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squirrely

December 07, 2015 8:16 AM
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MotoGP » Fernando Alonso rides MotoGP Honda


JedPB67: I think you underestimate how hard it is to ride a bike at a national level and be competitive. Schumacher impressed riding in the IDM, a very strong national championship. He was even on the shortlist to replace Ryuichi Kiyonari at Magny Cours in the World Superbike Championship, but would eventually lose out to his IDM team mate Martin Bauer.
Thing is Equinox there are plenty of world class motorcycle racers who have made a successful move to motorcars but not the other way around. Don't know why, but that seems to be the way.

squirrely

November 28, 2015 9:28 AM

MotoGP » Redding ‘getting more confident’ with Michelin front


PunkySic: This is why i've wanted Redding on a Ducati for so many years, he knows how to ride the thing. "wheelie, what wheelie? I want more grip and more power" GASSSS The last person to ride a Ducati and ask for more from it was Casey Stoner. So let's hope Scott has a good year, gets into the factory team for 2017 and let's push for a Ducati win, or maybe even a championship. Here's hoping.
Looks like its one step closer after Friday :)


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