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June 16, 2015 3:09 PM

RR » TT 2015: Battered Dunlop second fastest in history

@v46r. Well well well what have we got here an expert on the TT no no no the best EVER TT. The first to break the ton Bob MacIntyre approx 31 MPH less but that was 58 years ago on a bike 500cc less I won't go into the many other advantages. 9 or 10 years later Mike Hailwood smashed that by about 7 MPH on a 250 or bored out 250cc, so 48/49 years ago Mike the bike was within 22MPH if todays IYO the best ever TT less than half if 1 MPH per year on bikes with twice or even 4 times the ccs. Perhaps if your idol Rossi could come over and show Micky D how it's done LMFAO


June 15, 2015 6:43 AM
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MotoGP » Moto2 Catalunya - Race Results

@Nye. Marquez who won Moto3 last year getting hammered by Rins who was 3rd in Moto3 last year plus he's on one of the best bikes, and Miller who was laughed at for bypassing Moto2 is doing better even when he's binned it he's been doing well, now IMHO he will show that the powers that be have not been as stupid as a lot of posters in crash net seemed to believe.


June 15, 2015 7:16 AM

MotoGP » Casey Stoner rides RCV road bike

No one seems to recall when Casey was ill throwing up in his helmet and took time off to find out what his illness was, Ducati were livid and tried to hire Marco to take over offering him much more than Casey. The following year Marco ended up being what I called the bottom half if a Ducati sandwich. To date only three riders have ever won on a Ducati and Casey won many more than the other two put together. Kinda makes a lot of fanboys mad.

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