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Joeski

March 13, 2015 11:43 AM

BSB » BSB: Mossey narrowly misses out on Cartagena lap record


Maybe he will pull a Stoner...of course I am not comparing him to Stoner but just the situation....Stoner was ok to good in the lower classes but never won a title...although he was possibly on lesser equipment...then gets into MotoGP and is a demon and everyone is like...where did that come from?? no one really saw his speed coming on the big bike. OK in little class to World Champion in MotoGP in second year...very few saw that coming.(no need to talk about you watched his whole career and knew it...I mean in general) short story...maybe this is the same for Mossey... ok, there or there abouts in lower class but perfectly suited for the big bikes and surprises the crap out of everyone....

Joeski

March 17, 2015 4:18 PM

MotoGP » Ducati fired-up after leading final test


some1: The photo in this articles tell me that Ducati GP15 has been made from optimal setting from NH69 and Stoner as the base out of the box with adjustable parameters to accept Dovizioso and Iannone settings as it's input. Iannone's bike look like were made for NH69 and Dovizioso's bike is likely were made for Stoner. If that is what they do with GP15, this season could be very interesting. But it still need a rider that consistently fight for a win every weekend to regain the title. I'm not surprise if Lorenzo or Pedrosa jump ship to ride the Ducati next seasons.
So you are saying Dovi's input was nil and this bike was made from Nicky and Casey's input....even though GiGi has never worked with either of them! You almost baited me....lol good one!!

Joeski

March 18, 2015 1:34 PM

MotoGP » ‘The GP15 is a real Ducati’


Yearby23:
Codger: His finish positions in the Championship :- 2008...5th 2009...6th (beaten by a single point) 2010...5th (4th was Casey) 2011...3rd (4th was Dani) 2012...4th (3rd was Casey) 2013...8th (Ducati wasn't competitive) 2014...5th (Ducati wasn't competitive)\blockquote] 2009, Repsol Honda...2010, Repsol Honda... 6th and 5th aren't acceptable on that bike, especially when Casey's beating you on a Ducati that doesn't work. However, his performances on the Tech 3 and Ducati have been way more impressive than on the Honda.
So on average of 7 years of racing Dovi is top 5 in the world behind only the old and new aliens and achieved that even with 4 years of less than competitive machinery....not bad...I think he can win races on the GP15...

Joeski

March 18, 2015 11:44 AM

MotoGP » ‘The GP15 is a real Ducati’


@ VKal Ducati needs another CS to win races. Yes...if they had the same old bike that only works for Casey!! This GP15 is obviously different and that can be seen by both their riders being at the top. That infinite (tongue in cheek) level of adjustment has made the Ducati rideable (or so it seems at this moment) by more than 1 rider... and both are fast!! i.e. top of the timesheet. Give the workmen the proper tools and they will make it happen!! Dovi and Iannone can win races! is the GP15 up to it?...time will tell. PS. You do remember that Dovi is Tech 3's most successful rider???!!! in only 1 year!! of riding for them!!!

Joeski

March 17, 2015 1:47 PM

MotoGP » Rossi ready to go: 'It will be a good season'


Yossarian:
JedPB67:
R1LYS1: ... but hey there is still next year!
Testing is about getting a good race set up, not about setting one fast lap in 3 days. Just because Rossi isn't P1 doesn't mean you should count him out. He's never been one for being the quickest in testing, practise or qualifying...it's always about race pace.
Not quite true, he's won the BMW M award three times.
In 16 seasons of racing GP.... not quite good if you ask me...I agree with the first statement...Rossi has never really been the dominant rider in testing and qualifying even in his most successful years his ratio of poles to wins are low compared to the current crop of active champs... and Pedrosa and Casey...

Joeski

March 17, 2015 1:41 PM

MotoGP » Rossi ready to go: 'It will be a good season'


"Lorenzo manages to fight every race ... people will still say he's not a fighter when he was one of the best fighters in 250..." Lorenzo is capable of fighting for wins we know that from Mugello 2014, Silverstone 2013 and 2014 and 2009 Catalan GP...etc etc etc.... However, Lorenzo has admitted that with riders in front of him he finds it extremely difficult (not impossible) to get into a rhythm...which he prefers... He has struggled on a few occasions when he has found himself in the middle of the pack like 6th etc. early in the race and battling through seems to be his only real weakness. What you are talking about (battling for the lead) is different than battling up through the pack to get into the lead... On the other hand...with the margins of difference so close now, 2015 all these top riders really cannot afford to be mid pack on the start and that may be more critical this year!

Joeski

March 17, 2015 5:15 PM

WSBK » Rea out to capitalise on better than expected start


Not sure why people are dissing Sykes...because him and Baz had a falling out?? Really...and that is supposed to have affected his riding ability?? The dude has not traditionally gone well at PI so I was not surprised although I hoped for better. Rea will do big things this year but it is certainly too early to be calling titles yet and I think, Sykes, as he has done for 3 years in a row!!!...will battle for the title....i.e. be in the title fight...

Joeski

March 17, 2015 12:11 PM

MotoGP » Rossi ready to go: 'It will be a good season'


ValeRoy: The only thing that matters is winning enough races and consistency just in case he wishes to get that 10th title. Its a hard task ahead but I think Vale and Jorge...they should try adopting "The enemy of my enemy is my friend".
They have already been doing that by working closer together....but they have to compete on track..every time Vale beat Jorge or vice versa they are taking points off each other...if we follow what you are suggesting then the only way for it to work is Yamaha decide up front who will be the winner/leader and the other rider always surrender the higher position to the "hand picked Yamaha champ"...i.e. Team orders in effect right after the first race! (first race could decide who is in the lead and then Yamaha could use that as the choice)...not sure anyone likes that idea...LET THEM RACE!!

Joeski

March 13, 2015 11:11 AM

MotoGP » 'Within a second' - Redding's target in Qatar


Mysticmeg: Stupid awkward lookin style,hanging away off the bike, and its basicly still upright,looks krapp
Yea..a little ugly but if he keeps it up on the fat part of the tyre, it also means he can drive a lot harder as he will have more grip to accelerate, he is not as light as Elias so he will not have the same issue of weight and heat into the tyres...he just has to figure out when and where to apply that technique as it will not work in all situations and at all tracks...


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