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twonha

January 31, 2012 4:47 PM

MotoGP » Spies 'inspired' by new 1000cc YZR-M1


I do hope Ben picks up a lot of speed. He's going to have to BEAT Jorge this year, in my opinion. That's the target. I don't think Ben Spies wants to have the role Colin Edwards had besides Rossi. I don't think he wants to be the wingman to Yamaha's top guy. He's going to have to start being faster than Lorenzo regularly if he's to fight for the championship. He's been in the championship for two seasons now and neither rider has an advantage anymore as far as knowing the bike, as it's all new... Go Ben go!

twonha

August 29, 2011 10:18 PM
Last Edited 1208 days ago

MotoGP » Hayden gets tyred in home race


Indeed worth a gamble. It's disappointing to see the amount of idiocy among Crash's regulars. Nicky got it right: he ran with the front guys for a few laps, had the time of his life, and then suffered the INEVITABLE degrading performance of his bike. Soft or hard wouldn't have mattered, at least with the soft tyres he was able to put on a bit of a show in the first few laps. I'm absolutely gutted for this loyal, fun, honest, caring, hardworking rider. Nicky deserves a proper ride under his backside, you just KNOW with a proper Ducati he could be challenging for higher positions. As it stands, each Ducati rider is at the whims of the machine, and thus just wasting career until someone figures it all out. I wonder if Preziosi knows what they're doing to their riders. If almost every Ducati rider just wants to come in and end it, something is very, very off. At this rate, I'd rather see Suzuki stay next year and Ducati Corse just fold and take their efforts to WSBK.

twonha

August 29, 2011 10:12 PM

MotoGP » Crutchlow 'back on track' despite choking


I'm glad Cal got a solid finish under his belt. He needs to get back up to speed, and this was one small step forward again after a long streak of backward leaps. I guess to turn the tide, first you have to stop it, and this might just have been the race where he's done that. What I'm more impressed by however, are Poncheral's comments. He's been hard on Cal in the press, fueling the hate even, but now that Cal did relatively well compared to previous excursions he's the first to recognize that and say so. Must be a great guy to have worked for, I think - hard and honest! Now time to see Cal fighting further up the order. Afterall, 11th is indeed disappointing if you forget about Cal's current season, and look back at last year's pole sitting bike... :$


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