget that the CBR1000RR came late and didn't get the normal development it should have. Or that Yamaha is having an oddly poor showing so far (can't even top their performance from last year). And if Biaggi had stayed with Suzuki, he could very well be leading the championship. Also, one has to question why Aprilia and BMW are choosing to take a whack at WSBK with fours instead of twins, when historically both have a long history of making twins

Greg .

May 10, 2008 9:47 PM

WSBK » WSBK Superpole qualifying times - Monza.

Uh oh, looks like everyone's figured out Ducati's inside game. The secret is out! Yes, there's a dial inside Bayliss's bike labeled "performance", that they finally cranked up when it came to qualifying. The other Ducati's don't have this, instead they have a gizmo to cut power to the engine when they come within range of Bayliss's bike. Because it's not like Bayliss has a good record here. Or that his top speed is 8km/h slower than the 4's. Or that the next Ducati is in 5th. Yeah, it *must* be that Ducati's in total control and just sitting on their thumbs, waiting to turn that knob up at the proper time, and putting governors on the other bikes.

Greg .

May 01, 2008 9:11 PM

MotoGP » Stoner: Points not important - yet.

I think he's sending out a message to the other riders.. Points so far have not been important, because he's confident he'll dominate the rest of the season like last year. Seriously, he may have a point. Bridgestone's two worst tracks last year were: you guessed it, Jerez and Estoril. I'm just looking forward to some good racing, now that the other manu's (and hopefully Michelin) have stepped up their game.

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