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September 20, 2010 11:13 PM

MotoGP » 'Backyard move' hands Hayden last lap third

Whatever you call it, it was perfectly timed, perfectly executed and it paid off. I also believe it was a bit pretentious of Jorge to assume that Hayden benefitted from his pace. Seems to me that they were running the same pace. When he spoke of leaving a bit of room that 'allowed' Hayden to get on the inside for the sake of not crashing - BULLSH1T! Hayden beat him there and managed not to run it wide in the process. Yeah, he got his feeling hurt that his podium run is over...BFD! Finishing no worse than fourth in thirteen races is pretty damn good, Jorge! Get over yourself.


September 04, 2010 6:18 PM

WSBK » Nurburgring - Superpole qualifying times [amended]

Basically 3/10 over the top eight - THAT is good stuff! If only motogp could boast that. Poor James. Ten freakin seconds? That is bullsh1t, IMO. I could see a minute, or something, but ten seconds? Seems that going to Germany always has some baggage when it come to track officiation - be it lack of oil flags or blue flags, Deutschland leads the way in sh1tty track/race management. Love the track though. Should be a stellar race.


August 29, 2010 4:38 AM

MotoGP » Nicky Hayden at Ducati for next two years

@ Bob Buttmaster and Ozark Mountain D1ckhead Bob, we've heard some ignorant sh1t from you before and you haven't let us down. Thanks alot, a-hole. Sounds like you've been hanging out with kenlucky. OMD, what can I say, man? You sound distinctly like kenlucky. Which is to say, really really really stupid. I'd have to say...BUSTED! You lame-a$$ ball of neurotic psychoses.


August 15, 2010 5:17 AM

MotoGP » Ben Spies the star of Brno qualifying

Well said, H8R. I believe we've yet to see him hit his stride. I have no doubt he will. The only question is what will the excuse-makers come up with? I don't believe that anyone needs to crash for him to take a podium - or a win. For whatever reason, he goes well at Brno. And although it may be a big ask to win at this point, Brno would be as good a chance for him as anywhere else. That was a solid qualifying effort - and if there is one thing he and Houseworth have always had in mind, it's to make a bike work race-distance. And yes I know, they all try, but whether in AMA or WSBK, there were plenty of times where he put in his fastest laps at the end of a race.


July 20, 2010 4:40 AM

MotoGP » Roger Hayden to replace de Puniet

Man, the A$$holes come out of the woodwork whenever the name Hayden is mentioned. It's an obvious choice, maybe not the best, but a decent one nonetheless. For those who choose not to remember LS '07, he finished less than half a lap down on Stoner - who ran the f*ck away with it and was ten seconds clear of Vermeulin in second. Which means he did a pretty damn good job. Now, he could totally flop on this one, I grant you. But it is Laguna we're talking here. As far as all the stupid comparisons about replacements -what's he done to deserve it and Cal didn't get Rossi's ride and on and on. I'd like to see where Cal would be if he were flying Pedercini leathers this year.

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