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TedG

December 24, 2014 12:12 AM
Last Edited 2 days ago

MotoGP » MotoGP Star of the Year vote: 2nd


Abefan: I have read soooooooo many posts on here it's starting to hurt, but!!!!!!!! I have discovered how to get rich, be interviewed, having thousands buy my t-shirt, travel the world, and most likely have my pick of those tasty young brolly holding ladies....... I'm gonna buy a CBR1000..........................Therefore have an unfair Honda advantage. Im gonna plaster it in Repsol stickers...............See above re enormous advantage. And (this is the genius bit) i'm simply gonna copy Marquez's, or Rossi's or maybe even Stoner's style to instantly make myself an incredible rider!!! These are all FACT according to some ....... i am amzed no-one has thought of this sooner. I'm a f*&%$ng genius, and i'm just off to shave my balls prior to the bit about the brolly dollies!!!
Uh, let us know how that works out for you. I think Repsol has to give you money to make the Repsol sticker thing work though...lots of it.

TedG

December 10, 2014 8:05 PM
Last Edited 14 days ago

MotoGP » Marc Marquez moving to Andorra?


Realist: Yes I'm American, and you give us FAR too much credit. Most people don't give to charities here, and most people are just looking to save a buck wherever they can. Businesses move out of California (the state I'm in) in favor of Nevada, Arizona and Texas for the tax benefits all of the time.
And I live in Nevada and Tesla is building a 6 billion dollar plant here because California decided not to give them a decent tax break. Thank you California.

TedG

November 11, 2014 12:05 AM

MotoGP » Maverick Vinales: MotoGP power amazing!


Matt2: All the talk how MotoGP bikes cannot be ridden without electronic aids... "its for safety" thats the bullsh/7 we always hear. Well rookie Maveric did ride without e-aids, was fast, didnt crash and is alive to tell hes story. Great start from him. Lets hope Suzuki can really be at the sharpend of that grid. Whatever the case, I believe hes going to be a big headik for Espargaro at the end of the season.
Actually the "spec" firmware is jam packed with e-aids. Just not as sophisticated as the "Factory entries"

TedG

November 05, 2014 12:27 AM

MotoGP » Rossi unveils new Yamaha R1 Superbike


Yearby23:
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cfsteezy: V4 not better as results can plainly see guys. Both yamaha and honda know what they are doing better than any of us. I wonder why with the new r1 they didnt go with the under braced swingarm like the previous models which looks almost identical to the m1 swingarm.
Ha! Seen the size of that exhaust? That's why they didn't go with the under-braced swing arm
Nothing compared to Kawasaki's new H2 Ninja's exhaust...
Maybe but CW has a video of a dyno pull. Makes the hair on the back of your neck stand up. I had a 73 H2, and this thing stirs my soul. The R1 and the Honda will suck wind compared to that thing. Time for a big shakeup IMO.

TedG

October 30, 2014 5:50 PM

MotoGP » Lack of fitness cost me in race, says Lorenzo


Yearby23:
cfsteezy: Lol @ everyone who says he was using his fitness as an 'excuse'... It was more an admittance of error in training, saying he messed up and it was his fault for not being ready for the heat... Crash.net comments are 90% bashing and 10% real conversation
Crash.net is becoming a haven for trolls, trolls who are waiting for a relevant article to pop up so they can blast a rider they don't like.
You should have seen it before the moderators cleaned it up. You couldn't post an opinion without being harassed, bullied, called names, and even outright threatened.

TedG

October 30, 2014 5:42 PM

MotoGP » PICS: Casey Stoner back on MotoGP machinery


What he didn't seem to understand is that racing is entertainment, nothing more. As are all sports. And when you participate in the world arena the spotlight will eventually turn on you if you are good, and in his case, fantastic. He made a choice to to participate, going in with eyes wide open and just couldn't stomach it. The government didn't force him to do it, he wasn't paying a price for a crime committed, he did it because he chose to. Then forgetting that the fans are what makes racing possible, he complained until he convinced himself that he couldn't take it anymore. Which you have to admire to an extent. Although it is a bit easier when you benefit from the support the fans gave you with multiple millions in the bank.


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