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vonich

July 22, 2015 9:29 PM

MotoGP » Nicky Hayden visits WSBK


Realist:
MrBojangles: if I were Dorna and the manufactures, I'd really be thinking about who the next US riders are in GP. Annually the US sells 4-5 times the bikes that the UK does, yet the balance of riders is quite the opposite.
Sales don't matter when/if U.S. riders can't compete. Bikes will still sell without a prominent U.S. rider, as you can see... (..and we don't buy our bikes here because Hayden is in the series.....nobody is thinking about Hayden when they are buying their R6's, R1's, GSXR's, Kawi's, Ducati's and Triumphs). The problem is our infrastructure here. It's not set up to breed riders from young ages. The days of highly skilled U.S. GP riders that can regularly compete with the Europeans is over.
Every written story's has an end. So it's time to right another story. Dorna should start funding young American talent and groom it in moto3. I am sure there are east 2 or 3 young American there that have the tal

vonich

July 22, 2015 9:38 PM

MotoGP » MotoGP 2015 v 2014: First half comparison


93ElbowDown:
armin899: lol 93 elbow down lol Don't worry. Dorna is having Marquez's back. He has already the 2014 spec tyre and Yamaha are getting the tyres they are not comfortable with. The rest comes down to what happens next. But I believe so far it has been Yamaha boy's talent against the Marquez/Honda/Dorna and will continue like that.
Really ? Dorna has Honda/marc's back ?? then why is he not winning all the races ? why is he not leading the championship ? As for Jorge and his tyre problems blame bridgestone and Jorge/Yamaha inability toadjust to different tyres they bring. There is a limit to how much you can sound stupid (obviously you are a rossi/yamaha fan)
Absolutely! There is a limit to how much you can sound stupid (obviously you are NOT a rossi/yamaha fan) LOL!

vonich

July 22, 2015 9:12 PM

MotoGP » Nicky Hayden visits WSBK


One of the reason hayden is still racing in motogp b'cuz dorna is holding on to him. They need an American ride for American rounds. Due to injuries forges BS to end his career in motogp and CE expected retirement. Hayden is the lone American rider. In my honest opinion he should move to WSBK and enjoy racing again. Yamaha is coming back so it will be a good timing for him to move to WSBK and land a factory ride with Yamaha than signing with private team.

vonich

July 16, 2015 3:05 AM
Last Edited 13 days ago

MotoGP » Lorenzo: It’s like tennis…


Valentino Rossi Born: February 16, 1979 Country: Italy 2014 MotoGP Racing Stats Racing Stats Results Percentage Average Start 6.00 Average Finish 2.94 Pole Positions 1 5.56% Race Wins 2 11.11% Podium Finishes 13 72.22% Top5 Finishes 16 88.89% Race Performance 121.76% Finished Races 17 94.44% Rossi Total Score: 393.98 Points: 295

vonich

July 16, 2015 2:58 AM
Last Edited 13 days ago

MotoGP » Lorenzo: It’s like tennis…


SkyWilk: Funny how people come out in force to say that JLO is a one trick pony, and Rossi is the big "all rounder". Before this tire came up in 2014 Rossi was nowhere, and nowhere near Lorenzo...
"in 2014 Rossi was nowhere, and nowhere near Lorenzo" LOL you making me laugh! Well is clear that you're JL fan and not VR. But to point things out to you. Rossi finished 2nd with 295 points in the championship last year and Jorge was 3rd with 263 points Rossi is 32 points clear off JL in standing last year. So to say that rossi was nowhere and nowhere near jorge is laughable. For your delight i have this for you.

vonich

July 14, 2015 1:08 AM

MotoGP » Rossi: Title charge is on


Though mathematically MM still in play for championship. But his chances of winning this year title is very slim. You talking about a collapse for both Yamaha rider on the second half of the championship for them not to win. MM have to win at least 8 races and rossi finished 3rd or MM win 7 and rossi finished 4th or worst. Then JL have to finished no higher than 3rd.

vonich

June 29, 2015 10:28 PM

MotoGP » Marquez: I feel that we won the race


The picture at the last corner say it all. MM body position is not the position that the rider do when taking the turn. His body position tells you that he came in too hot and try not to hit rossi. It doesn't matter whether you have the inside line. If your bike is not even to the other rider's bike you still didn't claim the right to have the line. Some may say that it was a block pass. Yes it was a block pass as he was planning to do but he fails to push rossi wide without touching him. In the end with all the incident and opinion. If you didn't crossed the finish line first you didn't win. regardless of how you feel.


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