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August 11, 2011 2:59 AM

MotoGP » 'Recharged' Rossi ready for Brno

FACT....Stoner is clearly the better and more adaptable rider....FACTS don't it as you will. Posted by fact - hey old is stoner? 25 or so? I think stoner is talented, that is a fact but to jump and say he is more adaptable? maybe by the time he is 30 he will be riding outside top ten, maybe not. I don't know you don't know , no one knows.


July 25, 2011 3:01 PM

MotoGP » Spies home podium hopes end after '500 feet'

I so awaited Ben Spies' entry to MotoGp hoping he would shine as he did in AMA and in WSB. Hoping he would kick butt of the best, as he did with Mladin. it seems my hopes were overly optimistic. He is good but only to be better than likes of Elias, Bautista, Abraham Capirossi etc. Nothing, nothing in his riding indicates he will raise his level above what he shows now. But I hope I am wrong. Simoncelli's riding inspite of his crashes indicates he can raise his level. And Last year Nothing indicated Simoncelli would be able to do that. So I hope Spies will suddenly unexplainably kick into gear.


July 17, 2011 1:25 AM
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MotoGP » German MotoGP, Sachsenring - Qualifying

something doesn't add up here...rossi left honda only to prove the championships he won on it were was not the matter of the motorcycle but the matter of the rider. He went to Yamaha and it looked like he was right. Why is his premise not even close to be working with Ducati? a lot here say the bike is crap. How crap can it be if Nicky with much less impressive racing credentials is coming in 5th to 8th constantly? how can a bike which in 2007 was shredding the competition, so badly the MotoGp officials demanded to take it all apart believing they would find unfair/illegal advantage. now one of the greates racers of all time comes in 16th in qualifying? I can't see it being all in the bike. There is got to be something with Rossi, otherwise it just doesn't add up to me.


June 30, 2011 2:26 PM

MotoGP » Simoncelli feels a 'fool', but Gresini shares blame

the 1st time i heard of Simo was about his reckless riding in the 250 class. When I heard he was advancing to GP I did not like that. I was very much against him all the way last season. My attitude to him change 180 deg. this year when I saw his performance. I would rather see a guy in GP who can kick ass even if he crashes or causes others to crash. (I hope he will learn and bring the crash ratio down) rather than the few guys who routinely place in the last 5. A guy who can take pole would have to do something really bad to not be allowed in GP. Simo's performance speaks louder to me than some of his wild stunts.

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