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June 24, 2012 10:49 PM

MotoGP » Stoner 'by far the fastest man on the planet'

Dr physics A good Question! a better one would be. Why last year did he win be the any margin he wanted and he did make no mistake he chose.If anyone was watching and I hope you were that was unreal.This year he is defending and taking less chances than last year.MotoGP has degraded the tires I wonder why?To take cornering speeds in and out slower why.THE Premiere Class now as you watch it looks more and more like GP2 very smooth,they say smooth is fast Im getting sleepy


June 22, 2012 11:59 PM

MotoGP » Stoner 'by far the fastest man on the planet'

OK I'm gonna stick my toe in here..It seems to me Stoner is the fastest rider ever.Looks to me as if they have Tires so as to make racing now a Tire management exercise.As opposed to a 45 min sprint.There are excellent tire management riders smooth wow?? .We have all seen were Casey is uhh a mile ahead then the tires go he gets pulled back.....were watching tire management not racing........ain't that grand! do we really want to know the best manages there tires?


June 02, 2012 10:42 PM

MotoGP » Stoner: Wait and see...

Who is the best rider ever?If winning is the yard stick Giacomo Agostini is.But the issue is rider and bike. in most cases it is for sure Bike and rider.There is a way to know it is by observation that is the only way to know.Even in that it is very subjective.What riders have influenced other riders approach to racing what champions have changed there technique to be like another riders.If you have been watching for many years you know who they are and who is influencing who.....and that's the real truth.So there you go

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