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mcracing

March 30, 2010 7:43 AM

WSBK » Crutchlow bounces back after ‘stupid mistake’


@ Hookem, couldn't agree more. half the time in motogp Max beat himself before anyone on a bike got close to him. he had such a fragile mind but alot of talent. one word from vale and he would go off the deep end. last year i saw the change in him and reallt started to warm to him and this year he has the same attitude. no arrogant, nor cocky, but confident and fitting to a rider of his calibre and experience. as a brit i didn't even mind that much when he took the wins away from leon (well i did mind, but better him than some).

mcracing

March 29, 2010 8:39 PM
Last Edited 1614 days ago

WSBK » Crutchlow bounces back after ‘stupid mistake’


@ mystic mug & w**kcity yeah you're proper badasses. did you break a f**king nail typing in anger. the point isn't what was said, but by who and when. you don't diss a team mate after you have made a mistake, just to save face for binning it like a muppet. you can be fast, good and humble. like i said on another thread ben spies came to WSBK humble, beat everyone and then left the series humble. not every racer has to be an arrogant git.

mcracing

March 29, 2010 8:20 PM

WSBK » Toseland pleased with results despite ‘fuzzy head’


well done JT and a really good showing. it would also appear that peoples opinion is changing aswell. i didn't hear him dishing out excuses, he made a valid point and he is riding injured so well done to him. i think he was very gracious praising his team mate, alot more than cal was about JT after race one. i have rewatched his comments on eurosport and even the pundits think that cal made a dig about JT. Cal may be talented, but he could take a leaf out of Ben Spies book. Ben Spies came into the series, humble and respectful and after beating everyone in the class he left humble and respectful. learn from him.

mcracing

March 29, 2010 7:55 PM

MotoGP » Jerez Moto2 test times - Overall


look at that strong and varied field of talented riders and well supported teams. this is the best thing Dorna has done in a while (and as usual stole from In Front). Hate to say this, but although WSBK is having it's strongest period ever (IMO) WSS must be s**tting itself. Flammini on eurosport saying that Moto2 has taken nothing away from WSS. Hodgson summed it up, 'liar'. he must be bricking it for the WSS class. Anyone read his interview in Motorcycle Racer (Apr 10), i think he is worried about the 2012 motogp switch to 1000cc. Dorna are stealing ideas (capacity/control tyre etc) and there seems to be nothing he can do about it.

mcracing

March 28, 2010 8:49 PM

WSBK » Crutchlow bounces back after ‘stupid mistake’


Yeah he made a mistake pushing it and under pressure from rea, BUT, is it my imagination or was there a little bit of sniping post race. the interviews on Eurosport had rea suggesting that all he had to do was wait for cal to press self destruct as his good mate eugene had told him all about cal and secondly in the pits cal was claiming that although he fell at at least he was fighting for5 the lead whilst his team mate (double WSBK champion) JT was 16 seconds behind. is it my imagination or are the brit riders getting a bit nasty?


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