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Shrieker

November 11, 2012 5:18 PM

MotoGP » Final 2012 MotoGP World Championship standings


Pedrosa is 18 points down, but the assumption that 20 points in PI would've given him the title here is an illusion. Jorge would've ridden a lot more careful today if the title was on the line. But what would've happened then is another matter. We'll never know. IMHO both riders would've made more than worthy champions this season. Lorenzo finished 16 out of 18 races, either in first or 2nd. That's outstanding. Pedrosa on the other hand scored 7 wins with awesome displays in all of them and dominated the second half of the season.

Shrieker

October 22, 2012 12:34 AM

MotoGP » Lucky escape for Lorenzo


It was an epic moment for the championship when he crashed, and an epic feat when he saved it a milisecond later. That deserves nothing but +props in my books. You can put together all the talent the armchair experts of the world could offer, and still you won't come remotely close to that. MASSIVE respect.

Shrieker

October 14, 2012 9:09 PM
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BSB » Shane Byrne wraps up 2012 BSB title


Well he didn't exactly need to push that hard last race did he. Good on him though, well deserved win and title. Would've been a shame though if he'd thrown it into the scenery, especially when he didn't need to ride like his life depended on it. Kawasaki has really blossomed this year. World Supersport +BSB titles, and a very very near miss in WSBK. I bet the chaps at team green (and the fans too!) are happy :)

Shrieker

October 07, 2012 3:46 PM

WSBK » Biaggi wins 2012 WSBK title by 0.5 points!


I think Sykes was the best rider this season. Before this season Kawasaki had neither title winning pace nor consistency. Sykes literally took them up a notch. There were many factors outside Tom's control that prevented him from winning. The half point situation in Monza, and then Ayrton Badovini wiping him out at Aragon, and then the engine failure at Portimao, and finally, the rain today. If one of the four had not occured, Sykes would've won. On the other hand, if you look at Biaggi and Melandri's woes, they were self inflicted most of the time, if not all the time. Congrats to Biaggi though, not many 41 y/o's can ride a bike like that. But for me, the best rider this year was Tom Sykes hands down...


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