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March 25, 2015 7:19 AM
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WSBK » Baiocco breaks through to lead Ducati challenge

katdimis: I cannot understand why a firm like Ducati relies on 2 so bad drivers, like Davies and Juliano. The only think they do good is crash....
Chaz Davies: World Supersport champion, Daytona 200 winner, ridden 250cc GP, MotoGP, Supersport and Superbike, proven race winner in the series. Davide Giugliano: European STK1000 Champion, super fast, strong top 6 finisher since the start of 2013, if he can reduce the crashing he has great championship potential. Matteo Baiocco: Before this season his best finish was 2 10th places, one in 2009, the other in 2012. Not the kind of thing that impresses a factory squad from 57 races.


March 26, 2015 9:26 AM

MotoGP » Jorge Lorenzo - Q&A

Yearby23: PaleBlue Photo really backs up the 'sulking Lorenzo' point.... Just because he isn't as flamboyant as Marc and Vale...and even when he did celebrate his victories everyone complained anyway so he can't win if he's quiet or not.
I miss the old Lorenzo celebrations. The lake jump at Jerez, the space walk through the gravel trap, the fence climb at Indy, sitting eating pop corn at Le Mans, even the Lorenzo's Land flag planting which was a recurring celebration, but my favourite was the clones he had of himself at Assen and Catalunya back in '07 when he was riding the Fortuna Aprilia in 250's!


March 24, 2015 6:55 AM

MotoGP » MotoGP: 'Never go back to 800cc'

Joeski: explain to me how does someone luck into a MotoGP title?...PLEASE!!!
I understand what he means, but "luck" and "fluke" are the certainly the wrong words to use. Perhaps "fortune fell in favour of Hayden" suits the situation better. Rossi and Yamaha had a terrible year and Capirex had that huuuuge Catalan crash with half the field involved. All things being equal the two Italians *should* have run away with a championship battle...but it didn't happen like that, what happened, happened. With all the events of 2006 Hayden ended the season with the most points and therefore the championship, no one can ever take that away from him.


March 23, 2015 6:47 AM

WSBK » Downbeat Sykes admits to Kawasaki struggles

Bolts83: I feel sorry for Tom because he almost could have been 3 x World Champ, which equals Bayliss and one off Foggy, pretty impressive! If only that damp day at Monza in 2012 the Tyres had managed more than 5 laps before ripping apart and Tom could have scored the full 50 points and not the 12.5 he did get, then loose the Championship by half a point to Biaggi.
When talking if's and but's it is all relative, Sykes could have been a triple world champion, but Bayliss could be a six time world champion.

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