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SwissJudge

October 26, 2012 10:12 AM

MotoGP » Casey Stoner: I didn't expect those lap times


With Stoner taking the win, which at the moment looks almost cirtain, assuming his body can hold out for race distance, the job gets harder for Pedrosa. As far as outright speed is concerned Stoner is number 1. Still almost a second ahead of Pedrosa. This guy learns fast. In fact I would not be surprised if Stoner had a photographic memory. wow crash, impressive response times, you are censoring comments with in seconds, you guys rock! Posted by professor-x Sounds like the deleted comments hit the mark. Ouch. Seriously though, some comments are out there...

SwissJudge

October 25, 2012 5:56 AM

MotoGP » Phillip Island 'special and unique' says Rossi


if it was you poor sheep would not be watching it. Posted by dacron. With the exception of the elite and one could argue, the intellectual elite we are ALL sheep. Sport, amongst other things is there to divert attention so that the top dogs can go about their dirty work. In spite of that I still enjoy motoGP, and always Phillip Island! Said the sheep...I'm thirsty, where's the BAARR!!

SwissJudge

October 24, 2012 5:43 AM

MotoGP » Rossi puts boot into 'boring' MotoGP


Watching riders pust their bikes way bayond the limits is a thing of the past. When I started watching in 1993 this happened regularly. But not now. Not in motoGP. Why? Because when the limits have been exceeded humans are far better that electronics. Electronics don't know what is happening and cannot find solutions when a bike gets WAY out of shape. Hopefully electronics will develop to a stage that allows exciting racing. But don't expect that any time soon. Remember the crazy Rossi moves? Can't do that now with electronics.


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