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January 12, 2015 2:27 AM

MotoGP » EXCLUSIVE: Daryl Beattie - Q&A

To me Darryl made the right decision. Many people go to WSBK never to return, as he said he made all the effort to get there only go backwards after one season, and what gets me is the number of hangers on like Dani, whereas in 3rd after first season against Rainey and Doohan. Pity the Suzuk has problems as I think Beattie clearly matched Doohan and certainly Doohan would not have had 5 in a row with Darryl on competitive machinery. I'll get bagged but history shows that Creville was nowhere near until Mick retired. Bit like Ago only winning his first WC on the MV after Hailwood left!


November 11, 2014 3:00 AM
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MotoGP » Jack Miller: It’s out of this world!

What crap I remember an interview with Athony West in Moto 2 where he mortgaged his house so that they would take him on because he could not get sponsorship in Australia (as most races are in Europe). So to say its his passport. Even Stoner's (who most will know is not my favourite rider) family gave up everything for him to pursue racing in England then into MotoGP. If anyone could rely on their passport it would be Spaniards followed by Italians. From Gardner onwards Australian's have got there on talent and you can't say from Millers efforts this season that he is not talented. Also losing the WC by 2 points must burn but I think it is just what Miller needs coming into MotoGP.


November 11, 2014 2:49 AM

MotoGP » Crutchlow enjoys ‘aggressive’ Honda debut

I have said previously the exact same thing he has it all in front of him the bike the experience now etc so if he doesn't set the world on fire on the factory RCV sorry mate give it up. Having said that I think his words are interesting in relation to the Honda v Yam/Ducati. I have always said that since they did the major revision 2010/11 the Honda now matches Yam in handling but most importantly and you can see in Marquez v Rossi and that is in braking. I so hope that Yam make up some ground so that we can see what Marquez can do with a level playing field, as while alot of it is him alot is the bike also. And before you say what about Dani sorry great rider but not WC material, had his chances and yes alot of bad luck, but as Lee Trevino said "the harder I work the luckier I get".


October 28, 2014 2:41 AM

MotoGP » Marquez beats Rossi at Sepang - VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS

Also Dani became a spent force the day MM turned up in the garages a combination of being cursed and mercurial in performance mean he is nowhere and I would definitely put Rossi ahead of Dani, If Rossi gets placed as #1 in Team Yam next year (i.e. first dibs on the best parts) and JLos tendency to have a sook could see JLo go backwards next year particularly if Rossi takes no 2 this season. Then that leaves the tussle in 2015 between MM and Rossi.


October 28, 2014 2:37 AM

MotoGP » Marquez beats Rossi at Sepang - VIDEO HIGHLIGHTS

SkyWilt, You can say that JLo had a bad start and has had wins in the back of the season but equally Rossi has finished ahead of JLo in the last two races and despite JLos excuses has won fair and square. With a clean slate for 2015 in terms of bike design and Yam extracting the digit in terms of preparing a bike the equal of the Honda based on present form it is not beyond the bounds of possibility that Rossi could take a title. We have seen that he is capable when the Yam is a close match to the Honda that Rossi can apply enough pressure to upset MM. Even Sepang he was all over MM in many places but either got nailed down the straight meaning more pressure on his tyres around the back fo the track than MMs. Also I think MM may not be the guaranteed winner if placed under pressure from the get go.


October 27, 2014 2:46 AM

MotoGP » 'One Euro' wire cost Crutchlow chance of fourth

It is partly Cal's issue but to be fair the Ducati is crap and stuffs up often irrespective of the rider. Equally, people were bagging Rossi but really have they made anymore progress since he left or even since 2007 as the stars aligned and while Stoner had a better skill set for that particular bike it was pretty clear that a combination of tyres etc meant that in 2007 it was the bike to be on but by 2008 his wins dropped by 40% and on it goes.

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