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February 04, 2016 2:32 AM

MotoGP » Marquez 'far from where we need to be'

yzrm10: Absolutely loving life watching the mighty steamroller,moneybags Hondas and their golden boy being shamed by Yamaha.Shame for Dani though,the only one with the balls to try n pass Lorenzo last year.
How exactly is he being shamed? Yes so far Honda are having problems, but how does that shame him. You're pathetic! And how big are your balls? Very small I suspect. Plus you need to get your facts correct. Pedrosa didn't attempt a pass on Lorenzo last year.
Yzrm10 is spot on with his post. What race were you watching when Pedrosa passed MM. Who do you think was next on the list if MM didn't interfere? MM followed JL for the whole race, so DP had the balls to have a go. Read his post, he said try to pass. I to am loving Honda struggle, and feel for Dani though.


February 06, 2016 4:09 AM

MotoGP » MotoGP makes changes to Race Direction

Sete: Having Caparossi involved in any decision regarding rider penalties is rediculous. This is the guy that in the last race had his fellow italian riders interfere with Hans Span and slow him down so Caparossi could steal the 1990 125cc championship. Then in 1998 in the last 250 race he purposly rammed Harada knocking him off in order to steal the 250cc crown. This was truly shocking and he should have been black flagged. Harada was the true champion.
Spot on Sete, could not agree more. Like leaving a fox in charge of the hen house. Most people have forgotten (or do not know), but to me it is still one of the most disgracefull racing incidents (1998) I have ever witnessed. And the punishment was laughable to say the least.


February 03, 2016 11:25 PM

MotoGP » Casey Stoner: Ducati’s fastest engineer

Codger: The GP15 was good enough for 2nds and 3rds when Marc, Rossi and Jorge were there last season so it is no real surprise to see it at top 5 in the test. Obviously Casey did amazingly well to be the one to put it there but fairs fair, Dovi and Andrea were going through a testing program for the GP16.
Precisely, and not taking anything away from Stoner, but he did have a whole day on Saturday, with the track to himself, to get into some sort of a grove with the bike and tyres.


February 03, 2016 10:26 PM

MotoGP » Sepang MotoGP test times - Wednesday (Final)

shakennstirred: at the end of the day, testing times mean little come race day. we don't know what engine maps or amount of fuel used. come race day when you cant run with the best map for power and have a full tank, plus you have to make the tyre last the whole race, will be better indicator . this it just bragging rights of being fastest in the test nothing more


February 01, 2016 11:16 AM

MotoGP » Sepang MotoGP test times - Monday (Final)

samas: Ah how times have changed no more Stoner the moaner at last getting the respect he deserves something the true GP fans always had.
Where on the times, or on this page does it even mention Stoner? And let me remind you respect has to be earned. It's not dished out just because you win. Going to be along year for you samas, as he only has a few token rides. And just so you don't get to excited, Stoner said he has no interest in returning, while Rossi is racing. Happy days.


February 01, 2016 8:45 AM

MotoGP » Stoner: 2016 MotoGP electronics ‘still very advanced’

Motojunky: 1ST day back on the Duke and already opinionated on what should be done with the ECU's.
After two world titles on two different manufacturers bikes, I think he's more qualified than anyone else to give his opinion, after all, that's why he gets paid to test motogp bikes and we don't. :)
Would not normally respond but if that's the road you want to take your wrong. A guy with 7 Moto GP titles, on 2 different manufacturers, trumps that, and makes him more qualified, does it not?

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