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RSMick

September 05, 2014 8:34 AM
Last Edited 8 days ago

MotoGP » Eugene Laverty evaluating MotoGP options


ELaverty: There are a few options that could materialise
Basically there are no options on the table as yet then, as David Emmet says he is phoning them, not the other way round. Can't beat Melandri, can't beat Biaggi over a season or even Sofoglu. Couldn't beat Wilarot on the same bike, couldn't beat Abraham on the same bike. Why would anyone think he would be succesful at GP?

RSMick

September 05, 2014 10:17 AM

MotoGP » Eugene Laverty evaluating MotoGP options


johnny13 I appreciate that, but why would any Motogp team take him unless he has a pile of cash? The headline kind of reads that he is on the wanted list where in fact he isn't, 'searching for options' would be more appropriate. Other country riders are more likely to be on the top of the list, we have too many Brits in there anyway. All of them saying they wouldn't go unless they had the right package, could they use the right package as that last second is the major problem? Take Cammier doing a great job, but if he had Marquez or Lorenzo's bike could he actually use it to gain those extra seconds?

RSMick

September 04, 2014 5:31 PM

MotoGP » Rainey to help run American road racing


Codger: I think Casey could do a good job in helping young Aussie riders. He certainly has good contacts and everyone who worked with him seemed to like and respect him.
Doohan would be better , more of a business brain. Sheene used to use his contacts to help but thats about it, his philosophy was "If your good enough the sponsors will come", however he didn't exactly have to struggle to get in.

RSMick

September 04, 2014 4:02 PM
Last Edited 15 days ago

MotoGP » Rainey to help run American road racing


Why pick on Stoner though?, need to let go. When mentioning Rossi and Rainey, what about Puig? without him a lot of British riders wouldn't be up there. What about Gresini, Ceccinello, Martinez, Okada, Pons, Boscoscuro, Ajo and Alzamora? That's without mentioning the ones who do a lot behind the scenes. One thing you will notice missing from there is a British name.

Onemoreround: Why do I as a fan have a desire to attend a GP or SBK race?
Thats what SBK has become and helped it almost disappear, its not what it was meant or claimed to be.

RSMick

September 04, 2014 12:41 PM

MotoGP » Donington Park to host 2015 British MotoGP


Johnny13: Well Donington have just released and ''early bird special'' for fans to get cheap tickets. 10,000 available.
Promoter and circuit badl,y in need of funds if you ask me, they haven't even decided if your paying for your child yet. As I have said before, Gillett and DVLL springs to mind, looking more and more like the Sunday market will be on again that day to add to the chaos.

RSMick

September 04, 2014 3:20 PM
Last Edited 16 days ago

MotoGP » Donington Park to host 2015 British MotoGP


Tetley: OK, so we didn't camp, but the huge difference between Spanish and UK attendance costs really does need to be investigated
It wouldn't need to be a long investigation, for a start the £ is strong against the €, if it was the same it would have been £90, closer to the Silverstone mark. The Montmelo race gets local government funding as they know it brings a lot of trade to the area, something you will never get in the UK so you can add another £10 to that. The average Spanish wages are estimated to be around 16% lower than the UK ( a lot more if you London into account). Prices are generally cheaper in Spain (for us taking the exchange rate into account again) except things like running cars. Just a couple of points

RSMick

September 04, 2014 10:58 AM

MotoGP » Silverstone ‘extremely disappointed’ to lose 2015 MotoGP


SasquatchBob: We had to go on a budget this year as I'm in the first year of a new business so funds are tight. It still cost an awful lot of money though.
Ha tell me about it, peoples perception of business owners are 180deg out, particular the first couple of years. You shouldn't get down, its not always cracked up to be, the teams work hard all weekend although you meet them its mainly PR people you deal with. Hopefully WSB are learning because their paddock was atrocious and easy to see why a lot of the bikes are blank, the riders are supposed to be more accessible there but are worse in my opinion. My missus still has a gripe with Laverty after he headed straight for her on his scooter then ran into the Aprilia garage. Now that is one thing I would ban at the track, team members riding around the paddock and track with no regard for anybody.


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