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August 03, 2014 5:25 PM
Last Edited 26 days ago

MotoGP » Crutchlow out, Iannone in at Ducati

Well the largest Ducati Fail since Melandri. Only Cal knew exactly what he was walking into. From 'press release 1' on he has been a whiney little brat acting as if it was a great injustice the Duc didn't turn. I'm just shaking my head in udder disappointment. He could have played the hero that helped fix it, instead he walks away another victim of it.


July 15, 2014 5:04 PM

WSBK » Crash scuppers Giugliano’s ‘chance to win’

Davide reminds me a bit of Iannone, these kind of 'card-missing' riders need one year on a factory (or semi factory) bike just to throw it away. Then we've seen in the past riders like this and the next year they come back dialed in. Vale was a bit like this in 2000 as was Casey in LCR. I still think he will come right and be a top rider for quite some time.


May 29, 2014 11:15 PM

MotoGP » Under pressure Lorenzo keen to evoke 2006 memories

Not to hate buttt l, what's this season long physical condition complaint all about? As a professional factory rider why even mention that, as if to say "I didn't train enough in the off season" aka take it seriously? I doubt this is the case but I'm confused by Jorge lately. Is he milking last years collarbone (in which he won races almost immediately after)?


May 17, 2014 10:22 PM
Last Edited 104 days ago

MotoGP » Marquez expects a battle despite distant pole

Superbikeplanet said "Ago won the first eight races of the 1971 season, all from pole, and Mick Doohan won ten successive races from pole in 1997, so there is still something to aim for." Hmm so just cheer for second place and hope records are (or aren't) broken is what we have to look forward to for a while huh? I've always been a huge Rossi fan and even for me his first year on the 4-Stroke was so dominating it was boring. That year we had the 2 Strokes shaking it up at small tracks and this year the Open class is the same vibe. Hopefully Germany pulls some of those Hondas and Aleix in the mix long-run!


May 16, 2014 4:28 PM

MotoGP » Smith shrugs off fall to be fastest Yamaha

I like and respect Smith. However some riders just give you that gut feeling that they are destined to be a 'best of the rest' kinda rider on their best days. Nicky Hayden I thought was the same category and he won a World Chanpionship so I've been wrong. Also after Repsol I didn't think Dovi would show more yet he's gotten better since IMO. So I've/we've been wrong before. I just don't see smith evolving into much more then this, which is still in the 5th-10th fastest guy in the world. Like Spies said... :P

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