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damocosmo

February 23, 2009 9:17 AM

MotoGP » ten Kate 'strongly believes in Toseland'.


Listen to the JT fans making excuses already, what faith you have in your boy. Not the same bike? Is it not a 2009 Yamaha M1? Read Edwards recent '990' comments where he gushes about the M1's new engine - Tech 3 aren't just using last years bike they are using an up spec 2009 M1. The factory M1 may have slight differences but the Tech 3 bikes are evolved versions of the bike that got on the podium every round last year. This year its podiums or find another team for James, after all CV got on the podium in his rookie year, and then 4 podiums and a win the next year - on a Suzuki.

damocosmo

February 22, 2009 12:12 PM
Last Edited 1985 days ago

MotoGP » Canepa gives Ducati, Desmosedici insight


Baja you really are proving yourself to be another know-nothing muppet. The bikes Casey rode in 125 and 250 won races BECAUSE Casey was riding them. He was the only one to win on the brand new KTM and got 10 podiums with 5 wins in his first year on the factory RS250, second overall - the same as Rossi. Casey then moved straight up to GP and won it in his second year - same as Rossi. Stoner wasn't born with a factory silver spoon like Rossi either. Funny how some people are surprised an ex-dirt tracker can drift. MD Zane here's a pic of Casey sliding it through a left hander (replace spaces with plus signs) ww.motogp.com/en/photos/2008/Casey Stoner at Lukey Heights

damocosmo

February 20, 2009 2:32 PM
Last Edited 1987 days ago

MotoGP » Canepa gives Ducati, Desmosedici insight


Bruce Did you catually read what Canepa said, the guy who is riding the GP9 for a living. He said Casey IS on the the throttle sooner, but that he acheives it with control and skill - the hallmarks of every great rider. Are you saying you think you know better than a GP rider on the same bike? Twoddle Are you also saying Canepa is wrong? LOL. Actually other riders of the GP9 have said similiar things, most notably Capirossi and Guintoli. Even Gibernau has said he's trying to use electronics less on the GP9 in order to go faster. And its hardly surprising some former Duc riders try to protect their reputation having just been demolished by stoner on the same bike.


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