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Dray

February 08, 2011 7:06 PM

MotoGP » Furusawa reflects on eve of Yamaha, MotoGP exit


This was an interview of all interviews. It has debunked a lot of incorrect statements by fun riding bike riders that post here. This man cannot be questioned as he knows it all and what he says cannot be argued by no one other than Valentino Rossi. Thanks god that Rossi choose the correct engine and made the other 50% engineers cross over to Furusawa side, so that they were able to build a great bike in usion for 2004. Who is Jorge Lorenzo? Why did he want to change the bike? What did he develop? Long live Furusawa and Rossi. Those two will be best of friends for life as they both respect each other greatly. Thanks for setting the record straight!!!!Peace out!!!

Dray

February 08, 2011 11:58 AM
Last Edited 1331 days ago

MotoGP » Suppo: Hire the best riders, get the 'best' bike


On MCN, Casey Stoner: Rossi's potential hard to understand. "The Aussie, who was third fastest overall behind Marco Simoncelli and Dani Pedrosa, said: "I understand how bad his (Rossi) shoulder is because more or less I had the same surgery on my shoulder in 2006 before the start of the season, so I know how big the problem can be. It was the same tendon and Valentino's was worse than mine. But until he feels 100 per cent fit it is going to be difficult to understand where he is at with the bike." EDIT by CRASH.NET! Inapropriate comment removed.

Dray

February 08, 2011 3:07 AM
Last Edited 1332 days ago

MotoGP » 'Happy' Crutchlow overcomes adversity at Sepang


The 2010 M1 bike did amazing things for Zo and Rossi. Why can't we expect better things from Cal. Is it because Cal is not capable and we know. Why is it that we have not seen a flash of brilliance from him yet. After all the bike won the 2010 WC and had the most wins too. Cal is going to be a loser this year. My prediction 13th thru 17th. EDITED by CRASH.NET - Comments on nationality removed. Attempts to provoke tensions between posters of different nationalities will be considered an abuse of the forums.

Dray

February 08, 2011 3:12 AM
Last Edited 1332 days ago

MotoGP » 'Happy' Crutchlow overcomes adversity at Sepang


Reason is simple, he got to beat these riders. Factory Bikes Valentino Rossi Jorge Lorenzo Ben Spies Marco Simoncelli Andrea Dovizioso Dani Pedrosa Casey Stoner Nicky Hayden Alvaro Bautista Satellite Bikes Hiroshi Aoyama Colin Edwards Hector Barbera Randy de Puniet Cal Crutchlow Toni Elias Karel Abraham Loris Capirossi Some of these riders will crash and if Cal stay on he will gain positions that way. 13th through 17th.

Dray

February 06, 2011 7:48 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: We have a winning bike, but…


KTMKen....That will not last....not sure if that's what you could call a friendship too. Colin and Ben are friends. Jorge and Ben are respectful to each other. Same as Jorge and Valentino was in the start. The same thing that Jorge demanded from Yamaha so that he could be competitive with Rossi are going to be the same demands coming from Ben. I know and have seen how Jorge acts when he is beaten...last year was an eye-opener. Ben and Mladin hated each other gut to the core. No friendship will ever blossom with two people when both are so fiercely competitive. Courteous to each other, yes...nothing else. Once one of them let's their emotion out the bag, the sharing and niceties will stop immediately. Ben is not there to play second fiddle to anyone.

Dray

February 06, 2011 6:52 PM
Last Edited 1333 days ago

MotoGP » Lorenzo: We have a winning bike, but…


RD...it is just that the choices Rossi makes become bikes that win World Championships. Casey never had to make a choice fo his 1 WC, but when he did for the big bang he got 3 wins this year and he was a very, very healthy man. He had more than enough time to test the engine in pre-season. That's all I'm saying, when you make a choice of parts or whatever it should be a good one for the bike, unlike like most other riders that are still swapping out parts continously all year, especially Casey, who could not figure what to ride till he hopped on Nicky's choices.

Dray

February 06, 2011 6:45 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: We have a winning bike, but…


Sorry guys...if you get mad...but these are my likes or dislikes and I don't try to mask it. I do know I have had to defend Nicky quite often from the mostly Europeans for his 2006 title and Ben even more these days, because he have gotten a shellacking from quite a lot of you guys over the pond. Lately too I have had to defend Dani Pedrosa as he is a guy that I like very much. Cheers and Go Go Go Rossi ...get that bike sorted and show the world your devlopmental skills once again. Make that Ducati GP11 into a rideable bike for all riders.


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