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SHEENE7

June 26, 2011 12:04 PM

MotoGP » Marco Simoncelli: Oops, I did it again...


Control tyres are sh1te,they haven't made the racing any better and these Bridgestone tyres seem to take too long to warm up.Marco made a mistake but it was caused by a cold tyre.How many riders in the last 2 yrs have crashed and got hurt because of the same issue with the same tyre ? It's crazy.Bring back Michelin and Dunlop in this series and WSB,help make the racing more interesting.

SHEENE7

June 15, 2011 7:13 PM

BSB » Leader Byrne out to maintain momentum


I don't see Shakey going anywhere else now.He's had a stint in Moto GP and WSB but on below par bikes.Unless he gets a full factory bike for WSB i think he will stay in BSB.How old is he now,mid 30s ?? Can't see him leaving now especially if he is in a team on a bike where he can win week in week out,not much motivation making up the numbers in any other series on a crap bike.He'd be better off staying in BSB and maybe riding at the British rounds of WSB as a wildcard,would be good to see what he could do against those guys on his factory bike,which I've said before.

SHEENE7

June 12, 2011 12:19 AM

MotoGP » Crutchlow breaks collarbone, out of British MotoGP


Gutted Cal is out with injury.I don't think he takes any notice of the so called pressure of being the only Brit in Moto GP at the moment.It's nuts that they place the British GP in June which this year is stupidly cold so far for the time of year which i guess is causing the tyres to take longer to heat up properly,Cal wasn't even pushing it too hard at the time of his crash.When i used to go to the British GP there back in the 80s it was always held at the end of July or start of August.The weather was still sh1te usually but at least it was a lot warmer.( 81 and 84 was hot and sunny,82 and 83 was humid with a few showers which delayed the 500cc race both years and 85 and 86 may as well been abandoned,they'd been better off on jetskies those 2 years !! ). Lets wish Cal a fast and speedy recovery.I think the weather may win again tomorrow,the forecast looks pretty dire to say the least.Typical Silverstone weather !

SHEENE7

June 05, 2011 2:10 PM

MotoGP » 125: Zarco stripped of Catalunya victory


Zarco's move to overtake was fair but what he did to warrant a penalty was on the exit from the corner both riders ran wide onto the curb and Zarco then moved slightly to the left raising his elbow slightly and caused Terol to run onto the grass.It was that which was classed as an illegal move.If he hadn't moved to the left forcing Terol off of the track there wouldn't have been a problem.If it would have been the other way around the same penalty would have been handed out by race control.Whether you agree with that ruling or not it was plain to see that it was a dodgy move and race control dealt with it before either rider returned to the pits.Its a shame but Zarco f*cked up.


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