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November 05, 2013 7:29 AM

WSBK » No Aprilia for Laverty, Suzuki beckoning?

@ Nate I fail to understand your logic. If Dani has failed for 8 years to win a championship on arguably the better bike (all round) in MotoGP, what makes HIM deserving over someone who hasn't had his shot? @ veitchi What makes the Kawasaki the best bike? They didn't win constructors'. Who else, besides Tom, was consistently at the top for Kawasaki? Baz was admirable. Whereas Aprilia, at least 3 bikes up there at any given tiome....


November 05, 2013 3:52 AM

WSBK » No Aprilia for Laverty, Suzuki beckoning?

@ PDownwind his start in WSBK was on the Aprilia, in it's earlier development phase too. It's small, twitchy, and it was a team built around Biaggi. I, personally, don't think leons bike was always to the same spec as Max's. The kawasaki is a bit more forgiving. Still powerful though. Just look at the results leon is getting on the suzuki. Not an ounce of factory support either.


November 02, 2013 5:54 AM

F1 » Raikkonen issues Lotus quit threat

@mikep And a public "telling him to get the f@#$ out of the way" is just dandy? Im sorry, no one in their right mind would take that from an employer WHILE NOT BEING PAID ALL YEAR!!! Anyone who would needs their head read or spine and b@lls checked to make sure they're still there. At the end of the day they agreed on a salary figure, kimi has delivered some great results this year. Lotus has delivered. ... nothing. He has a right to be angry.


October 28, 2013 6:33 AM

MotoGP » Crutchlow wraps up 'top satellite' title in tough race

Wow people love to hate... Cal did a stellar job this year. And I agree with a previous poster that his results tailed off after his Ducati announcement. Firstly, it was expected that the satellite bike would become less competitive as the year rolled on, secondly, he is signed to a factory team next year, why risk serious injury when you're already signed? Also, I feel he did the right thing moving. Tech 3 / Yamaha had pretty-much signed Pol before Cal's announcement, and they were not gonna get rid of Smith, so he needed to make a move. Good luck Cal, I hope Ducati start a major revamp of the bike and move FORWARD for once!

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