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September 02, 2013 3:42 PM

MotoGP » British Moto2: Great Scott gives champion's ride, Espargaro struggles

Got to agree Garcia, i am quick to give plaudits (rightly so) to Scott but Nakagami was excellent, a couple of brilliant passes but overall he is looking like the next big thing for Japan. I hope he is as i want the Japanese to have a decent rider to support as well as us Brit's having Scott. I am a fan of Japan and i have enough Nori merchandise to fill a shop :)


September 02, 2013 11:03 AM

WSBK » Rea breaks femur, says lack of flags ‘unbelievable’

I saw the green flag waving (they showed it on Eurosport) just as Johnny Rea came flying off into the gravel. The marshall then dropped the green and put up a yellow. Given that the Kwak had already laid the oil down just before i think it was a pretty disgusting performance by the marshall there. Should already have been a red flag at the point of the Kwak chucking it's load on the tarmac. And the fact that this corners had hay bales protecting a tyre wall was another big balls up....air fencing should have been in place. Anyone see the guy of the scaffold doing the camera work as Leon's bikes came flying through the air? He didn't even flinch..guy has big cajones :)


September 02, 2013 10:14 AM

MotoGP » British Moto2, Silverstone - Race Results

What a ride, proud as hell watching that race, he was brilliant. Don't worry about what he is riding next year, he is only 20 and he'll show enough to get a decent bike the following year without the pressure of a factory bike. Whilst Marquez may not have won at that age i don't think it is fair to point the finger at him. After seeing how he did yesterday and seeing how he has done since arriving in GP's i don't think anyone can argue that he is a bit special. I believe Scott is pretty damn special too and he'll show them good and proper. And who was it saying it was all over and Pol would take Scott for the title? Well after yesterdays showing i think Scott has shown everyone that he's the one in the driving seat, lot's of work for Pol to do. Go #45!!


August 30, 2013 12:40 PM

MotoGP » Redding officially confirmed at Gresini Honda

I have already seen that the deal is for one year on the proddy followed by a full factory prototype the year after. Scott is happy as it gives him a year to learn. Crutchlow did not have a good first year and it remians to be seen if Pol will either although the 1000's are easier to get a lap time out of than the 800's were. To me as already stated , this is a really positive move. Looking forward to next year already although i don't think he will be competitive with Pol next year, the Tech3 bike should be far superior so i will be rating Scott based on the bikes of a similar capability. Massive Scott fan and full of belief in him Go #45!!

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