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September 24, 2012 11:59 AM

BSB » Hill on the back foot after Assen woes

Pathetic thing to do that. I hope whomever it was that grassed up Tommy's crew for next to nothing feels proud of themselves. Imagine winning the title by just a few points and knowing it was only because someone on your team, or you yourself, were so insecure you had to tattle tale on a rival. Shoddy officiating too. As Tommy's crew cheif stated. There should've been a warning to tell them to get the tyre warmers off. The title should be decided ON THE TRACK, not by back stabbing and playing politics.


September 18, 2012 12:07 PM

MotoGP » Redding: Size more important than skill in Moto2

Sito Pons has been saying the exact same thing since Moto2 started. They've ignored him for over 2 years and I can't see them altering their stance on the issue. Although, as the above poster pointed out. Maybe now that "The chosen one" is moving into the Repsol MotoGP squad they might have less reasons for not at least looking in to the problem. Why should Scott and similarly sized riders feel penalised because they're not 40kg jockeys. It's supposed to be about riding skill not being the same height and weight as an oompa loompa.


August 22, 2012 1:18 PM

MotoGP » Elias keeps Pramac ride for Brno

I was dead against Elias getting the ride then realised. Who else is there with experience of the Bridgestones, experience of the Ducati, knows the tracks and is currently available? Very short list of candidates when you take all that into consideration. Any talented young hungry rider will more than likely be heavily involved in their own respective championship and wont be willing to risk injury or missing out on points just for a one off ride that wont do them any favours.


June 04, 2012 9:35 AM

MotoGP » Moto2: Marc Marquez penalty overturned!

Whether he saw Pol or not is irrelevant. He knew he was very close behind him and after he lost the front and saved it he also knew he'd gone wide and lost speed. Any rider would be well aware that someone so close behind them would have gone for the pass and that pass would've been on the racing line. He knew Pol was there and tried to chop his nose off to stop the pass. For some unfathomable reason he seems immune to punishment. Until that is, his actions cause something more serious than just a crash.


April 05, 2011 8:42 PM

MotoGP » Hayden keeps focus for Ducati podium

Well done Nicky. You stayed upright while others threw it down the road. As for belittling his championship. . How often was he off the podium during that season? The points total doesn't lie, he was consistently the best rider throughout the whole season and deserved his championship. Let's not forget, he was riding a bike specifically built for his team mate and he had to test all the new parts incase they didn't work, yet still came out on top. I don't get where all the vitriol directed towards him comes from.

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