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Joeski

October 20, 2014 1:48 AM

MotoGP » Smith: I thought something was wrong with the screen!


IvorBueb: I dunno, I always thought not crashing was a pretty good strategy.
Dam good comment...I believe that is why Rossi won...I also believe that is why JLo got second...oh and Bradley got third...and oh...Dovi got fourth and oh..Barbera got fifth ...and oh...everyone else got their position.... So everyone who finished today got the finish because they did not crash...hmmmm? Sounds like one hell of a strategy to me...... But these armchair warriors of here know better...I guess....

Joeski

October 20, 2014 1:58 AM

MotoGP » Smith: I thought something was wrong with the screen!


This was a fair fight..he never knocked anyone off and he held his ground and did not fall off...safe or not...average rider or not...the history books will reflect Bradley Smith #38 on the podium at PHILLIP ISLAND!!! Congrats...enough said.. All opinions are welcomed!!! PS I am a Rossi fan who did not think Bradley Smith earned his ride in MotoGP.... but in no way will I discredit the fact that he earned this podium..as did every one else who was behind MM...which was everyone on the motogp field!!!!!

Joeski

October 19, 2014 2:08 PM

MotoGP » Frustrated Lorenzo rallies against ‘disaster’ tyres


benignlyindifferent: All through practice and even after qualifying, Rossi was stating he would go for the super soft and hoped it lasted, as he was that distrustful of the other tire. Still, riders chose it and got caught out. Blame is shared. Bridgestone for bringing it in the first place and the riders who chose it, knowing how it would likely perform in the race.
Not a totally realistic analysis.... All the other riders said the supersoft could not last...MM said the super softs were destroyed after 10 laps..so their choices were between "bad and worst" they all knew the drawbacks of the asymmetric but the supersoft was worst for their bikes and set ups. Lorenzo managed his poor performing tyre but I believe he also ate them up battling with Rossi. Most likely they were bad because he was dropping like a stone. I agree that Lorenzo's style or set up may not have complimented the super soft but the asymmetric was not a choice for him either.

Joeski

October 20, 2014 1:40 AM

MotoGP » Rossi rolls back years with ‘Island victory


Come on guys!! Give Jorge a break! If the dude says he had a bad tyre.. I believe him the fall off was too much and the pic of his destroyed tyre was more than damaged due to race wear...it was bad when no-one else's was that bad... He kept it upright with that when others could not and in the end he got a podium..fair play.. He never discredited Rossi...he even said he had a lucky second...luckiest of his career!!! He is a competitor and a fierce one at that so he will never accept a defeat!!! That is what we want from our racers..... With that said...I am a Rossi fan and I am ecstatic Rossi won...fair play to MM...I believe he had it in the bag although Rossi was catching however if he stayed upright Rossi may have destroyed his tyre trying to beat him... I believe Rossi even said he settled and was just focused on Jorge until the MM crash...so I am not convinced Rossi could have beat MM but he kept it upright when others did not, same as all the other podium boys...congrats to the

Joeski

October 18, 2014 2:07 PM

WSBK » Alex de Angelis set to make WSBK switch


The more competitive riders the more fans and the greater the interest in the series will be. I think a lot more fans will tune in with some of these MotoGP riders moving over...bigger names..even though they have not been the most successful... I for one am expecting some great racing from these guys pending the bike they are on... TBH DeAngelis had a good season the year he lost his Gresini ride... Kind of like when Sykes lost his Yamaha ride...he had a good season but compared to Spies it was not.... And he lost that ride but look at him now..

Joeski

October 18, 2014 1:09 PM

BSB » Kiyonari BSB title bid in doubt after crash


Yea...he will be able to do race 2 & 3... Because ur qualifying time is not for race 2 & 3... only for race 1. Your fastest lap in race one determines your grid position for race 2. So he will basically start at the back for race 2. Then his fastest time from race 2 will determine his grid position for race 3. Of all the BSB rules this is the one I really like the best as it can turn around the race for many guys that were slow in qualifying but did well in the race and they get to have a better starting position... I seriously think WSBK should adapt this rule. To me the qualifying is for the race...so with 2 races, where is the actual qualifying for race 2? So I think with 2 races there should be 2 qualifying sessions and it makes sense to use race 1 as the qualifier for race 2... Economical and smart...lol and makes the races a little more interesting even if it doesn't change the front of the grid much...top guys are faster anyway...

Joeski

October 20, 2014 1:32 AM

MotoGP » Rossi rolls back years with ‘Island victory


Rossi can surpass the records of Ago..but to be honest it is pointless as Rossi has more premiere class wins than Ago already. To beat a record of total wins is not really fair comparison because of the defunct classes and more wins that were in a lower class and also during a time when riders competed in 2 classes on the same day...MM already said this would not be possible simply because of the PR commitments of a larger sport more worldwide than when Ago raced... If Rossi steps up the win ratio to about 6/ year then it is most likely he would surpass it but if he does 2 or 3 wins..he needs 4 or 5 more years to accomplish it.

Joeski

October 19, 2014 1:41 PM

MotoGP » Smith: I thought something was wrong with the screen!


Good job... I thought he had it in him but must also admit that I did not believe he earned his ride in the first place. I thought he did enough to keep it or get an extension but was little disappointed that he was struggling to beat his team mate, at least on a more frequent basis. Congrats kid!!!! You have earned it regardless...everyone was gifted positions today... Everyone that was behind MM and Crutchlow, Pol, Bradl etc... So no one should be complaining!!!!!! or disrespecting what you have earned....Barbera was also a surprise..good job keeping it on the black side!!!

Joeski

October 15, 2014 1:35 PM

WSBK » Denning thrilled to lure de Puniet to Suzuki


I know!!!....Engineers develop... riders give feedback and input... PS Riders are Test/Operational Engineers...They do not need the degree for that...positions like Field engineers (glorified technicians) require more experience rather than school degrees.... and are valid engineering positions that can/could be held by experienced qualified candidates or Degreed personnel.... The issue is that some companies go strictly for the black and white print while some companies realize the importance of experience in certain positions... I wonder which ones are usually more successful...


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