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May 18, 2015 4:25 AM

MotoGP » Heat melted Marquez challenge

TheTroll, as I have stated elsewhere Stone lost it a few times in the pit garage after losses on the Honda and that very much soiled the relationship not just with Honda but with also with Livio. Also MM is struggling which I think is a combination of bike and also increased competition. I have always held the view that a poor bike is not completely surmountable by talent, I think the M1s have improved and Ducati is now in the game, which means he has 4 riders to pass whereas 2014 it was pretty much him. Also did you see Iannone bike on the straights overtaking MM with ease. Having said all that if MM was the deity we all say then he should still be winning but lets be realistic things have changed and yeegads he is human!


May 06, 2015 4:37 AM

MotoGP » Rossi ‘improves a lot’ during Jerez test

Bluefresh what is interesting is that both Rossi and the Tech 3 rider had a revelation one day after the race. I think it was more that Jorge's guys cracked the secret but such is life. I really hope that Rossi remains competitive during the season it would suck to see him inexorably go backwards. However I think Lyn Jarvis will have something to say about that, he seems very pleased with Rossi's progress.


May 01, 2015 10:33 PM

MotoGP » Honda rule out Stoner comeback in 2015

Let's get real when he won it was him when he lost he used to come into the pits and get massively pissed off with his crew. He then starts the season stating he isn't retiring and then announces the same two races later. He then gets beaten fair and square by Dani on the same bike. Would you take that person back as an employee. He was a numpty to leave now he should live with that decision. I'll get creamed but he only won when the bike had a March on the competition as soon as it became a level playing field he was not in the WE hunt hence why he never defended his we.


April 14, 2015 4:11 AM

MotoGP » Marquez: It's going to be an interesting championship

PorkPie, at the end of the day it is a boring race if there is no competition. I see positives for Rossi in that this is probably the worst away track for Yamaha as it destroys their tyres and the long straights only highlight their tangible power issues compared to Honda and now Ducati. You could see Rossi pull a small gap around the back of the track only to have this removed on the straight by Dovi. Yamaha have to find something in terms of power to remove the need to rely so heavily on handling to make up the gap. As for Ducati the running out of fuel pretty much confirms that this extra fuel makes a difference and if they went back to 20 well let's just say they wouldn't be quite so amazing.

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