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February 27, 2011 2:14 PM

WSBK » Phillip Island - Race results (2)

Jesus wept!!! After two thoroughly exciting races both dominated by Checa and two great performances by Max, all some people seem capable of is bitching about JT????? How about talking about how great it was to see Nori battling up near the front again. Or how amazing it was to see Camier finish that high when he's obviously seriously under the weather. How about Norge's debut performance? Leave the childish prattle for the kids and show some maturity.


January 29, 2011 10:16 PM

MotoGP » Suzi Perry denies BBC MotoGP return

I personally couldn't care less who the BBC have on their presentation team. They treat the sport with utter contempt and do an awful job of covering it anyway. Keep the best commentators where they're used to their full potential, Eurosport. Jack and James are easily the best and to lose their hours and hours of concise and informed commentary to the 50 minutes the BBC would give them would be a travesty. With our riders being serious contenders and major players in the lower classes this season what are the BBC doing to showcase our own up and coming racing talent, oh that's right, shoving them onto the red button. There's commitment to the sport for you.


October 10, 2010 6:06 PM

MotoGP » Rossi turns worst start into 46th M1 win

There's no other rider who could come out of the first corner in 11th position and still you believe he can win the race. Performances like todays only reaffirm to me that Valentino really is the GOAT. Lorenzo is still a very very worthy champion but will have his work cut out retaining it next year against a fully fit Rossi on the red rocket. Congratulations to both riders and especially to Rossi for providing us with a fantastic spectacle.


June 22, 2010 1:22 PM

MotoGP » Dutch TT reduced to ‘red button’ BBC coverage

How long before Dorna see the way the bbc are treating their sport and decide to do something about it. Even the most blinkered and biased bbc fanboy can see MotoGP is treated with contempt at best and quite happily ignored or pushed aside at the slightest whim. All through the controversy of Eurosport losing all coverage a few years back the bbc kept trying to reassure us they were "committed to MotoGP" so where is this commitment? I have yet to see any evidence of it what so ever. They spent God knows how much of our license fee to buy exclusive rights and then don't use them. BBC, you are a complete and utter pathetic disgrace!


May 09, 2010 10:21 AM
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MotoGP » Simoncelli opens up – and is not afraid to offend...

The guy's a colossal bell end! The amount of idiotic dangerous maneuvers he's done on track during his pre MotoGP racing worries me a lot. It's only a matter of time before this brain donor takes out one of the aliens. The only saving grace about that would be he might finally get the punishment he's deserved for years. Hopefully he'll make a few more ill advised remarks throughout the season and be gone for next year. He's an accident waiting to happen and Bautista certainly knows that only too well.

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