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SD500

May 22, 2012 9:41 AM

MotoGP » Casey Stoner: Why I'm leaving MotoGP


@bjr that kind of behaviour (spelling gives me away), the tax fiddlers are the low life that complain about the high rate of VAT or GST or whatever they call the sales tax in your locale. Income tax needs to be very low % (5 or 10 max) and fixed with NO deductions. GST/VAT/Sales Tax needs to be high 15-25% as that is a tax on consumption and catches the cheating scum who suck the life out of society. I am NOT a socialist, indeed my Brother despairs at my right wing views.. but right or left, the bottom dwelling scum suckers kill a society and its people.. I don't care that Honda spends squillions.. if they did and there was an effective Sales Tax, then we would all benefit from their overachieving agenda. and.. the different (maybe) set of bottom dwelling scum suckers drive great riders out of motogp, by the hateful spleen venting common to all scum suckers. tax cheats make us financially poor haters make us talent poor

SD500

May 20, 2012 10:44 AM

MotoGP » French MotoGP, Le Mans - Warm-up


@pcxmac and Don-R thank you for the response. but.... if it is just lean angles and therefore, just contact patch reduction in the dry... then that equates to adhesion...being unstuck by the aggressive delivery? yes or no? not contradicting, but it seems too simple.... if it is that simple then the lean angle reduction, resulting in less contact patch may be offset by the water decreasing adhesion. possible? however, as they are going much slower, does this reduced speed and therefore reduced reliance on adhesion offset the water? but.. if the delivery is aggressive, then (and this is a bit of personal painful experience) can this alone unstick that rear tire? is this where electronics play a part, reducing the aggressiveness of power delivery? Surely no one can actually use the full top power? and the last part of my series of questions (I am not making a statement, just asking what the interplay may be)... does the weight distribution not hinder a bike worse in the wet where go

SD500

May 20, 2012 9:32 AM

MotoGP » French MotoGP, Le Mans - Warm-up


@Stan what a dolt I must be.. there I was making a completely non controversial statement about wet weather races and riding.. wondering why the dukes do better in the rain. not liking wet races as people get hurt and frankly they stretch out and there can be almost NO DICING and lo and behold.. I was making a statement about wet weather not being what Casey Stoner wants. no idea how I did that, but I apologise.. clearly a rabid Stoner fan I must be.. let me see, owned Ducatis since 1978. desperate for Ducati to get a win... no that does not count... most definitely I am a rabid Stoner fan.. @Stan, you and your ILK, ... I am doing now what Bikenut said.. ON GOES THE FILTER and yes, I think someone else was correct.. it is an excrement filter.

SD500

May 20, 2012 9:23 AM

MotoGP » French MotoGP, Le Mans - Warm-up


usual wet weather suspects for this group. but, wet races are never 'exciting' unless you are one of those ghouls he awaits a crash. very sad this weather... however, well done Cal. showing you are the full package. the only thing I don't get.. and this really does confuse.. why do the Dukes do well in the wet? if as stated, they are light on the front, aggressive power deliver, evil handling, how come in the wet, where good handling is a premium we see them up there? yes I have both ridden and raced in the rain. set up is important, but an aggressive two stroke (which is what I raced and rode mostly on the road till I started riding Dukes) and thus the similarity if you like to the Ducati GP, is just a nightmare and one is waiting on a high side. what gives.. truly interested as I don't get it.

SD500

April 30, 2012 8:24 AM

MotoGP » Stoner denies Lorenzo for first Jerez victory


Ben Spies. Pick it up Ben! He has earned his place. He has had two bad races. I will not write him off after just two races. Cal Crutchlow has come on very well, this tends to show Ben Spies in a bad light but does not cast a full shadow. It is a longer season than two races. I believe Ben Spies will come through the form slump. Good racing needs Ben Spies on his game. Go Ben, still with you.


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