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October 09, 2014 9:53 AM
Last Edited 264 days ago

MotoGP » Crutchlow: Motegi hard braking good for me

Can't go away and answer the question? Anybody who disagrees with your blinkered opinion defends it or is 'smoke and mirrors' according to you, I have a massive personal interest, I love the sport and the talent within it, those on and off the bike. 'Wordplay' thats a good one from someone who repeatedly writes 10 post saga's like Citizen Smith about the same old carp and just like Wolfy has no idea of anything about the topic or how its run, either in GP or WSB, you also mention Status Quo too many times, vested interest? GP never has or never will be the way you keep spouting, and only you make a drama out of it (maybe PCXMAC), as said before you clearly don't like it, so maybe heed your own advise. Maybe as I said spend a little more time reading the history, business and technology side that you clearly do not understand.


October 09, 2014 9:06 AM
Last Edited 264 days ago

MotoGP » Crutchlow: Motegi hard braking good for me

TalentFan: Launch Control, not rider clutch and throttle control Traction Control not rider brain-wrist-talent throttle management. Seamless gearboxes, with modulated clutch and throttle application. Data solutions strategies for engine braking, not rider clutch feathering and skilled control.
Winds from the east, mist coming in, like something's a brewing, about to begin, can't put me finger on what lies in store, but I feel what's to happen, all happened before! It must be cold and wet under the bridge this time of year! Maybe you should have listened to Troy Corser on Sunday, an actual rider not an analyst! Or even watched the race and practice sessions at Aragon, on board camera's are great. Marvel4.5, educate yourself with all this spare time.


October 08, 2014 5:43 PM

MotoGP » Flashback: Suzuka 1994 - Abe’s astonishing debut

Mackenzie mixing it up front there in the pic of the start on the WCM and Muckspreader just to the side on the Miller, didn't last long though, Mackenzie jumped the start by a huge margin as did others. The first GP of the last Japan 500 champion. The race is available on Motogp classics and it was. Another good race that highlights the huge difference between the factory and privateers in those days that many do not believe existed.


October 08, 2014 5:50 PM
Last Edited 264 days ago

WSBK » Dorna: We need to go to growing markets

nealio: Dorna NEEDS to free access to their product!!!
Sure, thats what FGS did and lost all its TV contracts, you cant sell to networks and then give away for free, where do you think people will watch? Dorna are having a hard enough job selling it to the networks, Flamini's as IMS took all cover off the web-site as they granted Eurosport exclusive rights in the Europe.


October 08, 2014 9:12 AM

WSBK » Baz plays down Kawasaki team orders call

Lodge: By the way, I believe the Green Team were prepared to explain their pit board for Baz to: 'Lose 1 Place' as- because Loris had 'exceeded the track limits'. As opposed to 'giving team orders'. If there were accusations of bullying, or favouritism. Anyway.
So did Sykes on 3 occasions, I would have been extremely pissed off if I was Rea, he caught right up to Sykes who then cut the chicane and gained about a 2 second advantage over Rea again.


October 08, 2014 7:51 AM
Last Edited 265 days ago

WSBK » Corser eyeing top five for new BMW team

Some people on here who never change the record should look at the state of the championship on October the 3rd 2012! Just how many factory teams were involved with one announced withdrawal. The financial state of the championship and the teams taking part. The amount of live TV coverage available around the world following the silliest 5 year deal, and appalling coverage and camerawork. The connection between Buddha, Superstars and conflict of interest. The 3rd failed so called 'Partnership', how long would have Phillipe Blatter have financed if he didn't put Infront Sports & Media up for sale? How many actual bikes on the grid when there were 36 slots available. The truth about attendance at most rounds but particular the 2 British where WSB has relied heavily upon. The actual race time difference between factory and privateer. Sponsorship within the championship. Lets hope this attempt actually has some finance and some weight behind it.


October 07, 2014 2:48 PM
Last Edited 266 days ago

MotoGP » Remembering Norick Abe

Ah the Blue Fox kid who frightened Doohan, then he lasted about 5 minutes on his Yamaha Debut at Donington after Rainey poached him from under Honda's nose (and before anyone says I know he rode for Roberts but his contract was with Rainey). His first win at Suzuka was pure emotion, the bollard Foggy used to slag him as only a Suzuka rider but he visited the podium 17 times, and his last lap dive under Biaggi at Rio was a joy. Sadly the 4t era didn't work for him. Will always be remembered for his upright with leg out style and his locks blowing behind the helmet. Very much missed.

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