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Mal X

April 29, 2014 11:23 AM

MotoGP » Moto3: Fenati takes win in last lap thriller


herewego: Fenati was brilliant! The move on Jack Miller wasn't dirty, just a good racer moving in when a gap opened up - that's racing! I was disappointed in Miller's sulk though as he has done a fair bit of the same in his time, so accept it when it is dished out to him. Maybe all Aussies are the same when it comes to a bit of pushing and shoving - it's ok for them to do it, but woa betide anyone who does it to them! Good race, looking forward to more of the same next week!
@herewego, Jack never said anything about the move a being dirty, all he said was " i had had race won in the last turn, some times you win sometimes it ends in tears". @herewego don't be so silly look at what actually was said and not what the economical biased euro media leads you down the garden path to believe. Be a black sheep and interpret the facts for yourself.

Mal X

September 22, 2013 10:00 PM
Last Edited 303 days ago

F1 » Webber handed 10-place grid penalty


This has to be best footage of the race which speaks volume about the entertainement value of the busniess which is F1. If you want to see precident in regards to this just look and Valentenio Rossi (yes I know it MotoGP) and his post race antic I'm sure the rules will be the same w.r.t entering the race track.

Mal X

July 25, 2013 4:38 AM

MotoGP » Casey Stoner to test MotoGP Honda


As I said before MotoGP need Casey more than Casey needs MotoGP. While we are all pontificating about if Casey returns to MotoGP. Why don't the CS and VR fans banned together and the get them both on a Honda /Yamaha, in the same team, and let all arguments and BS be settlled once and for all. My guess is that MotoGP would not allow this as it would destroy someones reputation..

Mal X

February 02, 2013 2:53 AM

MotoGP » Simon disagrees with Stoner


.... part 2 "That was part of it, but more it was the direction of the sport. "We lost a rider a couple of years ago (Marco Simoncelli) and with in a month it was like it never happened. They want to see biff and barge and they don't realise our lives are on the line. "We became puppets in that world and it had nothing to do with racing." Spoken like a true racer not a media tart

Mal X

February 02, 2013 2:37 AM
Last Edited 536 days ago

MotoGP » Simon disagrees with Stoner


Simon, is just becoming the next media tart of the sport. The more he get his name the press the more chance of attracting sponsorship. What a low act to use the death of the other riders to get yourself in the media. Stoner was doing the exact opposite, he resigned from the sport specifically about the direction MOTO GP is going, which is in part can be attributed to Macro fatality.

Mal X

February 02, 2013 2:39 AM
Last Edited 536 days ago

MotoGP » Simon disagrees with Stoner


THE FANS IS it any wonder Stoner has departed Moto GP? He was accused of cheating when he first arrived on the scene over there because he was winning on substandard machinery , which he repeated in the premier class. Euorpean fans are discourteous in defeat, which is very much in their sport culture. Fan spat at, attempts to push him off his scooter and treated with disrespect by both MotoGP officials, Stoner said suggestions he quit because of injuries or his family. "Injuries weren't any part of why or retired, or that I wanted to do new things," Stoner said. "Family wasn't a part of it either. I just fell out of love with the sport. We had a lack of respect from a lot of people around the sport and I didn't like the direction it was taking. "We got spat at (by fans), they tried to knock us off scooters going from the motor homes to the pits, everything like that. Unfortunately they didn't like my honesty in the paddock. "That was part of it, but more it was the direction of


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