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November 25, 2015 7:45 AM

BSB » Halsall Racing retains Suzuki support

To me Halsall seems to be a team that chops and changes too much - both riders and bikes. If this is part of a long term strategy where there is a new GSXR coming out soon then fair enough but if it's just short term then it's difficult to see the Suzuki troubling the podium. If the hugely experienced TAS couldn't make it work then I think a more opportunistic team like Halsall will have problems.


November 06, 2015 11:48 AM

MotoGP » Moto2 Valencia - Free Practice (1) Results

The big question is how good is the Speed Up in comparison with the Kalex because if it's not as good then the stand out ride has to be Sam, I guess we'll find out next year. As far as I can see the Speed Up is comparable as long as you can get it set up and dialled in (a bit like the Suter). But I believe that on average the Kalex is better because it's more forgiving to ride and is easier to set up.


November 30, 2015 11:57 AM

BSB » Honda Racing retains Linfoot, O'Halloran, Tinmouth

@SmokinHaddock Nobody's slagging Jenny off. By normal standards she's super fast, she's shown dedication and commitment to the sport and seems a thoroughly decent person. The problem is that previously her bike was always an unknown but when she got the ride with Honda, that excuse went away. As it stands she is consistently at the back of the field on an official bike. There are always mitigating factors (crew, electronics etc etc) but always being at the back on that bike isn't really what anyone is after. If I were Havier Beltram I would be asking for a little more.

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