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January 07, 2013 10:37 AM

WSBK » Superstock class to be phased out?

For me, I don't care what the absolute speed of the bike is, any current production 1000 cc sports bike is plenty fast enough to go racing. I just want to see good grid numbers and the best riders. FI and MotoGP have shown us that the more cutting edge and sophisticated a machine becomes, the more they depend on the men with laptops in the pits and the less they depend on the skill and courage of the pilot. Anything which makes the machines cheaper and less complicated seems like a step in the right direction to me so I'm not against these proposals.


January 03, 2013 12:38 PM

MotoGP » Ben Spies: The moment I decided to leave Yamaha

I really don't know why Ben is trying to stay in MotoGP, there is no racing, the pits are snobby, the grid is empty, only 2 riders have any chance of winning and the politics are horrendous. I'm sure he's made enough to retire so should have gone back to WSBK where there is a bit of passing and a rider can make the difference. I want him to do well, but on a Ducati? Dream on.


November 16, 2012 5:25 AM

MotoGP » Valentino Rossi: Good feeling, bad weather...

If he comes around fourth in testing that'll be fine. He was rarely the fastest rider out there, but was always the most scrappy. As long as he is somewhere in touch with the leaders, there should be some fun! The danger is that he has huge target on his back for Dovi, if Dovi gets ahead of him in testing or racing Rossi's confidence will blow away in the breeze.

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