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April 13, 2015 11:52 AM

MotoGP » Crutchlow: We need to regroup

Cal is a seriously good rider, you can't get round that. He is able to fit in a stunningly fast lap, out of the blue, in practice or Qually, and then predict podiums for himself on the strength of it. Doesn't manage too much in the actual races. Why this is so is anyone's guess and it would be an asset to MotoGP if he could resolve it.


April 13, 2015 11:30 AM

MotoGP » Espargaro fuming after Redding clash

Redding and Pol were both victims of the modern style of racing. Nowadays all the riders go flat out from the lights, which was what Redding was doing and he ran out of room. Scott is definitely not hot headed as can be seen by his steady approach so far. If it works you are a hero and if it doesn't you are seen as an ass. There is no need to bag either of them.


April 13, 2015 7:37 AM

MotoGP » Marquez: It's going to be an interesting championship

Marc....great ride, good comeback from Qatar, expected though. Dovi.....See why I support him ? Rossi....Rossi of old. Iannone....We've not seen the best of him yet, still learning. Jorge.....!!! Brad.....The boy can ride, no doubt about that. Cal.....? "Me and Iannone lost four seconds, then as we know it's difficult to come back across that gap." Come on Cal think before you speak.


April 13, 2015 8:50 AM

MotoGP » Marquez: It's going to be an interesting championship

Sorry Yearby23.......Not really picking at Jorge, I couldn't think of anything to say about him. 4th is a good finishing position for anyone and the reason I didn't say so was because before the race he announced that he was feeling good again, after the race he said he couldn't do better because he was feeling bad. I didn't want to knock him....I've had Bronchitis at least once every year of my 72 years so I know what it can do to someone.


April 13, 2015 8:56 AM

MotoGP » Marquez: It's going to be an interesting championship

@ Joeski (and anyone else who is concerned) :- I have solved my problem with the 'trojan'. I found out that the virus was using a glitch in Internet Explorer (or chrome, or firefox) to 'piggyback' I now use 'Safari' and the problem of the pop up has gone. Obviously the virus is still on my system though, and I've no idea, short of reinstalling Windows, what else I can do.

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