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Twissta

May 06, 2015 4:34 PM

MotoGP » Espargaro hoping for home Suzuki boost


Even though Suzuki has history at this level, technology has changed, the learning curve for MFG. , rider at this level changed too. Prototypes are just that "PROTOTYPES" ONE OF A KIND, never before seen of tried, invented from scratch, allot of development needs to be tried and done to figure the way to go and millions if not billions of dollars, so write a check? oh u cant so, Guy's, so stop being so, critical on the team and Alex, this is the 1st. year, Be, better at supporting the team even if it isn't your favorite. I think they have done a masterful job thus far.

Twissta

May 01, 2015 6:42 PM

MotoGP » Rossi ninth after persevering with hard tyre


With age comes wisdom and experience, continued race craft and adjusting it where it is needed. One does not win 9 titles with only fast lap times, methodical steps take place when adapting your bike to different tracks, what works at other track doesn't always work at the next track, refinements or new solutions must be made on the fly. I truly believe that is what VR has done exceptionally well in the last races and races to come. There is always more behind the scenes and more tricks up ones sleeve, which is only gained through experience been there done that, that is why he is the GOAT!

Twissta

May 17, 2015 5:35 PM

MotoGP » Heat melted Marquez challenge


He and Honda have been exposed, I think, they did have the best combination these last years? now there are some improvements made by factories that have proven over the years they wont sit back without a fight and it is showing. we will see how good MM and the Honda really are this year now that they have some real competition from other teams, you dont walk on like MM, dominate and not expect this?

Twissta

May 15, 2015 6:47 AM

MotoGP » Cal Crutchlow: Braking the Honda


Realist:
PaulW54: Jorge is a class rider, he could adapt to any other bike.
Theoretically yes. Whether that is the reality we'll likely never know. Rossi couldn't adapt so well to the GP he was riding (as it went against his style), so there are no guarantees that Lorenzo could adapt to the Honda and be as comfortable either. Objectively speaking, Lorenzo can barely adapt to the out-of-line movement of his bike. The way that a Honda or Ducati moves around wouldn't bode well for him.
If yamaha deal goes south, I think with GiGi at Ducati Rossi would be great. Now that they are really making some things happen. When the Ceo of Audi tried to keep Rossi, there was no mention of personal changes. Had Rossi been informed of that i think he would have stayied and helped tune the Duc.

Twissta

May 13, 2015 7:48 PM

MotoGP » Dani Pedrosa confirms MotoGP return


Well I am glad the gladiator is back to mount his steed! I won't expect to much from him this round but for sure he will take some time to get back up to speed, while monitoring the forearm as he now will be putting the operation's success to the real test. I hope and pray all is well with the recovery and he no longer has to deal with forearm pump.

Twissta

May 05, 2015 5:52 PM

MotoGP » ‘Positive’ end to poor weekend for Redding


well I think this will be a learning year for Scott, that has humbled him in many ways. I think maturity is his first step of learning more about him and the bike. IT IS VERY,VERY, VERY DIFFERENT THAN HIS MOTO2 bike and I don't think he really took that too heart when he moved up and saw MM adapt really fast to it, he thought he would too. the difference is that MM had a complete factory team already around him who knew the bike, set up's etc...Redding and crew now are just beginning to understand the bike and it's habits and how to make the adjustments, He wants so bad to be a top contender he spoke too soon as now reality has changed his course and he is methodically step by step

Twissta

May 05, 2015 10:40 PM
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MotoGP » ‘Positive’ end to poor weekend for Redding


Realist:
Twissta: the difference is that MM had a complete factory team already around him who knew the bike, set up's etc..
The difference is that Marquez and Redding are on VERY different talent levels. Let's not sit here and act like "it's just the bike". Marquez had 2 WC's and nearly missed a 3rd due to his eye injury before even stepping foot into the premier class, only to blaze the premier class two years in a row. Aoyama is proof (as if the rational people needed any more of it) that the rider makes a huge difference. Pedrosa is constantly on the podium while Aoyama can't even crack the top 10 on the same bike. To his credit though, he does has a WC and more wins than Redding.
I totally agree with you agree on this one, However I was pointing out that his over confidence and the lack of experience he and his team has, will need to re-assessed now that reality has set in. MM is by far a great young talent but

Twissta

April 23, 2015 4:42 PM

MotoGP » Marquez: Zero intention to cause the accident


With the tactical skill, experience, seamless gear box there is one more element that Yamaha have to give the M1, more top end speed, I think this will a year that MM will be put to the test. Oh by the way again I will say out right speed doesn't always mean you will win so far VR has proven that even on tracks that the M1 is not favored. We are going to see what MM is really made of this year, was it Honda technology ahead of everyone else or the rider using it to his advantage or his skill set alone. Yamaha seems to be really catching up to the needed performance of the electronics and the above statement

Twissta

April 23, 2015 7:24 PM

MotoGP » Marquez: Zero intention to cause the accident


I think that VR has worked on MM mindset some in a subtle way, Regardless of what some say you don't win (9) titles on a fluke, it was earned! I think MM will be working out of desperation now to prove his legitimate skill as a top racer, lack of concentration will be his greatest enemy as he matures into the next level of being a champion. there are many elements that line up with being a truce champion. He will be a great champion no doubt, but is he willing to pay the price to sty there, year in and year out is the question


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