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June 19, 2014 3:49 PM

MotoGP » Suzuki finding a good direction, says De Puniet

ducati999s: I still think using Randy as a test rider is a mistake. I'm sure the guy is doing his best, but I would have rather liked to see someone with a higher level of experience. Maybe a Troy Bayliss or Checa, if you're spending all this money on developing the bike you might as well chip in a little more and get a proven rider. Just my 2 cents
You may be right but it could be worse, could be Cal on the thing. lol. Nice photo. Can't wait being a Suzuki buff. Oh the memories of the "Lucky Strike" colour scheme, and the guy that used to pilot it.


June 19, 2014 4:13 PM

MotoGP » Ducati likely to lease rather than sell

Trying to be positive because I love the sport, and the more competitive bikes on the grid all the better. But there is the problem. Since 2007 it's been all down hill (except for some good results by Stoner) so the care factor for me no longer exsists. Feel for Dovi though. Sorry to all you Duke buffs, but 7 years of trying to replicate what happened in 07, with no progress? Will be showing more interest in what Suzuki can bring to the table.


June 20, 2014 8:40 AM

MotoGP » Suzuki finding a good direction, says De Puniet

FastestBloke: This just seems too awkward for me!! The guy quit riding for a whole season to develop the motogp project. But then when the time comes to decide whoo will ride it in 2015, he might not be the one chosen to thhe task. why not having a few wsbk outing as a wild card or something else, just to keep focused, and mantain the competitive rythm? Lavery came in on Germany, and straight away beated the lap record, although he is not winning races with the wsbk Suzuki. It can only help you if you keep having races as a training, so you dont get rusty...
Don't laugh they could do a lot worse.


June 19, 2014 6:33 AM

MotoGP » Nakamoto: Racing is in Honda’s DNA

Codger: For the oldtimers on here. Me and Mrs Codger went to Pageant in the Park in Chester, in the grounds of Cholmondoly Castle this weekend. A 3 day motoring event with racing motorcycles, racing and rally cars, airoplanes, jet skis etc. A hill climb proved interesting in so much that the multi million pound Works Rally car reached 104 miles per hour, while the 450cc SuperMoto bikes managed 103mph !! I had my Photo taken on the 203cc Ducati that I owned in 1960. The bikes ranged from 60s MV, Honda, Benelli up to Leon Haslams WSBK bike. There was also an open air concert headed by Status Quo. A support act was some bloke name of James Toseland. Sorry to bore you with this, but well worth a visit. PS The ground shook when a 1932 42 litre, 24 cylinder racing car went up the hill. (yes.....42 litre)
You must be in your 70's. Respect to you for still following something you obviously love. $hit I thought I was old. lol.


June 17, 2014 10:06 AM

MotoGP » Crutchlow loathe to run soft tyre 'out of principle'

Muffin: I need to stop reading interviews with this guy first thing in the morning.
Funny you should say that. I'm that far over Cal I didn't even read what he said, just reading the comments. Sounds like I made the right choice. lol. Oh and to all you Cal fans, I said he would be lookind at the back of Smith all year. Even with Bradley not doing so well he's still beating Cal.

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