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Pam

January 05, 2013 6:48 PM

MotoGP » Ben Spies: The moment I decided to leave Yamaha


And who is responsible for set up Professor? The rider and the feedback he gives is the most important thing in getting set-up right. And don't tell me the crew weren't listening to what Spies told them. If Spies was unable to get them to do what he asked for in set-up, then he, Spies, failed. Go home. Your talent combined with your force of will determines where you go in racing. Seriously, since when did mediocrity become the acceptable in motogp? Pathetic.

Pam

January 05, 2013 4:12 PM

MotoGP » Ben Spies: The moment I decided to leave Yamaha


"since when are we running olympic foot races...? how does one fight harder with undermined suspension settings...? yamaha supplies the kit, motogp's not "BYOB" Or, things losers say. Sorry, I grew up in a racing family so I don't understand what you're saying. I don't know how to not give everything you've got. If you can't man up and fight harder, go home. That's what I was taught. You lead, you don't follow, that's what racers do. And by lead I don't just mean on the track. Yamaha lost confidence in Spies not because of suspension failures, they lost it because of his lack of effort on and off the track. He came into the season unprepared to race, had some bad luck and said screw it I'm done.

Pam

December 11, 2012 6:03 PM
Last Edited 736 days ago

MotoGP » Rossi: Stoner 'started to hate me' after Laguna 2008


Why would any racer like any other racer? Sorry, I don't get any of this. Stoner should hate Rossi and every other racer out there and likewise the others. Stoner should be a bad loser, losing sucks. So one rider made a hard pass on another which pissed them off. Wow, that's never happened before! Most racers I know don't live in the past. Race fans however, that's another matter. Having said all that, I'm willing to bet Stoner quickly moved on and never dwelt on Laguna. Stoner lost respect for Rossi after Laguna, that's different. I think Stoner hated Rossi because he's a rich boy that was given all the best opportunity's, while Stoner, a 14 year old boy had to win to pay back his parents for betting the farm on his success.

Pam

December 11, 2012 2:55 PM

MotoGP » Suzuki a 'maybe' for MotoGP 2014


I would agree. I think Honda are bluffing and would fall in line with a set of rules and regs that make for better racing. Their claim that they race to do research for their street bikes makes no sense. If they wanted to test for improved fuel economy and TC, seems to me there are better ways to achieve that then by racing in motogp....like in the world that most of their customers exist.


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