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JedPB67

July 22, 2015 10:17 AM

MotoGP » Smith: Suzuka R1 feels like MotoGP M1


exloko: fot those fuuls who disagree, they are disagree with the fact that a person did a comment years ago, i dont mind what you think about, is not my comment or my opinion, dont fear if they vote negative me to hell due to that, because is not about that
Perhaps instead of calling people idiots, you should provide source information where Spies says what you say he did.

JedPB67

July 21, 2015 12:45 PM

BSB » Kiyonari: Last-to-first grid challenge 'too risky'


KneedownMuch: So Hill wasn't rightful winner in 2011, Lowes wasn't rightful winner in 2013?
No, they weren't. The only people who would have won the season under it's old format as well as winning it under the showdown s**t are Kiyonari in 2010 and Byrne last year. 2011 should have been Shane Byrne, but it was Hill. 2012 should have been Brookes instead of Byrne. 2013, again Byrne, not Lowes.

JedPB67

July 20, 2015 8:16 AM
Last Edited 45 days ago

WSBK » Untouchable Davies doubles up Stateside


MrBojangles: DAY 1 12,436 DAY 2 18,559 DAY 3 21,709 3-DAY TOTAL: 52,704 I wonder how it compares to previous events...seems very low
Not too sure on other events but I think Donington has roughly 30 to 35,000 weekend total for the past few years. I know exact for Jerez 2014: Day 1 - 3,998 Day 2 - 8,116 Day 3 - 13,216 Total - 25,330

JedPB67

July 15, 2015 6:49 AM
Last Edited 51 days ago

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.

JedPB67

July 15, 2015 9:37 AM

MotoGP » Alex Marquez: Moto2 is a tough category


bikenut: If the objective is to succeed in MotoGP I think you would have to say Miller, he is already finishing in front of world champion Hayden on identical bikes, if Alex takes 3 years to prevail in moto2, then another three years in MotoGP.........
Redding was beating Hayden last year and was rewarded with a works bike...I think A.Marquez would rather spend 6 years learning through Moto2 and then MotoGP to be in a prime position rather than jumping in at the deep end and sinking!

JedPB67

July 15, 2015 7:05 AM

MotoGP » Alex Marquez: Moto2 is a tough category


A.Marquez did exactly the same thing when he joined Moto3, he built up and got to where he needed and wanted to be. Even when it was announced that he was moving up to Moto2 he said he had a general plan to spend 2 or 3 years in the class as to learn the bike and take the same path he did in Moto3. With the likes of M.Vinales, Rins and of course his brother moving up and grabbing a podium or win within their first 5 races it has introduced the image that if you don't achieve this then your career is doomed and you're seen as a lesser rider by the spectators.

JedPB67

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.


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