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DominicR

May 07, 2012 6:46 PM

MotoGP » Ben Spies: Four or five big mistakes


My predictions for next year: 1. They will scrap the rule that prevents a rookie from getting a factory ride so that Marc Marques can replace Pedrosa 2. Ben Spies will be riding a CRT 3. The best Tech 3 rider at 2/3's into the season will take Bens Yamaha Factory ride 4. Brad Smith will not get a Tech 3 ride because he is not perfoming good enough this season

DominicR

March 23, 2012 3:34 PM

MotoGP » Jerez MotoGP test times - Friday 4pm


I have been a Rossi fan since I started watching GP's in 2001. The only thing I can say now is.. what the f*** is he doing? 9th place and over 1.5s slower than Lorenzo. On the other tests the ducati used to perform quite decent the first day. But day 2 and 3 when the other teams makes big improvements, the Ducati stands still timewise.. I hope this will not be the case this time..

DominicR

March 23, 2012 10:00 AM

MotoGP » Crutchlow confident of strong results, Tech 3 shows colours


I believe that: 1. Dovi will perform very well in his new "underdog" position on the grid, less pressure since not being the "3rd wheel of the bike" as last season with Honda. The bike is great and Andrea is the very definition of consistency. We also saw some more aggressive riding last year which is positive. 2. Cal had a poor last season and I think that he was not far from being kicked out after returning to the pits with a perfectly working bike in one of the races. He will do better but inconsistency will leave him without a contract after this season (well, maybe some CRT-team will pick him up).

DominicR

February 05, 2012 5:21 PM

MotoGP » Moto2: Marc Marquez delays 2012 debut


Recovery from eve surgery take a lot of time and the healing process is very sensitive to movement. A hit to his head would re-open the healing tissue. I'm just wondering what is causing the double vision: -is it nerve damage, direct eve damage or brain damage? I mean, if they correct the properties of the eye by means of surgery, what happens is nerves or other stuff continues to change, then they have kind of compensated his vision for a slowly moving target.


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