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November 13, 2014 10:52 AM
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MotoGP » Deficit to top 'unacceptable' says Redding

Oh well, at least while you are jumping on Redding you are not slagging Dani, Jorge, Brad, Rossi, Dovi......etc. etc. Cut the guy some slack, he's fronted up and explained why he is struggling. He hasn't blamed the bike or the team. He hasn't complained about his relative height and weight, only explained the difficulties that he has to overcome due to it. ps. When Casey used to explain the problems he experienced, it was admired for the Aussie style 'telling it like it is'. Where's the difference in this ?


November 11, 2014 1:35 PM

MotoGP » Jack Miller: It’s out of this world!

Yearby and VPoweeer.......thanks for the input guys. You are quite right in what you say as regards their passion and riding skills and I enjoyed watching them all. Nothing wrong the Antipodeans, been watching them since 1958 (samas :) ) Wayne....Fall A over H in the wet, get back on, fall off again, and still get back on and finish the race. Tough so & so but fell apart when Doohan started beating him. Mick.....incredible bravery, didn't like it when his team mate shadowed him though. Casey.....found some negatives even when he thrashed everyone (which he did quite often). I was responding to the personality side of things, the guys I mentioned were serious and afraid to smile.


November 11, 2014 4:50 PM

MotoGP » Valencia MotoGP test times - Tuesday (2pm)

Yearby23....I think the other riders should as well, but as I said no side to the comment. As for Aragon Jorge admitted that he slowed because he wasn't getting anywhere and had settled for 4th maybe 5th, and came in for a new bike. He himself said that he was lucky. That's why I have problems with bike changes, it can sometimes penalise the front runners. I just thought that he might have got a few laps in.


November 11, 2014 3:50 PM

MotoGP » Jack Miller: It’s out of this world!

Hello samas.....remember them all, some better than others though. Anderson magic on the tiddlers, don't know how he fitted on them. Tom Phillis, he was a hard man. Surprised that you missed out another tough cookie, Kel Curruthers. I was a big fan of Kel, also Jim, 'win at the slowest speed possible', Redman. Younger fellas should check out Jim and his story, how he supported his siblings. Still riding hard nowadays too. Aussies have got a lot to be proud of. And yes I remember watching Hocking, great rider..

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