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January 27, 2016 9:42 AM

WSBK » Marco Melandri: 'No WSBK for me'


owlockey: Melandri's career is a very strange one, 2006 he was proclaimed as the usurper to Rossi and now in 2016 he can't get a testing gig with MV. I also read that Ioda will be in WSBK this year with Aprilia and the line up is between De Angelis, Vazquez (Because of the pull out of Suter in Moto2), Salvadori and Badovini, I wonder if Melandri will try and throw his hat in there if he is still welcomed from Noale.
Point taken. lol.

Motojunky

January 27, 2016 7:13 AM

MotoGP » Valentino Rossi visits Bali


Sasha Alexandrovich: @Motojunky Will he really? We are talking about the golden boy who always had the best factory Aprilia 250. The one who got Doohan's crew and a factory NSR500. The first to get a fourstroke Honda (and who lost when Pons build a better than Honda slipper clutch). The guy for whom Michelin did night shifts during race weekends to build special race tires and flew them in on race morning. The one who was the first to benefit from Honda's traction control and lauynch control systems. Who needed a wall when his teammate started to beat him. Who needed psychological games and rule changes to get ahead of others. He is good, but will not stand out on equal machines, just like we saw last year.
Not a Rossi fan aye. Not a problem, but don't use last year as an example to prove your point. It was as sham, and Jorge won with help from MM. And what about 2014. Didn't Rossi beat JL on equal gear?

Motojunky

January 27, 2016 7:12 AM

MotoGP » Valentino Rossi visits Bali


Sasha Alexandrovich: @Motojunky Will he really? We are talking about the golden boy who always had the best factory Aprilia 250. The one who got Doohan's crew and a factory NSR500. The first to get a fourstroke Honda (and who lost when Pons build a better than Honda slipper clutch). The guy for whom Michelin did night shifts during race weekends to build special race tires and flew them in on race morning. The one who was the first to benefit from Honda's traction control and lauynch control systems. Who needed a wall when his teammate started to beat him. Who needed psychological games and rule changes to get ahead of others. He is good, but will not stand out on equal machines, just like we saw last year.
Not a Rossi fan aye. Not a problem, but don't use last year as an example to prove your point. It was as sham, and Jorge won with help from MM. And what about 2014. Didn't Rossi beat JL on equal gear?

Motojunky

January 20, 2016 8:54 AM

MotoGP » Jack Miller breaks leg in Motocross incident


cossiegaz: Waiting for all the experts to come on here and start saying that GP riders should be wrapped up in cotton wool over winter and not allowed on motocross bikes.
Seriously, if you way up the risks against the benefits of moto x, its a no brainer. Bayliss (and many others) used to cycle and he was as sharp as a tack. You don't have to wrap them in cotton wool, but you need to wrap them over the knuckles for careless. He should have be out there on his own, thus eliminating risks.


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