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October 03, 2012 2:34 PM

MotoGP » Abraham: I'm upset I couldn't match Rossi

You lot are a bunch to losers - Abraham deserves that seat in Moto GP as much as many who are out there. The guy is a damn good rider and not a single one of you who write this bile could hold a candle to the guy on a bike on any level. Yes his Dad has money which is a) hardly his fault b) good for him c) far from unique in the Moto GP paddock as the vast majority of riders there are so because of huge sacrifice by family.


September 15, 2012 7:12 AM

MotoGP » Abraham leads another 'lost session' at Misano

@chooch. Having met they guy I can confirm that you are right, Karel Abraham is a nice guy but I disagree with your analysis of him. He deserves to be in Moto GP as much as anyone. Remember last year when as a rookie he was competing with Cal for rookie of the year and so many people were wetting themselves over Crutchlow? Abaja was taking the challenge right down to the wire on a vastly inferior bike to Cal's. It pains me to say it being a dyed in the wool Ducati customer and fan but they have spectacularly failed to deliver any kind of a machine and indeed gone backwards. I suspect that next year however they will do a lot better. People so unfairly bang on about Karels' Dad and his money, as if it is either his fault or ignoring the fact that 99% of all racers come from backgrounds where there parents sacrifice everything to get them there. Anyway the bottom line is that Mr Abraham Snr's cash has put another rider on the grid, team in the paddock and a platform for a real talent.


August 18, 2012 9:19 PM

MotoGP » Pedrosa pole in incident-packed Indy qualifying

I am sorry but that comment about the alleged smile of one of the Yamahe pit crew at Casey's crash is just crass. How on earth anyone can have any idea what the guy was looking at or what he was talking about to someone or anything else at the time of the crash is impossible to tell. I do not believe any of the people in the paddock from any team would take any joy, on any level, of any rider crashing. It is beyond me why people take the time to bother airing such meaningless and completely unsubstantial views.


July 27, 2012 3:21 PM

MotoGP » Can MotoGP ever crack the USA?

So shamarone what you are saying is that our American friends like excitement and the rest of us put up with dull pastimes? Certainly comes across that way and if that is the case then they are the smart ones. Some of the anti American statements on here are just pure drivel and embarrassing. I can only assume they are made by people who have never been there let alone lived in it for a while to experience it. Americans are, in the main, no different to everyone else on the planet and given the amount of stupid, stereo-typical vitriol written on here it says more, perhaps about us in Europe than it does about them.


July 27, 2012 10:39 AM

MotoGP » Can MotoGP ever crack the USA?

cmpunk (is that not one of those of funny wrestling type people ?) The guy never said that AMA is bigger than MotoGP, he said it is bigger in the USA than MotoGP. I don't think his statement is unreasonable or wrong. As much as I hate football it would however be fair to say that in say Germany its domestic league is bigger (more popular) than say Serie A in Italy or the Spanish league but that does not mean that most players there would still aspire to play for Barcelona, Madrid, Inter, Juventus etc. So the reason that Nicky, Ben and Colin are in Moto GP is because it is still the blue ribbon class in the motorcycling road race world and the one to which more or less all riders aspire.

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