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raju

August 13, 2014 5:05 AM

MotoGP » Gresini suggests ‘major change’ to turn Bautista fortunes


johnny13:
Chopper51: Who knows, maybe the satellite bikes aren't as close to the Honda Factory bikes as we are made to believe? Both Bautista and Bradl are having a terrible season this year!
On a similar train of thought.......Pedrosa isnt exactly setting the GP world on fire either.......just an observation
Agree he with the immediate above point. Lets understand one thing - there are many factors which makes bike/rider goes faster. 1. Talent 2. Set up. 3. even though right set up front end feeling. 4. Luck I dont know the distribution of it, however all these are needed in which first two will take major proportions. Bautista as per me is struggling with Showa front end also I do see he is not able to smooth out his riding sytle nor he is in full control while entering a corner. If you recollect 125 and 250 he was a extremely smooth rider with terrific pace. Now Bradl, Simply I put it to his Riding style. I some how suspect

raju

August 13, 2014 5:26 AM

MotoGP » Modest Brno expectations for in-form Redding


TrueFan: Apart from the obvious distraction of - what's an "Open class win"? The fact is that Scott has done a lot right so far this year. The proddy Honda is not a top ride, but Scott has pushed it to the limit. He deserves a shot on something much more competitive. I look forward to seeing how this pans out. Good luck, Scott. You've earned it.
-- I just heard Miller/Maverick Vinaeles/Alex esparagaro to Suzuki. I think Suzuki is making same mistakes what they did earlier and at last will cry and making two bike team to single team and then all out pull out of it. I dont think they are learning at all. Ideally they should have one experienced person from Motogp - It has to be Randy De Puniet/Colin Edwards/Steffan Bradle OR worse case Bautista(I know all are struggling however they need one experienced rider for atleast 2 seasons to get to grips with entire World Championship) and second one should be a guided young talent and it has to be scot redding and not M

raju

August 13, 2014 5:27 AM

MotoGP » Modest Brno expectations for in-form Redding


second rider should be a guided young talent and it has to be scot redding and not Miller who is yet to prove something in Motogp/Moto2 or even in moto-3(by winning world championship). Maverick as per me is entering too soon without proving enough in Moto-2(although he is having an impressive year with a win already in his debut year). If I were his manager I will ask him to focus this year and get couple more wins and next year build on it and atleast get 5 to 6 wins(OR win a world championship by being consistent like he did in Moto3)

raju

August 13, 2014 5:33 AM

MotoGP » Camier: I’m sure I can go faster


He should be given a second chance. from what I hear, his Aprila was completely different from Maz Biaggi RVS-4. There were lot of difference in specs. Suzuki year he was in fact little unlucky. Now see where is Eugine his confidence went down. First win I suspect was from confidence he built up over 2013 by winning numerous races for aprili RSV-4 I dont expect to see any close to that form nor a repeat of first win with suzuki itself. Somehow dont see that coming. Ideally based on camiers credentials he should be given a fair shot at motogp or at a factory/statellite support in WSBK. He will be an asset in WSBK for sure. no disrespect to toni elias however if get a chance its a shame to see camier struggling to get a ride.

raju

August 13, 2014 5:19 AM

MotoGP » British MotoGP, Silverstone - Free Practice (1)


If he doesnt win a single race then that confidence slump will make him to push more harder and makes more mistakes /crashes etc(I hope he doesnt do that). In 250 I rate him at the same level of Max Biaggi but now seeing his form, I am almost certain he will not win a single race apart from weather OR JL/MM/VR making rider errors in same GrandPrix. I would be happy if i am wrong, because the guy deserved better success

raju

August 13, 2014 5:18 AM

MotoGP » British MotoGP, Silverstone - Free Practice (1)


raju August 30, 2013 2:25 PM I was a die hard fan of Mick Doohan and Casey Stoner and have seen both riding motor cycles at thier limit during thier time. However Sir Marc Marquez is something beyond them trust me if Casey decides to come back trust me he will be beaten left and right by Marquez. He will be in the same state as Dani is in today. My heart says Casey to Win but my Brain doesn't say that. The guy rides that we bike like as if its riding on one wheel. Dani is gone..see how he fades after getting subjected to the phenomena called march Marquez ----- This was waut I mentioned last year amost around the same time (off by 15 days :). --- Now see where is Dani Pedrosa, Even when I was telling this Niether did I nor did Dorna/Repsol Honda team..forget marc himself never new this was going be 10 back to back wins. Please focus here see how Danny fades further. I dunt see him come back will going fwd will become clear number - 2 rider. If he doesnt win a single race then that con

raju

August 11, 2014 5:15 AM

MotoGP » Marquez: So difficult to win them all...


cossiegaz: He won Brno last year and the year before so an 11th win in a row is looking rather likely!
Yes he will win couple more. but he will eventually make one mistake for this season - that is for sure. I mean race mistake(going wide/loosing front end/I wont tell severe crash i dont advise or wish that for anybody :( ). But this will happen or Weather could play a part where you have full wet weather race where he needs to use rain tyres in a even downpour. I expect him to loose and expect Rossi/JL to win the race. This will happen in near future. Just wait and watch because he is human and he cant control all factors. Now having said this - i am fortunate enought or lucky enough to watch Eddie Lawson/Wayne Rayney/Kevin Schwantz/Mick Doohan/Alex Criville/Kenny Roberts Junior/Valentino God Rossi/Jorge Lorenzo/Casey Stoner and now the new emperor MArc MArquez. if it happens well and good however 90% will not happen where in he will win all rounds in a mot

raju

August 11, 2014 5:10 AM

MotoGP » Marquez: So difficult to win them all...


gremlin: I would rather like hearing him say "we will have to continue to work hard to win the remaining races but now it seems that we've got a good chance", or something similar. I know they probably work bloody hard all the time to get these wins, but from the outside it looks like he's just riding around with utter ease, not even having to push 100%. When the others say "It'll be so difficult to beat Marc", yes, that is difficult, but when he's got that Honda under him and won 10 out of 10 races from every possible situation, please don't say it's going to be "so difficult".
-- Its Motogp its not easy. HE is riding on limits (atleast at times). Proof - Try seeing him breaking in to a corner from straight camera anle , you see side fairing from that angle. Bike is slide way with front weel in atleast 15 degree opposite ankle and Elbow scrapping the tarmac(watching moto gp /500 for last 25 years i have never seen that kind of riding style and you get a feel

raju

August 11, 2014 5:02 AM

MotoGP » Marquez: So difficult to win them all...


Yearby23:
biaggi: There are rumours that Marc will race both motogp and moto2 in valencia. I bet he will win both races
Question is will his bike be a Kalex or Suter chassis? Will he pick the now underdog Suter? I wouldn't put it past him winning it but id love to see him bash fairings with Vinales. Give everyone a taste of what's to come in Gp soon, that's if Vinales waits and gets something other than Suzuki....
. No Marc Marquez will not. May be he will try a shot in WSBK Wildcard or he will try Suzuka 8 hours wiorse case if he runs out of motivation for some strange reasons may be he will try some different manufcaturer(aka Rossi kind of move but def not with ducatti). I dunt think he will try Moto-2 and Motogp. I dunt see that happening. Because Honda will risk a great talent. If I put all time greats since I started seeing Motogp/FIM 500. Below is my ranking. 1. Valentino Rossi. 2. Marc MArquez(will later display Rossi prov


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