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September 22, 2014 12:27 AM

MotoGP » Official: Jack Miller to MotoGP with Honda


LeisuresuitLarry: What sort of message does this give to guys like Jonny Rea who has won the Suzuka 8 hours, been loyal to HRC for years, waiting his chance in MotoGP only to be gazumped by a kid who has very little real experience?
Hmmm yeah Rea has been patient and loyal, bit like pedrosa - maybe the message is be a bit less patient? Don't think Miller is going to be waiting around for anyone, he is just going for it and that is what makes him hot property.

bikenut

September 20, 2014 1:22 PM

MotoGP » Official: Jack Miller to MotoGP with Honda


NineTimes: @Metalguru When did Aussies gave it to great italians?? Rossi?? he destroyed casey. Fenati? well, Miller is nowhere near Fenati's talent and skills. Bastianini 16YO? He already has shown his greater talent to that petulant Aussie.
Rossi verses Stoner .......oh no, please don't go there again :). Let's just say they are both capable of winning on their day!

bikenut

September 21, 2014 1:43 AM

MotoGP » Official: Jack Miller to MotoGP with Honda


NineTimes: One thing Dorna, Honda...etc are not able to give guys like Miller is TALENT. They cannot inject talent of MM,VR,JL to Miller and make him championship contender. Time will tell.
Relax, I am fairly confident Honda would not be showing any interest in Miller if they didn't see him as a good investment, the bike they are moving him to will not be competitive with the factory or satellite bikes

bikenut

September 20, 2014 1:41 AM

MotoGP » Official: Jack Miller to MotoGP with Honda


shamarone: Re: "I love it when big leaps are made...WSS to MotoGP, AMA to MotoGP etc." How 'bout death. Walking around upright, hanging at a party with your best friend, to 6 feet under. That's a "big leap" too innit...? Re: "It's exciting, especially when someone you don't expect to win, wins!" Anybody remember when Simo got killed...? boy was that unexpected, SOBERED our asses right up but good.
It was certainly unwanted, great viewing to have riders taking risks and pushing hard so he has been sorely missed, I guessed no one actually expected him to get killed but let's not forget the other riders complaining about what they perceived as his dangerous riding. Anyone who thinks motogp isn't risky simply isn't thinking and the more risks you take the more dangerous it is.

bikenut

September 16, 2014 12:35 AM

MotoGP » Victorious Valentino Rossi 'at the best of my career'


tedleaf: well done vale. oldest person to win yet in motoGO ? about time someone showed that these youngsters do not know it all. the yellow army will sink a few drinks tonight. glad to see that wicked grin again. tim.
Certainly one of the older winners and a great performance! Believe Troy Baylis had a one off Ducati motogp ride at Valencia in 2006 as a reward for winning the super bike championships for ducati that year and won beating capirossi on the other factory Ducati as well as Rossi on the factory Honda. Baylis was 37 at the time so definitely not a record for oldest win, there may have been others before my time I am not aware of........

bikenut

September 16, 2014 9:22 PM

MotoGP » Victorious Valentino Rossi 'at the best of my career'


arizona: Key to Rossi's win was being tenacious with Marquez, every time Marquez thought he had the job done on Rossi, Rossi just kept coming back, that is the way to race the youngster he then will make a mistake as his natural ride is to be on the edge all of the time. Think the consensus is JL was on the wrong front tyre. Anyway congratulations to Rossi on Breaking 5000 points.
Key to Rossi's win was being up at the pointy end every race! An opportunity arose at this meeting and Rossi took it


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