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November 01, 2010 12:41 PM
Last Edited 2012 days ago

MotoGP » Toni Elias back in MotoGP with LCR Honda

@ Oli....As I said in my earlier post (top of page 2)The team owners and managers don't want him. Toni Elias has got a very poor profile in the MotoGP paddock He is seen as difficult to deal with, has a poor attitude and greedy also....I love to watch Randy De Puniet BUT....while he is a 100%'er he also costs his team 'mucho wonga' cos the bill for repairs is massive.


October 22, 2010 6:01 PM

BSB » TAS Racing confirm Suzuki continuation in 2011

@ suzuki rules and couldn't run a bath... Take off the Suzuki blinkers you two and you might be able to read what has been going on for all of 2010. Paul Denning hasn't been getting the support from Japan that can make the MotoGP tick 'Cos Suzuki are broke. The WSB team haven't been getting support from Japan 'Cos Suzuki are broke. Crescent Worx suzuki haven't been getting support from Japan 'Cos....I'm sure you've worked it out now Crescent are now Yamaha dealers. Yamaha UK are providing support.


October 18, 2010 11:01 AM
Last Edited 2026 days ago

MotoGP » Ducati: 'Frightening' Stoner wasn't on the limit

@ Dray Will Rossi choose "the screamer" I don't think he will. Jerry Burgess will want to make the Duc' ridable at all circuits and until he, and the rest of the crew, can give Vale' a setup that gives him what he wants, I think they will go for the current motor with softer (relative) power delivery and more 'drivability.' Once they have a base line setup then they may experiment with "the screamer" but it is not as fuel efficient as the current engine. Ducati have already said that Rossi will test both engines at Valencia and then, presumably, again in the New Year, when the test ban is lifted. Stoner has won more races than any other rider in the 800 era and I don't see that stopping just because he's going to ride the RC212C. In fact the Honda engine is the best so....Casey Stoner MotoGP World Champion 2011, then bring on the new 1000's


October 17, 2010 4:25 PM
Last Edited 2027 days ago

MotoGP » Ducati: 'Frightening' Stoner wasn't on the limit

Another great win for Casey, even if it did turn the race into a processional bore,(except for Rossi v Hayden, and he hasn't finished winning this season either. Stoner has the best win record in MotoGP in the 800cc era, and I'm sure that Vale' won't be able to ride the Ducati the way Casey does for at least four or five races, maybe more, because he wants a bike setup totally differently to Stoner. Casey meanwhile should have no such problem jumping on the RC212C . Tt is going to be a great battle next seaso,n and it needs to be, 'cos with another small grid MotoGP can't afford to have another season as boring as 2010 has been.... ....or many TV viewers will be turning over to FI (not me though)


October 14, 2010 5:53 PM
Last Edited 2030 days ago

BSB » Mallory Park ‘disappointed’ by BSB snub

"Then where would we be ? £300+ entry fees for one day club meetings(we are already at £200) and the end of bike racing in the UK as we know it". Just to explain the above comment... at the moment club racing, at the bottom of the ladder, will cost a rider between £150 and £200 in entry fees for a one day meeting and up to £400 for a two day. Not everyone has big sponsors and most 'clubbies' are paying those fees out of their own pockets. Grids at club meetings have been down thro' out the UK in 2010 and the clubs that run the meetings are loosing money like never before. If the organising clubs go out of business, 'cos the entries don't cover the circuit fees, the circuit owners loose the hire fees, from the clubs and they go out of business. Which leaves.....???

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