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August 11, 2015 9:41 PM

MotoGP » Espargaro 'can't ride like this', hoping for Michelin improvement

Does make me laugh. So if this was Bradders making the same noises, the tinternet would be imploding with arm chair critics deriding the ginger ninja. As its his not so much better or worse team mate, its fairly well behaved?? Pol can ride, but even though he has natural talent, is very much a confidence rider, bit like Redding. Neither have any and making comments which basically write off the rest of the season are a sure sign he has signed a contract. Bet he wouldnt have said the same before the break lol


May 26, 2015 10:48 PM

MotoGP » Problem solving ‘only goal’ for Redding

DamZen1: The rcv was designed for 5ft dwarfs, his long limbs is pushing the weight bias rearwards, stick a pair of shorter dog bones on the rear Ohlins to jack up the rear then it will put more weight on the front, Just my shot at explaining Scotts problem, other experts on this site may have other ideas. The disappointing thing is Scotts a class rider who loves a good punch up and with the problems he's having we are as fans missing out on some great action with him
Dont disagree, however not wanting to state the obvious but a certain very tall lanky heavy sideshow BOB managed to stick the fecker on the podium and ride the wheels off it?? (#58 RiP) I think SR's biggest problem is believing his own hype. If he spent a bit less time promoting the twitter feed about his and Penny's antics and more time honed and concentrated on riding he may just turn it round..


June 15, 2015 11:14 PM

MotoGP » ‘Maxed-out’ Smith leads stormy Catalunya test

MLF: He's right where he will always be. Chassis or no chassis. AND at least three racers who normally are in front of him jumped off trying hard. He sits safe and hopes. That latest start I watched him go to 4th at the first corner and then fade from then on so the kamakasi moves at the start are a waste and a danger. 8th but given 5th as usual. Now he knows Pol has a different chassis he's just doing the normal pom whinge,coulda,woulda shouda.
Step up the poster who didnt, doesnt and possibly couldnt read an interview if they wanted too! Doh! I'm not sure you could contradict yourself any further in that one but have another go and see, its fekin hilarious.. He sits safe and hope but his kamakasi starts are dangerous?? Gotta be comment of the week and its only Monday


June 21, 2015 12:37 AM

MotoGP » Crutchlow hoping for Assen boost

Autonomous: Miller is a bigger joke than Crutch-low. The thing CC needs to remember most of all is that 'To finish first, first you must finish'. His bike would be much better ridden by Rea. He's now ridden factory bikes from all of the top three manufacturers. No more excuses, results or give the bike to someone who can achieve with it.
This.. You cant be average on every bike. It dont work. A few decent results on a T3 is not the recipe for factory status. I have been a fan of CC since his BSB days but just think his ego and bank balance has grown to the point of not needing to try. Its a shame as on his day he was a real spit and sawdust racer, but his day has gone..


June 15, 2015 11:04 PM

MotoGP » Points priority for Smith after ‘solid performance’

Sasha Alexandrovich: Solid points finisher, but not a fighter. A good nr2 in a team to score team points but not a fighter for wins. Quite boring.
Same as Colin Edwards and Dani Pedrosa then. I doubt BS would mind being ''boring'' whilst being compared to such company so Id say you've handed the boy a huge compliment! I was one to say watch how he progresses. He is NOT Rossi, MM JL et-al however he is methodical and is fast becoming a really complete rider, save for needing a bit more aggression on raceday. Good effort Smiffy, nice one

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