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ZeR0 Kun

November 15, 2011 12:43 PM

MotoGP » Loris Capirossi becomes MotoGP safety adviser

rather than having the number 65 retired, it would be better to give him the key to the number instead. that is, he will decide or approve who will use the number in motogp. the likes of Johnny Rea and Stefan Bradl will have to earn that right from him. a great racing number should be inherited (by the right racer), not retired. that would be a better sign of respect.

ZeR0 Kun

November 09, 2011 2:30 PM
Last Edited 1429 days ago

WSS » Kenan Sofuoglu back to WSS with Kawasaki

his first two races last year was nothing short of a phenomenon, and by that alone many here predict he will challenge for moto2 title this year. yet, where he finish now? honestly, Superglue has the racecraft but he doesn't have the mental strength to emerge out of the crowds in moto2. he simply cannot contend scrapping for points in every race and not challenging for race wins like his old days in WSS. unfortunately this is moto2 - you might be winning the race last week, but this week you are just another midfield runner. "Experience in Moto2 was important, but for me it is essential to fight for the title" well, he rather be a big fish in a small pond, it seems.

ZeR0 Kun

October 17, 2011 3:54 PM
Last Edited 1452 days ago

WSBK » Davies set for WSBK with ParkinGO Ducati

@Tarzaan Ten Kate has so little factory support from Honda, and in fact a bulk of the development workis done by themselves. HRC only provide spares and basic tuning kit for them to work with, the rest (including electronics and suspension) is done independently from Honda. as for Alstare, indeed they have huge backing from Suzuki during their winning days. but they still can remain competitive even though Suzuki minimise their support (as shown by Haslam last year). given that, why ParkinGO can't follow the same path?

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