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Paul 46!!!

April 29, 2011 10:22 AM

MotoGP » Stoner talks push start, marshals and payback

Fans will always favour their own rider. Trying to look at it from a neutral perspective, Rossi made a mistake and went down. Stoner was unlucky to be involved in someone else's accident. There was nothing intentional, Stoner was just unlucky. Any of the 10 guys who crashed during the race could have taken someone else with them. If you have done any racing at all you will know the phrase "run out of talent" well, if that is what he meant. Stoner is a fast rider, but no one is better in front of the media than Rossi, some may see it as beck peddling but I think Stoner is very hot headed. He hasn't actually changed any opinion in this latest interview he has just been able to word it in a media friendly way!

Paul 46!!!

April 28, 2011 10:16 AM

MotoGP » That race: The 2006 Portuguese MotoGP

Me - Did you even watch the race... have you ever watched any motogp? Stoner was racing MotoGP in 2006 on the LCR, Lorenzo was the only one still in 250. I think Elias would have been a match for anyoen that day. Oh and bookmakers... I know Rossi is good but contructing a 0.002 loss is a bit beyond him I think, relying on Elias beating everyone else too. The reason he lost it is because he was beaten by a better rider on the day. Simple as that. Also don't forget KR is a motogp champion... something Pedrosa hs yet to achieve so if you are talking about non entity riders I don't think KR and Elias fall into that bracket. Maybe now but not in 2006.

Paul 46!!!

April 08, 2011 3:58 PM

MotoGP » Why Rossi and Hayden can test...

Guys... can you hear me up there on your high horses?!?! good... any team can do this! they are not breaking any rules. I don't care who goes out and tests, when they test etc etc as long as we get good racing. Money saving? B0llocks. Test riders will be lapping the privately owned tracks all the time in Japan/Italy or wherever. Was it really necessary for Honda to run 4 factory backed HRC bikes this year, probably not, but they want to win and that is how they feel they will achieve it. You could argue with that many factory riders they are gathering more info than Suzuki who have one bike in total. Unfair? no. That's up to each team what they want to do in order to give them the best shot at race wins/title. Now, go and collect your toys and place them back in the pram.

Paul 46!!!

April 04, 2011 3:32 PM

MotoGP » HAVE YOUR SAY: Who was your Jerez winner?

I would say it is close between Lorenzo and Rossi. Lorenzo had a good chance to win here anyway, but with Casey getting 0 points that is more than Lorenzo could have asked for. ROssi because how often can you fall in a motogp race and still finish 5th? It would have been an easy race on his shoulder and 4 weeks more recovery to go. It worked out pretty well for him. Biggest loser is Stoner, unlucky to get caught up in a crash which meant he didn't score points and then can't control himself in front of the cameras and makes himself look a bit of a nob.

Paul 46!!!

April 04, 2011 1:12 PM

MotoGP » Spies second-place ends on the floor after ‘taking it easy’

aspinock - it could be that or it could be that some cameras are under cover, out of the rain or maybe even someone gave the lens a quick wipe clear so that watching the racing wasnt like looking through frosted glass? all a bit i bit far fetched i know, but could have happened! :) I am sure Spies made the call he thought was correct. Personally I don't think hes a match for the top guys yet but he is showing signs of getting there and learning. He just needs to make those final couple of steps that seem to be the hardest to make. Still, that fall could have happened to anyone. I am sure the bike was too damaged for him to try and continue.

Paul 46!!!

April 04, 2011 10:48 AM

MotoGP » Lorenzo equals Criville after smart home win

There's no getting away from this one. Ride of a champion. Like him or not he stayed calm, rode the pace he knew he could ride and kept it out the gravel. Even when Dani relled him in very fast he just kept riding his race. Looking at the rear tyres at the end I was surprised at the damage the yamaha had done to its tyres despite Lorenzo looking very smooth on the bike. Maybe he was pushing harder than it looked? Dani's tyre looked the most healthy followed by Nicky's. Rossi's tyre looked in good shape whilst riding round but haven't seen a shot of it afterwards. Still, good job Jorge. Deserved the 25 points.

Paul 46!!!

November 01, 2010 10:38 AM

MotoGP » Stoner 'really sorry' for fifth crash of 2010

Initially it looked like he lost the rear because of the way the bike fell... he was the one on it (or not) so I guess he knows better than we do! Also losing the front fits in more with his previous problems this season. Hopefully he puts the problems behind him and rides well next season, I want to see him fighting Vale and Jorge for the title... I just dont want Casey or Jorge to win it :)

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