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IzoN

February 08, 2012 2:45 AM

MotoGP » Cyber war? Repsol Honda compare Stoner, Rossi stats


HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! H.R.C.!! You guys are so cheap!! I mean seriously! How I wish you guys wouldn't have gotten Vale after Mick left.. Where would this cockiness come from? One championship from Casey & you guys are in the clouds! Just shows how desperate you were to get it! How it was eating you that you didn't have an 800 title! Go thank Jorge that he didn't get along with Vale, or else 2011 would have been just another year! I wouldn't be surprised at all if down the lane they do this to Casey after he is a little old and they have a younger rider to replace him!

IzoN

February 02, 2012 1:56 AM

MotoGP » Valentino Rossi upbeat despite losing ground


IMO it still is a 90* L twin but setup more horizontally.. mimicking a V.. it allows for an extended swing arm and also the engine sits closer to the headstock.. that's what is generating the front end feeling Vale is talking about.. He said he could squeeze the front.. They have to sort the electronics out.. Acceleration seems to be extremely haphazard, resulting in unstable corner exits..

IzoN

August 30, 2011 8:44 AM

MotoGP » Ben Spies fight-back nets home podium


The first time I ever saw Spies was in 2008 I think, as a wildcard on a Rizla Suzuki.. (Dont follow SBK much).. He finished 8th or something like that.. I remember us being astonished at how cool this guy was on a MotoGP bike he had never ridden on, before that weekend.. Was amazing on Tech 3 with Colin.. Never had a run in off track with anyone.. Everyone around, including his team mate like him.. well at least on face value.. And I believe he's got everything it takes to reach the top rung.. A little more XP is needed.. Do remember, Jorge and Casey were like ping pong balls in their first season..

IzoN

August 14, 2011 1:27 AM

MotoGP » Rossi plays down best Ducati qualifying


In this sport, top riders 1. Arrive, 2. Learn and grow, 3. Gain experience, 4. Start achieving, 5. Reach their peak, 6. Even out, 7. Start declining and 8. Eventually retire.. IMO, Dani and Casey are almost at 5 ie. reaching their peak.. Jorge is halfway between 4 and 5.. Vale is almost at 7.. My question to everyone doubting the golden child of MotoGP is: What if Vale, Jorge Dani, Casey were all at 4 at the same time?? And before you post off something lunatic, remember that even being past point 6, Vale got 2 titles against these kids.. And nothing against the kids, I love them all.. They are the future! Top notch, belonging to the same fabric as all the GOATS..

IzoN

June 24, 2011 8:48 AM

MotoGP » Yamaha: Red, white and wet


Catar = Qatar.. I'm sorry had to mention that.. Ben for me is the biggest disappointment of the year.. I had a lot of hopes for this season but alas.. Its actually not his fault entirely.. Untimely wet races, spanners in his clutch etc.. but he should have gone real fast at at least one of the races.. Dunno whats up.. Jorge is in a fix.. He has pushed it to the limit and is not in a position to challenge.. He pushes it over the limit and visits the gravel moles.. What next?? I guess settle for second?? Unless Yamaha can come up with some quick remedies.. Like how Ducati has.. I am 100% sure Vale is on a much better bike than he was at Silverstone.. He is comfortable on it.. And Ducati has a new gearbox, similar to the one Honda has.. Yamaha need something like that..

IzoN

June 17, 2011 4:17 AM

MotoGP » More surgery for Dani Pedrosa


Pedrosa is purrfekt championship material.. If only he would let go of Alberto Puig.. I believe the amount of pressure under which Pedrosa rides 'cause of Puig makes him shatter (no pun intended) horrendously in a crunch situation.. Puig wants Pedrosa to achieve all that he couldn't.. That's why you see him wildly flailing his arms in desperation even when Pedrosa is leading by 6-7 seconds.. My opinion entirely.. Totally possible that A.P. is the guiding light for D.P. but I tend to think otherwise..

IzoN

June 12, 2011 6:49 AM

MotoGP » Last row start for 'slow' Rossi


In my opinion the transition from a Ducati/BMW/MV etc to a Japanese bike is easier than vice versa. Japanese machines have always had an inherent nature of being usable by a larger clientele than their European/American counterparts. In contrast bikes like Ducati have a feeling that leans towards purpose built. Taking it in Vale's context, he has ridden a Honda/Yamaha throughout his prime years. So he is finding it kind of difficult getting used to a Ducati now at this age.

IzoN

June 12, 2011 6:43 AM

MotoGP » Last row start for 'slow' Rossi


At this level its the rider that matter the most. With the technological development that has taken place since the past few years the riders skill input has kind of diminished but far from entirely. There is a reason why the MotoGP grid is so small. There are extremely few who can race at this level. No matter what bike they ride. For eg: Andrea is a top level rider on the best bike right now but is not close to Casey or Dani. That is because he is not in perfect harmony with his bike and not the other way around.


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