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April 21, 2015 9:50 PM

MotoGP » Bridgestone recommended the extra-hard

SoSlo: "then it will be fair" While I agree that the rules have been a bit odd as of late, I see nothing wrong with Ducati's approach. They didn't create the rule book - in fact, Honda and Yamaha have always had more sway (especially Honda). All that Ducati did was work within the rules to give themselves a fighting chance. Yamaha did the exact same thing with regards to their Open Class bike last year, upsetting Honda to a certain degree. This is the wrong sport to follow if you're looking for "fair". Something in the rules will always rub one of the manufacturers the wrong way. Did Ducati break the rules? No more so than Yamaha violated the "spirit" of them last year. More importantly, has the racing been exciting? I would say yes to that.


October 27, 2014 9:15 PM

MotoGP » Pedrosa perplexed after crashing twice at Sepang

Sete: "Apart from the top four, Dovi is the next best rider and he had his shot with Honda and he couldn't match Pedrosa on any Sunday." A bit of an exageration. In races that they both competed in as teammates, Dovi finished better than Dani 35% of the time. In the six races where Dani was injured, Dovi had four podiums: 3 x 2nd place, and one 3rd. In terms of race results, Dovi is actually much closer to someone like Dani, than Dani, JLo and Rossi are to Marquez. I'm not saying that Dovi is on Dani's level, because he's not - just saying that Dovi is being underrated here. Put him on the Repsol and it's not as big a downgrade as you're making it sound, especially when you consider Dani's tendency to draw bad luck every year. Otherwise, I agree. Dani is the best pilot for the other Repsol seat...for now.


September 22, 2014 7:26 PM

MotoGP » Is Jack Miller ready for MotoGP?

Absolutely not. This is just a product of the game, not a reflection of his talent (which he obviously has heaps of). I fear that this will not be the last time. With only so many bikes available, the factories will feel pressure to lock up talent, even before they're ready. IMO, that's quite the risk to be taking considering the dangerous nature of the sport. Then again, this is Honda's "sport". They changed up the rules to get Marquez on the Repsol, and now they're going against logic to lock down Miller. Whatever they want, right? Miller is basically going to get the factory RCV with spec ECU/software, only he'll have more engines and fuel so that he can bin it and grenade motors to his heart's content. He's going to be the top open class rider - Honda will ensure this.


September 15, 2014 6:43 PM

MotoGP » Alvaro Bautista confirmed with Gresini Aprilia

There's still another seat for an up-and-coming hotshot, but Aprilia will benefit from AB's MotoGP experience. He's not alien class, but still a good rider. We'll never know how well he would have done had his ride been Ohlins/Brembo equipped, but we do know that on his day he's a podium threat. Something just didn't click this year, but the same can be said for JLo (to a lesser extent). IMO, it was a smart move by Aprilia to get him onboard, based on who was available.

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