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February 14, 2014 11:22 AM

MotoGP » BT Sport reveals MotoGP TV line-up

It's a shame they've included Melanie because it's rather obvious why they've included her and will make her look a bit silly. I still don't get why people get quite so worried about which commentators are chosen Steve and Charlie were just fine. For me the only thing I'm interested in is the camera work I can always turn the sound down. For what it's worth, I'm not so keen on Julian Ryder because of his endless quoting of obscure stats, name dropping and accountant's tone of voice. But I'm sure he'll do fine.


March 18, 2014 12:10 PM

MotoGP » Dani Pedrosa keen to get started

I just can't work him out. You could say that he's had his chance and try and look for a more hungry rider. But where would you find someone faster than him? Every year people say that it's his make or break year but he always manages not to get the title but still win races and hang with the the proper fast people. For me, I'd just like to see Dani move to a different team to see how he does there (would Stephan Bradl's bike be as fast as the Repsols if Dani were riding it?) and get some fresh blood at Repsol.


March 18, 2014 7:56 AM

MotoGP » Aleix Espargaro - Q&A

For me the main thing is that there's hope that another bike will mix it with the untouchable four. All this open stuff isn't the solution to the problem it's just a sticking plaster. Fortunately the solution does exist and it's called Moto2, WSS, BSB, BSS and to a lesser extent WSBK. Really looking forward to the race at Qatar but looking forward even more to seeing the guys slug it out at the first BSB race at Brands, you just can't beat that smell of cheap burgers, two stroke and burnt rubber!


March 10, 2014 3:13 PM

WSBK » Philip Marron, Eugene Lavery's Crew Chief - Q&A

@TalentFan I agree that BSB have got it right when it comes to technical level and with Superbikes I think that that's where it'll go. The problem in MotoGP is the power of the factories and in particular Honda, they just want to win and don't care if there's no racing. I'm happy to see that the open class advantages may actually allow those bikes to compete with and even beat the factory ones. I think that's taken Honda by surprise and I'm guessing that the factory2 class suggestion may have come from them. I think that once we've had a season where more than 4 bikes can win, Honda and Yamaha may find it very difficult to put the genie back in the bottle. You notice that nobody ever discusses changing regulations for WSS or Moto2 because they've basically got it right.

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