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Motojunky

July 22, 2015 9:37 PM

MotoGP » MotoGP 2015 v 2014: First half comparison


This time last year I was singing the praises of MM, and how lucky we are to be witnessing a talent like him. That was when everything was going his way. My opinion of him has not changed in regard to his talent, however this year we are witnessing his riding style when under the pump, and it has showed that he still has a lot to learn. Very lucky that his aggressive riding this season (as shown in previous categories he raced in) has not resulted in him taking down other riders along with himself. What has also surfaced is the fact that he does not openly admit when it is his error, but I believe that is because of the people around him, more than him. Anyway the 2nd half we should be seeing even more great racing. Go Moto GP.

Motojunky

July 17, 2015 4:55 AM

MotoGP » Marquez ‘finds something’, makes 2016 Honda debut


Realist: Unless there's an epic failure on the part of both Yamaha riders, Marquez won't retain the title this year.
Wow. Not like you to make a prediction this early, and like you said in your previous post, will be very interesting seeing how it pans out. Just hope and prey DNF's don't decide it from here on in. Although having said that it's because of that MM is so far behind.

Motojunky

July 15, 2015 12:06 PM

MotoGP » Alex Marquez: Moto2 is a tough category


bikenut:
Motojunky: So at the end of the day, who made the better move ? Alex to Moto 2, or Miller to Moto GP. Remains to be seen, but for me the Alex will benefit more.
If the objective is to succeed in MotoGP I think you would have to say Miller, he is already finishing in front of world champion Hayden on identical bikes, if Alex takes 3 years to prevail in moto2, then another three years in MotoGP.........
Yeah good response, only time (hopefully not to many years) will tell.


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