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April 10, 2015 7:16 PM
Last Edited 140 days ago

MotoGP » Honda decided against Stoner MotoGP return?

Tetly, TrueFan, ProfX, Yearby23. Hey ya-all. Please note that the GP is in Texas. The absolute Red Neck capital of the planet, the home of the great George W. Bush, whose command of the English language was at best.... dismal. Having set the bar so low, everyone needs to be given a break if the aura of the place makes even literate people talk (type) like they are somewhere between dull normal and m0ron.


April 10, 2015 6:59 PM

MotoGP » Marquez unaware of Stoner discussions

ProfessorX: Casey with his flippy floppies on, oh well. Dani deserves what hes getting seeing how he chose money over self respect and his teammates, don't really know what to say about a guy who goes against his own word, especially when he wants to play a game that pretty much flushed him down the toilet. Nobody is perfect. Honda are good at dragging people down to their level, think hes been doing too much work for them.
????? What did DP do?


April 08, 2015 11:39 PM

MotoGP » Rossi sets rostrum target in Texas

PlanetX: All in all COTA is going to be very difficult against the duc's and what sounds like Honda with the wick turned up, a podium for Vale will be a result but always possible for the GOAT. On another note I have just read that 46 & 99 are under pressure from Yamaha to participate in the Suzuka 8hr this year because of CS, that would be interesting!
Rossi is always focus on race set up than setting up his bike to qualify higher up in the grid. So podium for rossi is not impossible. Another thing where did you read the story that both rossi and Jorge is under pressure from Yamaha? Post the link here.
Go to motomatters dot com and look at the article "The Racing Week On Wednesday - News Round Up For The Week Of 8th April"


April 07, 2015 11:58 PM
Last Edited 143 days ago

MotoGP » Rossi sets rostrum target in Texas

I think that without a tire coming apart and the new completely seamless gearbox, a motivated Rossi, and Yamaha fully aware of their acceleration and top speed deficit. Not to mention Rossi's racecraft. There might a good race coming our way. He won't qualify well(as usual) but I suspect a run through the pack is also in our future. Wouldn't a last lap nail biter be a hoot?

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