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August 14, 2012 4:19 AM

MotoGP » Moto2: Gino Rea keeps Gresini seat for Indianapolis

Gino and Bradley can't cut it in moto2? Some people do say bloody stupid things. Bradley is on a bike that only the Tech3 team use. He doesn't have the wealth of data that Suter and Kalex have so he's dong a pretty damn good job. As for Gino, he's not raced at most of these circuits before. If the bike has nothing wrong then surely Wiliarot should be way in front of him, given the years he's raced in GP. Perhaps Gresini should look at his decision to run Showa suspension. There's a wealth of data for Ohlins but not for Showa....they can race properly without confidence in the font end. Please learn the difference between loose and lose.


June 28, 2012 8:36 AM

MotoGP » Moto2: Marquez, Espargaro penalty saga finally settled?

I think you need to read Pol's response from a fortnight ago. Didn't he say it was an honour to race with Marquez. So it was more Pol's team doing the appealing. I like the Espargaro brothers and I like the way they go about their racing. I'm no Marquez fan as I think he's gotten away with too much. People saying he'll seriously injure somebody, he already has... poor old Fem Wilairot was in a bad way. Very lucky he wasn't killed. Marquez should have been disqualified from racing that weekend. But, this incident I thought was a little harsh on Marquez. It's simple to say he should have looked etc, but when you're talking about hundredths of seconds it's not easy. I've never raced a bike in my life but I'd have thought it instinct to get straight on the gas and onto the racing line as he didn't stray that far off it.

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