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bikenut

October 12, 2014 12:21 AM

MotoGP » Dovizioso savours ‘special’ Ducati pole


Codger: I don't think anyone begrudges Dovi his pole, do they ? I don't think anyone is whining are they ? I think it's more the fact that he wouldn't be on pole without the 'super soft'. Unfortunately for us fans it is more than that, he wouldn't be on pole if the top 4 had use of the same tyre. Dovi still deserves massive praise for getting the Ducati round the track so fast. The Stoner comparison is a bit wide of the mark too. Casey's 07 bike was the best all round bike in the grid.....Dovi's isn't.
That would be why ducati was first and second in the championship that year :) There are all sorts of rules in motogp to level the playing field so please leave out the ifs.....

bikenut

October 11, 2014 8:35 AM

MotoGP » MotoGP Japan - Full Qualifying Results


Evolution: Finger is getting Better and Better. Take that you haters Tomorrow He just need to imporve little setup in and then We'll see 46 on the top of the podium. Dovi well done extraa soft help him so much otherwise he'll 0.5 sec down to Vr Lap.
Yeah but let's not forget Dovi was on the Ducati....... Think no 46 would rather be on the yamaha than the ducati with soft tyres - it is what it is.

bikenut

September 22, 2014 10:32 PM

MotoGP » Is Jack Miller ready for MotoGP?


NineTimes: @Yearby23 What are you on ??? When did Miller outperform Fenati? For the first half of the season Fenati on that inferior Sat KTM wiped the floor with Miller. Miller was lucky to have the factory KTM which is by far better than other KTMs. Fenati, in the first half of the season used to overtake Miller with ease until KTM crippled him. By the way, that 16 year old kid Bastianini outperformed Miller if you remember, and he done that on inferior Go&fun KTM. I didn't mention Marquez wiping the floor with Miller. Go get your facts right. Ok Jack miller is going to MotoGP. But I'll tell you today, Jack miller will never be a title contender until MM, VR, JL and other new comers are present in motogp. and why is that? Because J Miller is a over-hyped talent and simply does not deserve all the attention he is getting.
If only the best minds at honda had your insight......

bikenut

September 23, 2014 11:13 PM

MotoGP » Ducati confirms 'GP14.2' debut


1MoreRound: It's kind of funny to me... the guy on the Sat bike gets the newest, greatest stuff- and the guy on the factory bike, with the biggest paycheck, gets the rubbish bin special to ride around on. I can't say I blame Ducati one bit.
I thought Cal would go well on the Ducati while plenty of people didn't, maybe I was wrong then again maybe he is just taking a while to adjust? Valentino had a year back on one of the best bikes in the field before he has started to get comfortable and really never got settled on the Ducati so we need to be understanding of Cal.

bikenut

September 22, 2014 10:29 PM

MotoGP » Is Jack Miller ready for MotoGP?


Think it through, he has nothing to lose - if he went to moto2 and did no good "proving himself" then he wouldn't get offered a motogp ride, I say give it a crack! Especially while he is young and keen, he has a burning desire to win at the moment but the brightest flames often don't last forever at the top, as shown by Stoner and Schwantz and Spencer. If he goes out and wins some races (once he has a competitive bike) then he is living the dream, he may even take out a championship but plenty of riders don't.

bikenut

September 24, 2014 12:29 AM

MotoGP » Is Jack Miller ready for MotoGP?


shamarone: Re: "Think it through, he has nothing to lose" Whoa, somebody's just revealed they're baby young to grandprix and were M.I.A. 23rd October 2011.
you are so provocative but I understand life is boring without a little conflict :) I have been watching since they were first televised, I also understand about the risks of racing, I raced in the dirt in the dirt and beach races and hill climbs in the and my mates on the road in the 70's then road racing in the early 80's in 250 production and formula European when police radar started to get too common. I understand the connection between going fast and dying on bikes and plenty of my friends went before there time. I could go faster enough to win races back then but when you are no longer willing to risk your life it's time to stop. If you want to find out if you are quick, race in a one make production event. 59 now but still ride a gsxr1000 on the street and a crf100 in the dirt with the kids when time allows. I Don't need to see a high profile racer in another country get killed to understand the risks.


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