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Ronald Revsak

November 03, 2014 9:23 AM

WSBK » Guintoli ‘overwhelmed’ by WSBK title win

Brilliant final round of the year! Being a Yorkshireman I feel sorry for Tom but there's no point dwelling on the would have, could have, should haves. It was good to see him congratulate Sylvan & he did seem genuinely happy for him, but who wouldn't, Sylvan's a nice guy. At the end of the day Sylvan pulled out all the stops for the final round, he did what he had to do & rode the best he's ever rode to get his first ever double win! A deserving champion... When's next season start, I can't wait!

Ronald Revsak

October 19, 2013 9:11 AM

MotoGP » Casey Stoner an official MotoGP legend

CS would end up crying then going home and taking his ball with him if he had to race against MM, if he thought some of VR's moves were hard he just wouldn't be able to cope with MM sliding up the inside of him. CS is an awesome rider and nobody can doubt his raw speed but for me he is definitely not a legend of the sport. For me he complained too much about pretty much everything unless he was leading from the front and nobody 'raced' him, he would have been an awesome time trial rider. Watching MM, JL and DP racing against each other this year has been amazing, really tough but fair riding from all, CS would have hated it.

Ronald Revsak

May 13, 2012 6:39 PM

WSBK » Rea wins after last corner chaos

It was a racing incident and nothing else. Leon knew Marco was going to try to chuck it up the inside which is why he left room for him & took a late apex, I don't think he thought Johnny was as close as he was, after all it was Max in 3rd until the loop. Johnny was diving up the inside as Leon cut back, bang!! Nobody's fault just a racing incident. Marco surprised me though, I always thought he was more of a team player than that. Ok, pull those last corner moves if BMW are 1-2 and have a 10 second lead but not if it's a 10th of a second one, thought Marco had his head screwed on better than that, should have just brought it home for another 1-2... But saying all that... It did make it good!!

Ronald Revsak

May 10, 2012 6:39 PM

MotoGP » Vermeulen replaces Edwards for Le Mans MotoGP

I must say this is the most entertaining moto gp forum on the web! Not very good for actual debates but still very funny to read, I can't get over how sensitive some of u are... You know who u are... Anyhoo - CV is a good choice for loads of reasons, cheap, available, experience of track, experience on Bridgestones, ex world champ and he will definatly be looking to impress. It's defiantly the best choice out of the 2 of them. Haslam, I dont blame him for not taking it, it wouldn't do him any good at all at this moment in time, maybe if the bike's loads better but not now.

Ronald Revsak

May 07, 2012 9:45 PM
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MotoGP » Shane Byrne to make MotoGP return?

I think the only problem is that Birdy says out loud what he should keep in his head. If he'd have just thought 'might ask Shakey if he wants a go?' then did a test somewhere it would have all been ok, there's nothing wrong with a second opinion. Saying it straight to the press must make James feel like ****. Not a good man management style at all.

Ronald Revsak

April 29, 2012 4:21 PM

MotoGP » Rivals tip Cal Crutchlow for MotoGP podium

Yep, Spies won at Assen. But the paddock has a short memory and you're only as fast as your last race, the sun is shining on Cal at the moment and he needs to make the most of it. Good results equals nice shiny new parts from Yamaha, if he keeps this form up Yamaha might as well just swap fairings with Cal & Ben. looks like Dovi is going to be the bridesmaid again... But saying that Spies might win the next race and everything changes again.... Foookin love moto gp!!

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