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May 04, 2011 8:49 AM

MotoGP » FIM explains 2012 MotoGP 'Claiming Rule'

Okay, my first post made me sound like I don't like more riders on the grid. Let me rephrase that. What the MotoGP need is more competitive riders to fight up front, not the side show riders which might be dangerous to the title contenders. First priority would be to control how teams can compete fairly, cheaply and with technology available for the satellite team too. More riders would be able to compete at the front. That would make MotoGP more interesting.


May 04, 2011 5:10 AM

MotoGP » Stoner 'back' to strength, plans 2011 fork switch

Tho I'm not a Stoner fan, but I understand his frustration. It seemed that he was worried and focused all his attention pre season on how well Rossi will be doing on HIS Ducati, only to find that his strong competitors for this season are the riders he previously didn't see as a real threats. Regarding the back spasm. It might be quite legit. I had one less than a year ago, and it was so painful that I need a pillow and pain killer to drive home. But after 4 visits to a chiropractor, it's all gone without a single trace now. So, for the previous poster who said it won't be the last time we hear from Stoner regarding his back. You're wrong.


May 04, 2011 4:49 AM

MotoGP » Rossi: Dovizioso was playing with me

"Ducati signed Rossi to win races and the Moto GP title." Ducati, looking at Stoner's (the best Ducati rider to date) diminishing achievement, should have realized that fixing the bike is their top most priority. And who would be the best to recruit to develop a bike? "So far this season he is a total failure." I'll say they have their eyes on the liter bike. Even though, if Burgess can fix the bike within this season, it really is just a bonus.

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