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samas

December 20, 2014 2:45 AM

MotoGP » MotoGP Star of the Year vote: 6th


@Nine Times. Never seen Rossi complain LMFAO He didn't insist Stoner not get a place with Yamaha. He didn't insist on a wall being built between himself and JLo. He didn't spit the dummy and get a change of tyres midway through the season, something no one else could get, just to name a few. Just like the three monkeys hear no evil see no evil and For sure say no evil against the beloved one.

samas

November 28, 2014 6:36 AM
Last Edited 22 days ago

MotoGP » Miller knocks two seconds off his Sepang best


There once was a racer who basically went from 125s to 500 two strokes, Ok he did spend some time on 250s but the 125s were likely faster. He went on to win two world championships. How I wish he was still around to give us his thoughts on this subject. Oh and by the way he done very little on the 125s and nothing on the 250s. How many have won 125 and 250 WCs and done nothing in the premier class

samas

November 12, 2014 2:36 PM
Last Edited 38 days ago

MotoGP » Valencia MotoGP test times - Wednesday (2pm)


I just can't believe Barbera is going so well. I haven't thought much of him since Simo give him a thrashing on a 20 or 30 klm slower Gilera one race in particular comes to mind where Simo started of down the straight in the lead and halfway down the straight Barbera passed him like he was stopped and even when he seemed to get good rides he rarely done much with them also he was quite dangerous. I must admit he seems to be going much better recently. Perhaps he's a late bloomer. Anyway good luck to him.

samas

November 11, 2014 10:15 AM

MotoGP » Jack Miller: It’s out of this world!


Quite right Sparky62 however you did leave out one Road racing. Haven't seen any Spanish Italians Americans at the TT North west 200 or the UGP in recent years. However I have seen a few Aussi's and Kiwi's in those races and not just recently. Aussi International road racers have been around for as long as I can remember and that my friend is a loooooooong time. Of course the morans will say they were just in it for the money LMFAO

samas

November 11, 2014 2:39 PM
Last Edited 39 days ago

MotoGP » Jack Miller: It’s out of this world!


@codger. Ever hear of Ken Kavanagh rode for Guzzi in the 50s Keith Campbell also in the 50s Jack Ahearn, Jack Findley, Bob Brown 50s -60s and of course Tom Phillis WC and there were many more from NZ including Hugh Anderson these are riders I remember they were all relatively successful but there were many more less successful but I guess the most successful racers per capita were the Rhodesians Ray Amm on the Norton kneeler I was so upset when he was killed I cried for a week (before your time old fella Gary Hocking and Jim Redman. If you don't believe me go check it out. I saw them all the dustbin fairings the NSUs dropping in for 2 years double WCs both years just to show the Italians who was boss. I was not very old but loved my GP racing and still do.


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