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November 09, 2013 4:26 PM

MotoGP » Burgess: I've enjoyed every minute of it

You must live in the present time, you can't live from old glory. Why would Yamaha ask VR to get rid of JB. They have an insight that we don't. They have certainly pinpointed the problem and asked VR to get this done as JB is a part of his team. Whenever the big money plays, there is no room for sentimentality and old glory, the result on Sunday is only what matters.


November 07, 2013 7:36 PM

MotoGP » Valentino Rossi to split from crew chief Jerry Burgess

There is a reason why people go to retirement in everyday life and in gp also. After some point in life you lose your enthusiasm, mental sharpness, and ability to learn. I'm not surprised wit this decision, times are changed with all the electronics on board and I don't know how much is JB willing to learn all the new stuff and is probably sick and tired of all this lifestyle. And there are 2 years with Ducati on top of all...


September 01, 2013 10:27 PM

MotoGP » Early Pedrosa exertions 'prevented final challenge'

So now we have a conspiracy theory... Probably someone will know better and will enlighten me but it is not first time that DP catch teammate(CS or MM) at blistering pace and get pit board with some instruction (now it was T and before something like G4 or whatever). As far as I remember that instruction always slowed him down. I know DP is not much of a fighter but he had more than half a second faster pace until he catch them and then he did not show a wheel to MM. Come on, tires don't degrade instantly, you can not be faster seven tenths a lap and after one corner you struggling just to keep up with them.

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