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October 26, 2013 10:51 AM

MotoGP » Nicky Hayden 'very happy but a little bitter'

“I'm very happy to be on the front row, but if I'm honest I'm a little bit bitter also because there was a time there where I was going very fast. But as the track dried out I wasn't really able to improve my lap time at the end and the others did, said Hayden. Wow. He hasn't been able to do anything in the dry on that bike for years, and now he feels "bitter" all of a sudden. Pleeeeeeeeeeeze.


October 23, 2013 3:54 AM

MotoGP » Shinji Aoki (Bridgestone) - Q&A

“We expected an increase in tyre temperatures this weekend and prepared for this, but the extreme temperatures that occurred were far beyond our expectations.” How did he prepare for this? By rejecting an offer off Phillip Island to do a test day prior to the event. Because that happened. I know we are at the bottom end of the world, but we deserve better. Anyone remember what happened to the WSBK Supersport race earlier this year. Tyres failed. Was that not a wake up call to Bridgestone. And using a lame excuse that the bumps had been removed due to re surfacing. Is that not the idea you dip $hit? We will probably hear more about this, unless Dorna tell everyone to zip it.


October 20, 2013 9:43 AM

MotoGP » Australian MotoGP race changed again!

@RSMick. I think your having a shot at me and I will take it on the chin. However Dorna are in control of the sport we love and they should give IRTA and everyone else direction. What, the tyre manufacturers could not have gotten any feedback from the tyres of all the events run at the track since re-surfacing it? No, not good enough to wait for the premier event to arrive and then realise they got caught being slack.

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