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August 12, 2011 1:19 PM
Last Edited 1639 days ago

MotoGP » Stoner to be a father, softens Motegi stance

I believe Casey and his wife were childhood sweethearts that met at school (making them more or less the same age )? Either way some people on here just post comments to rile the minds of others.This sh1t is school playground stuff,why not leave it there.As regard to Stoner's decisions about going to Japan or not,why not just admire the guys stance about a situation nobody has full control over yet.This isn't a normal situation.The country was torn to shreds by a huge natural disaster from which they are still suffering huge aftershocks with 2 more happening last week and a nuclear plant STILL leaking radioactive waste into the surrounding sea,is it therefore so silly to put off a race for one year in order to take full control of the situation rather than rush into the unknown so soon after such a huge earthquake ? I hope the race goes ahead and the situation becomes stable very soon, but i still say it should be put off for 1 year to fully understand the situation without arguments.


August 08, 2011 8:50 AM

MotoGP » Versatile Hopkins ‘much better prepared’ for Brno

I'm a friend of Freddie Spencer on facebook and it came through as a status headline on Saturday i think.Apparently Gary had a heart attack sometime late last week and died due to complications not long after aged 70.Very sad news.I could'nt find anything about that on any motorcycle thread anywhere so googled it to find out more info and that was how it confirmed the news.


July 27, 2011 6:17 PM

MotoGP » Radiation report gives Japanese MotoGP green light

When Sheene and Roberts tried to set up the World Series in the late 70s along with most of the other top riders of the era it was because the governing body treated the riders like second rate citizens.They took the bulk of the attendance fee and paid the riders very little in the way of start money or prize money and safety improvements were non existent.The series didn't happen for several reasons but the FIM responded to the threat by improving safety and giving better prize money for the riders.Since those days all of the riders in Moto GP are all wealthy and track safety is safer than it's ever been.I'm pretty sure if this issue in Japan happened in Roberts era he'd be first to raise concern about going.


July 26, 2011 4:00 PM
Last Edited 1656 days ago

MotoGP » Radiation report gives Japanese MotoGP green light

Like i said before,putting this race off for one year makes more sense than allowing it to go ahead when the situation is still unstable.It will save pointless arguments between teams,riders and organisers which could have a detrimental effect on the championship.The majority of the riders signed a petition at the Italian GP not to attend the Japanese GP,teams and organisers should respect the wishes of all the riders that put this show on if thats the case but the riders have to stick together on that.


July 25, 2011 8:20 PM
Last Edited 1657 days ago

MotoGP » Radiation report gives Japanese MotoGP green light

The situation RIGHT NOW is what this is all about.For sure you won't change that,the same thing could happen in California tomorrow,next week or 50 yrs from now.The fact is Japan suffered a major, major earthquake several months ago and they are still suffering aftershocks from that one big one and probably will for the next few months.They haven't had a big earthquake like that for years,( 1,200 years to be exact )and possibly wont for years to come after this one.This was the 5th largest earthquake since 1900.Wht i'm saying is if it's cancelled this year by next year the aftershocks would probably be all but gone,or a hell of a lot smaller.

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