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August 27, 2015 4:15 PM

MotoGP » Smith: Contract talks mentally taxing

I'm not a huge Brad fan, but can acknowledge his ability. I do wonder though if Crash sort of sensationalized an off handed comment or he actually made a big deal about the negotiations being "taxing." I'm sure they are, but making a public statement about it does the following: 1- makes him look like a whiner 2- sets himself up for higher expectations. Either way, one of the things I used to appreciate about Bradders is his quiet work ethic. Seems like lately he's dying at the chance to make questionable remarks.


August 17, 2015 2:29 AM

MotoGP » Lorenzo, Rossi title battle ‘starts from zero’

@kimi26 I disagree partially.... Yes JLo and Dp should stay, but I Think AI is on the verge of being up there. He was Crazy Joe in moto2... Just awesomely aggressive. On a lesser kit than MM93 he still managed to stick it to him. If ducati get their bike sorted better, I can see him joining the fray week in and week out. Aside from this weekend, Vinales has been doing well. It's his rookie year with a undeveloped bike and team... The biggest problem is lack of parity to the teams. There are only 4 bikes capable of winning. The rest are too far behind. They may even out in 2016, but after that year Yam and Hond have the superior teams and budgets to adapt quicker to the new rules. I don't have the solution, but I think it's naive to think some of the new motogp arrivals couldn't develop into title contenders with better equipment and teams. Not all the guys are alien caliber, but better equipment and better teams could certainly bridge the gap. Just take a look at Moto3. Several teams


August 16, 2015 12:00 AM

MotoGP » Rossi: Very important, very happy

Totally unrealistic ( I know), but I'm hoping AI gets in the middle of all of them, wears out JL and MM so they can duke it out to finish: 1-VR 2-AI 3-JLo 4-MM This will give Rossi a bit of breathing room in points so the Championship goes down to the wire. AI needs a mental/psychological boost that will carry through the end of the year. Like all these guys, pity DP is hurt. Was hoping he might start a wicked comeback.


July 02, 2015 8:24 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: Rossi was rightful winner at Assen

@frontbrake and Geeez I don't think vale was calculated. I think he was opportunistic. He didn't plan his win based on the possibility that MM would hit him. He planned to ride fast as hell and try to win... When the opportunity arose because MM hit him, I won't dispute that he took the opportunity. Here's the deal though.... If the guy in back could've made a clean pass, all these discussions would be moot. As for JL... I agree with the comments above. He doesn't like MM or rough riding tactics. Not will he bite the hand that feeds him( yamaha).


June 29, 2015 7:35 AM
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MotoGP » Marquez: I feel that we won the race

1- guy in back has a responsibility to make the pass clean. 2- think MM is talented and although I'm a VR fan, don't mind the aggressive riding. 3-VR closed the line.... Yup... That's what you do. You don't leave the door open for a pass. **** finally**** The funniest part about this is that there are a couple hundred posts polarizing fans, when all MM had to do is say..." ... I got in there kinda hot and had to try my best to make the pass... Glad neither of us went down... Vale had me today, can't wait to prove him wrong in Germany." - people would accept the aggressive riding and realize this is the best we've seen motogp for a few years now... Instead his spoiled/ entitled kid response, has made this into a huge debate. Ps.... Alex Marquez' response was hilarious.... Totally childlike- " you can't do that to my brother.... Waaaa!"


June 06, 2015 9:02 PM

MotoGP » Pramac scores its riders 7 out of 10

onetwothree: 1.Get the GP15. 2.Then sign Rabat. 3.With official backup.
Boy you have a thing for Rabat. He's been in the Smaller classes forever. In the best teams. Yes he is a good rider. World Champ...but he's also been in the WC for 10 years. He's 26 now ( certainly young enough still), but he's a guy that takes a few years to adapt to each category. Just don't see him lighting Motogp on fire. Listen, I don't claim any expertise, but I think Rabat will likely not get the best bike or backing in the premier class.

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