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September 29, 2015 10:45 PM

MotoGP » Front-end confidence returns for rejuvenated Espargaro

It's odd because I dislike all Suzuki motorcycles, their entire line up, especially their GSXR because of the type of people who ride gixxers, yet, I really hope they do well in MotoGP. It will be wonderful once they have an engine update and seamless box. I think Suzuki know what they are doing. The bike/frame is so good from the beginning, they want to make sure the engine update is a solid 20-25km/h faster reliably with zero problems. It's also interesting to wonder how much more competitive this bike would be in the hands of Lorenzo or Marquez or even Pedrosa/Iannone, perhaps already a consistent top 5 bike. Aleix is good, but I dont' think he's that good.


June 04, 2015 3:38 PM

MotoGP » Crutchlow: Vinales hard to beat in couple of years

Good article and for once yes, Cal isn't excusing something. Good to see him giving Maverick credit. I also like him, he came in quiet, and continues to do so. He's proven not to be crasher and clearly rides with his head. Rare for young riders. He's helping Suzuki save big money by not throwing bikes into he gravel and in turn Suzuki can progress more in R&D. Crazy how Mav is now ahead of Aleix in points.


May 29, 2015 7:19 PM

MotoGP » Iannone: This is a difficult moment for me

I dislocated my shoulder last year so I know how he feels, but certainly no idea how it feels trying to ride at GP bike. I can imagine it's extremely difficult for him to ride that bike. It's exhausting enough racing around a track on a bike, something I know. I really hope the medical centre can do some magic for him on Sunday so he can make the most of the home race.


May 05, 2015 7:26 PM

MotoGP » ‘Fantastic findings’ for Laverty

I agree with Plaggie, but also golfnut in a sense. Hayden to me is a bit past his prime, but Laverty is in his prime, just not on a prime bike.We were all led to believe that the open Honda's were similar to factory bikes, but after reading riders comments, it was far from the truth. Similarly, the times and competitiveness of the open Honda's are quite poor, even this year with pneumatic valves. However, Redding is really under performing on a factory bike. As the team has stated, they expected to be much higher up. All Honda teams get attention from HRC, and help as well, the Estrella team is top notch, there's no reason Redding should be that low. I'm afraid Redding seat will be at risk for next year. If Laverty performs well this year by end of season, there could be a new rider on that factory bike.

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