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Lozba Paul

September 14, 2010 1:39 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo chasing home three-peat at 'amazing' Aragon


@unequal, i agree with you, this is not a true worldwide championship as it could be. Actually there aren't 3GPs in Spain, but 4! Jerez, Catalunya, Aragon and Valencia. That's mainly because Dorna is spanish and so MotoGP is a gateway for spanish riders into the championship. If there's a country that should have at least 2 rounds is Japan, because it gave us these wonderfull machines that we see racing and wining championships. Japanese pilots deserve more chances. What would MotoGP be without Honda & Yamaha?

Lozba Paul

November 17, 2009 10:47 AM

WSBK » Marinelli: Haga is more determined now


You must be crazy not to consider Haga no. 1 title contender in 2010, now that there's no Spies on the grid and considering he scored 19 podiums in his first Ducati Xerox year! Rea is very good but not mature enough, Biaggi will go wide a lot of times, Crutchlow...will be good for sure but we have to wait and see, it's his first year (testing isn't always relevant to race results, remeber Shakey?). Fabrizio is very strong too but just not often enough. If Haga learned his mistakes from 2009 and will be able to be constant again (without hiting pigeons) and set-up his Ducati in good shape for all races, he'll be a blast! And Tardozzi leaving the squad, might actually help him.

Lozba Paul

November 16, 2009 4:23 AM

WSBK » Althea announcement swells 2010 WSBK grid


You must be crazy not to consider Haga no. 1 title contender in 2010, now that there's no Spies on the grid and considering he scored 19 podiums in his first Ducati Xerox year! Rea is very good but not mature enough, Biaggi will go wide a lot of times, Crutchlow...will be good for sure but we have to wait and see, it's his first year (testing isn't always relevant to race results, remeber Shakey?). Fabrizio is very strong too but just not often enough. If Haga learned his mistakes from 2009 and will be able to be constant again (without hiting pigeons) and set-up his Ducati in good shape for all races, he'll be a blast! And Tardozzi leaving the squad, might actually help him.


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