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May 07, 2013 4:05 AM

MotoGP » Jerez MotoGP test times - Monday (Final)

Why does everyone expect so much? The Yamaha is a very precise motorcycle that needs time to setup correctly. Unlike the Honda that is so evolved that dialing it in seems to be a tweak here and a tweak there. Even Lorenzo who is used to the thing, couldn't keep pace with Pedrosa. Rossi is methodical in his approach and once dialed in will be closer to the pointy end. It will happen, it just may take some time.


May 05, 2013 3:09 AM

MotoGP » MotoGP Jerez: Rossi best qualifying despite fast fall

I am glad to to see the moderators deleted most of the inane hate posts. I wonder why these people try to ruin it for others. Oh yeah, the old childish schoolyard they did it first excuse, well some of us never have, so why ruin it for everyone? I think that we are in for a hell of a race tomorrow. Rossi is in a reasonable starting position and if he doesn't get held up, there just may be an epic battle in our future.


May 01, 2013 6:29 PM

MotoGP » Schwantz, Kagayama, Haga to race Suzuka 8 Hours!

Simply amazing the people who think Schwantz isn't capable of doing this. Motorcycling is not like soccer. One just needs to be in good shape to ride a race bike, even for a long time. At 48 one just needs to work out regularly. As for talent, anyone who has witnessed Schwantz riding a Superbike knows he is nothing short of fantastic. I used to watch him at Laguna before he went to the 500s and it was a sight to see. At Sears point he made Rainey look like he was going backwards. And you just don't lose that talent, especially when you are riding on a race track all the time. GO KEVIN!!!


April 22, 2013 5:38 PM

MotoGP » Austin MotoGP: Rossi defensive sixth, 'lost part of a disc'

Unbelievable, the haters just keep at it to stir things up. The brakes were a problem from the beginning. Then to lose part of a disk and stay in the points is a real accomplishment. Carbon disks are about the only disks that can happen with, and those blaming the crew don't realize that Brembo is to blame, they have the equipment to deal with the brakes. How many other riders would have stayed out? Much less scored valuable points.


April 21, 2013 4:23 AM

MotoGP » Austin MotoGP: Braking woes leave Rossi eighth

One off laps are one thing and racing on a slick track with worn tires is another. The Yamahas don't work well here and the only way they will do well is "grind away" at the competition. The big problem is not letting the Hondas get too far away. But hopefully like so many times time before Rossi's crew finds something in the last practice. Maybe Rossi digests what he learns in the previous practices and puts it together on race day. Let's hope for a slice through the pack performance.

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