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July 01, 2015 7:41 AM

MotoGP » Pedrosa: It was a day to forget

Guna4699: Every time when Dani fails, it looks sad that people actually come here to convince others about Dani having the skills and talent to comeback strong next season. This happens every season.
It does happen every season, and the one year he had an injury free year he just lost out on the title, showing his true mettle. Additionally, to say Pedrosa doesn't have the skill for MotoGP, there's 27 pole positions, 41 fastest laps, 26 wins and a further 69 podiums (95 podiums in total) from 156 starts that do a pretty good job of arguing your case.


July 07, 2015 1:44 PM

MotoGP » Marquez unbeaten at Sachsenring since 2009

Trist26: Marquez will likely win it. But that's not what I'm concerned about. I'm more interested in how Rossi will keep Lorenzo behind him. None of those two have the best history with the track (none have won to my knowledge)
Rossi has 6 German GP victories, 5 at Sachsenring, 4 in premier class: 2002, 2005, 2006 & 2009. Lorenzo has 0 career victories in Germany.


July 15, 2015 6:49 AM
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F1 » Verstappen: Toro Rosso best handling car after Mercedes

DennisKwok: Don't be silly. That's like buying the second most expensive watch in the world and then saying it's the 11th most expensive, as they made 10 examples of the most expensive. The article clearly says, "Max Verstappen believes Toro Rosso has potentially the second-best chassis behind Mercedes".
Key words BEHIND MERCEDES. Therefore the 3rd and 4th best handling cars on the grid BEHIND the Mercedes. It's quite a simple statement to grasp...for most.


July 14, 2015 6:42 AM

MotoGP » Bradley Smith ‘shows another dimension’

I know Pol is struggling in 2015, but people seem to be quick to forget how impressive his first season was. I remember Julian Ryder and Toby Moddy discussing it at Laguna a few years ago saying that it's quite common for a GP newcomer to struggle in their second season: Crutchlow, Smith, both Espargaros have and did, Kallio, etc. but they usually regain their momentum in the third year.


July 02, 2015 7:21 AM

MotoGP » Barbera: I don't know what Miller was thinking

realfan: He's doing better than the current moto3 champ is in moto2, Alex Marquez is in possibly the best team on one of the best bikes but is in 15th place in the championship, if you take the factory teams and satellite bikes out of the equation Miller is doing quite well. Some riders adapt to certain bikes and others don't , nobody except Miller knows if he made the correct decision.
At this point A.Marquez is doing exactly the same thing he did when he went to Moto3, if the pattern continues he'll be winning by the end of next season.

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