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November 04, 2010 12:13 PM

WSBK » Kawasaki continues its march to the front

Good luck to TS for next year. I really think he will be up there at the pointy end. However, don't forget to thank Birdy for putting his neck on the block and insisting that Tom was part of the three man team. Personally, I think Grinner will stick it up his team mates which will vindicate PB's actions and prove Kawasaki's primary and secondary choice of riders was ill conceived.


October 29, 2010 2:20 PM

WSBK » James Toseland confirmed at BMW Italia

As always, some excellent posts and some drivel. Let's face facts and say that there are a good number of potential championship winners let alone race winners. It will be v interesting to see who wins out between Badovini and JT but for sure the result will not be as clear cut as some of you would make out. Rea is a good rider and should be in MotoGP (IMO) but you are right, he isn't as consistent as he should be. Finally, I think Haslam will surprise quite a few of you as will Crutchlow in MotoGP. Good afternoon.


October 03, 2010 9:42 PM

MotoGP » Rossi: A great battle, proper racing

I can't believe some of the comments made on this and other threads complaining about the 'rough stuff'. If it had not been for the VR /JL scrap the race would have been like so many others this year..processional and boring. JL...I think you deserve the championship this year but don't spoil it by complaining when someone actually makes a race of it. VR's moves were tough but fair.


October 01, 2010 4:37 PM

MotoGP » 'Throttle problem' caused Pedrosa crash

@ Marc What's left? The last round of BSB at Oulton Park which I suspect is the best National series going. GWS Dani - real shame. JL - I think you actually deserve the championship this year so congrats. Shame it had to end like this though. However, thinking about it, the whole MGP series this year has been somewhat of a damp squib. Dorna really has to wake up and smell the coffee - I'm afraid that Rossi going to Ducati is only a band-aid, temporary solution to something that is much more deep rooted regarding interest and excitement. If we are not careful we won't have a MGP series to complain about.


September 06, 2010 5:08 PM

MotoGP » Moto2: Scott Redding escapes serious injury

First and foremost, sincere condolences to friends and family of Shoya Tomizawa. No true fan of MotoGP or any other mc sport wants to see crashes, let alone serious injury or fatality. are perfectly entitled to your opinion, that is the reason for these types of forums. I happen to think you are wrong and I will go further to say that Moto2 is working well. Leave the entry qualifications as they are including the grid size and age/experience requirements. Every participant is fully aware of the dangers involved and enters voluntarily. That is motorsport. Love it or leave it.

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