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October 29, 2014 7:12 AM
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MotoGP » Moto3: Estrella protest against Miller, Kent rejected I'd love to know if all the people here who call for "clean racing" race themselves.... all I see is Little Marquez being a major crybaby... dude was terrible at sepang. and on the best package. get it through your non racing, non riding heads... this is racing, not time trial.
I race and I race at a national level. I can tell you that was not a clean race on Miller's part. As for A.Marquez being a "major crybaby" he has sufficient ground to say that Miller rode over aggressively and showed a extremely large degree of unsportsmanship. You call him terrible but every time he was forced wide it took him a lap to get back to the front. If anything A.Marquez rode the best race out of the top 5.


October 29, 2014 12:13 PM

MotoGP » Rossi: Mistake to leave Yamaha over No.1 status

zippychips: 76: what about ben spies ?? He just was not consistently fast enough .... and MOTOGP ate him up and spat him out. Same happened to James Toseland these guys just didnt know when to admit it and go back to winning in WSBK! no shame in that!
Spies was by far the most impressive WSB rider to make the transfer to MotoGP. That's not a dig against Crutchlow either. He's certainly a lot better than Toseland, again not a dig.


October 30, 2014 7:21 AM

MotoGP » Moto3: Estrella protest against Miller, Kent rejected rules are clear the one overtaking is the one who has to watch it, not the other way around. if you try to pass and the other guy is already there you are supposed to pull up not the other way around, that's why I don't buy your racing.
So your saying that the overtaking rider (Miller) is the one who has to watch it? So you're arguing against the very point you're trying to make? Clever! If you don't believe me then give me your address and I'll send you a ticket for the 1st BSB round at Donington next year.


October 28, 2014 12:52 PM

WSBK » Crutchlow on WSBK troubles, BSB strengths

BSB isn't actually that great, I've spent weekend in weekend out in the paddock for the last 2 years and Higgs has done a superb effort in making it look a lot better than it is. It needs a new burst of life with young talent coming into the series instead of the same old recycled riders ruling the way season after season. The average age of a BSB rider today is just over 31 years old!


October 28, 2014 12:57 PM

WSBK » Crutchlow on WSBK troubles, BSB strengths

CliffEdge: WSB and Superstock are now so close in specification, the separation is very contrived. So in effect there are 3 1000cc races and 2 600cc races. A typical BSB raceday has a wide range of classes from 125/250, through one-make races, superstock, supersport & superbikes with minimal gaps between the races.
You just contradicted yourself. By your own argument BSB only has one more race than WSB in the Motostar class. 3 1000cc races and 2 600cc races plus Motostar. But then WSB has Euro Junior Cup so if anything the only thing BSB has to offer of any difference to a WSB schedule is the sidecars.


October 27, 2014 12:50 PM

RR » Dunlop confirms roads exit from BMW Motorrad

500goldstar: verry disrepectfull of bigphilsp12machine failure has cost martin a win in the seinior tt in the past also the nw 200 it will be a sad day when he retires
I disagree with @bigphilsp12 comments about Martin's nationality and the use of the term "incoherent idiot", however I've raced alongside one of Guy's family and they said themselves that he is "out there on his own" There's always a lot of if's and but's at the TT due to technical issues, but as it stands M.Dunlop has 11 wins and Martin has none.

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