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tcrook21

May 23, 2013 11:39 PM

MotoGP » POLL: Who should be Suzuki’s number one target for MotoGP?


One bike will go to whomever they deem the most reasonable and fastest Japanese rider as their not a single Japanese rider (or other Asian) on factory gear in Moto GP. The second bike will go to an American. Maybe not deserving, but they (Suzuki) need to move merchandise, and the motorcycle market in California alone is as big as the entire European market. GXSR's are everywhere in America. Unfortunately they get butchered by extended swing arms in the south, and become stunt bikes out west, but what does Suzuki care as long as its sold. Make money first, then maybe lets win races, and titles. Marketing does matter.

tcrook21

April 24, 2013 5:38 PM

MotoGP » Ben Spies to miss Spanish MotoGP


@thetruth Overrated? Really? 1. He has won a Moto GP race in the era of Rossi, Stoner, Jorge, and Dani in their prime. 2. 4 Moto GP podiums. 3. He owned WSBK his only year there on tracks he did not even know. He may have fallen off a cliff lately, and no he's not what he used to be, and may never recover, but he absolutely deserves every ride he has ever obtained. The truth is Thretruth your a poor judge of talent, and an overrated blogger.

tcrook21

April 14, 2013 12:04 PM

F1 » Hamilton: I think I made the right choice


Hamilton was excellent today. The Merc is far superior with him driving it, and leaving his former team was such the right move. A win today was impossible, as Alonso was way faster than the entire F1 field. Well done Kimi for putting a damaged car in second. Ferrari , and Lotus both have the edge on the Merc, but this season is still a development season to make a real run at the constructors title in 2014. This was good day, despite any of the usual and BORING Taipan thrashing that will surely come about. Good race, onto Bahrain.

tcrook21

April 03, 2013 9:54 PM
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MotoGP » Qatar MotoGP: Rossi choses 'different way' to Jorge


Stoner is GONE, he has nothing to do with Rossi at this time. No reason to even bring him up. It's old and boring at this point. Were about to see the best year ever in Moto GP, and people want to bring in retired Racers. Rossi's challenge is with himself to get back to top form, compete with his team mate, and stay in front off all Honda's. Stoner is the past, Rossi is still the present and future of Moto GP. Anyways I'm not even a huge Rossi fan, but bringing up Stoner everytime Rossi says something is not adding any current value to discussions of Moto GP 2013. STONER IS GONE......................


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