Crash.Net User: YankeeKraut916

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YankeeKraut916

March 20, 2010 10:15 AM

WSBK » WSS: Charpentier out after one round


Has ANYONE on here even given it the slightest thought that he might have been asked to step down (fired) and given his lowly placement after the first race decided that he was fine with it and that's why he's not commenting? fan, your rantings are the typical rantings of the obese arm chair racer. You know, the rider who shoe horns himself into his leathers every Sunday and with the pot belly hanging out climbs aboard that poor 600cc "racer" and does wheelies to show off. But keep on ranting...you have every right since you have 3 WSS titles and Charpentier was never able to match your pace on the grid. :rolleyes:

YankeeKraut916

March 18, 2010 7:29 PM

WSBK » Kyalami to leave WSBK calendar


A big thanks to those pointing out the corrupt ANC f*****g things up again. Those corrupt, greedy b*****ds have destroyed everything they've touched in the once beautiful country of SA. They have enough money for WC stadiums but not enough for WSBK. Oh well...those multi million $$ stadiums will be converted into cess pool shanty townships when the WC is over. :D YK916

YankeeKraut916

March 18, 2010 7:05 PM

WSBK » WSS: Charpentier out after one round


The guy is a two time WSS champ...he has nothing to prove to anyone...not even himself. How many times do we read and b***h and about a pilot who we feel doesn't deserve his ride and that it's time for him to step down for a younger pilot? Charpentier obviously doesn't want to be that pilot or he was fired. To those of you calling him names...who really cares what you think? He has two WSS titles...what do you obese, arm chair racing nobodies have? Yeah...thought so. :D YK916

YankeeKraut916

September 06, 2009 8:32 AM

WSBK » Ben Spies: WSBK in 2010, MotoGP in 2011


Oh brother...to those of you who are moaning about Spies staying in SBK one more year, no one really gives a d**n much less Spies. Spies is in this for the money just as much as he's in it because he loves it and is good at it. You can bet that Yammy Europe is giving him an annual salary that most of us won't see in 20 years of work. Why wouldn't he not do it? Every rider who has been in both series paddocks unequivocally state that the WSBK paddock is the most laid back and friendly there is. Of course he wants one more year of that when a huge pay check, the best bike and I'm sure the promise a full factory backed M1 for 2011, comes with it. Good for him...his career, his life, his choice.

YankeeKraut916

July 27, 2009 9:45 AM

BSB » Muggeridge tests HM Plant Honda


It's pretty much a fact that riders that come with sponsorship money are going to get the rides. Look at Nieto and other riders that are like him that come with some kind of backing. Most likely these guys have some kind of backing and that's why they're getting the opportunity to test with the team. As was said in an earlier post, most of the young British talent have made it to where they are with no backing. That's fine in Superstock and Supersport but in the sbk class those who have backing are going to get the chances especially when they are just fill in riders. There are exceptions but they seem to be in the minority. It sucks, but that's just the way it is.

YankeeKraut916

July 23, 2009 1:32 AM

BSB » Hill retains Suzuki seat for Brands


Well, I'll be the first to say that Hill proved me wrong. After the dismal performance at Althea, I said that he wouldn't do anything with this ride and that he would have to hit the ground running if he wanted to salvage his name as a racer...and that's exactly what he's done. Congratulations to him and I wish him the best in what looks like the beginning of good performances again.

YankeeKraut916

July 22, 2009 11:35 PM

WSBK » Guandalini down to one bike, retains Smrz


What a forgettable year for Lavilla. First the Pro Ride team going bust and now being dropped by Guandalini due to lack of funds. It seems for some reason that none of the former BSB champs is having a good year this year. All of them are top class riders which begs the question...is it the bikes/teams they're on or is the talent/competition that much stronger in WSBK. Or is it a combination of both?


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