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BenSugden

July 19, 2012 5:23 PM

MotoGP » POLL: Who should get the second Factory Yamaha?


@Guarav Definitely!! Its the look on his face. It says to me "Best make the most of this cos it ain't gonna last much longer" Lets face it, the guy can read what is being said in the media and on sites such as this one. He probably feels about an inch tall. I hope he gets a decent ride next season if he isnt on the Factory bike. Buy he does need to start dominating again like he did on the factory superbike

BenSugden

July 18, 2012 12:51 PM

MotoGP » POLL: Who should get the second Factory Yamaha?


Cal & Dovi have both proven themselves fast enough to take on the Factory Yam. But rememebr that Dovi has been in MotoGP for some years now, wheras Cal is in his second year. Dovi had a chance at Repsol and blew it so shuld stay at Tech3 for another year with Bradley Smith. Rossi still has some work to do on the Ducati. I think he can pull that round still. Hayden should stay at Ducati for the same reason. Noone else has proven good enough so far this season. So my vote goes to Cal.

BenSugden

July 09, 2012 1:18 PM

MotoGP » Mistake costs Crutchlow potential first podium


All you people saying that British fans are bigging Cal up too much and are biased. What about the Americans and Ben Spies. He won the WSBK championship by a country mile. Cal came 2nd in WSBK, and is doing a hell of a lot better than him in MotoGP, certainly on the Tech3 bike. Let's see how much better than Spies he is by putting him on the Factory Yamaha. Interesting results will be found i reckon!


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