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February 24, 2013 1:41 PM

WSBK » Phillip Island - Race results (2)

Johnny Rea was horrible in both races,I thought Haslem rode the tires of the bike in Race 1 and had pace to stay with the leaders until the electrical problems emerged again then he got tangled in the Race 2 crash. Not sure what Reas problems were but thats not how you want to ride when the head of HRC is attending the race.


February 24, 2013 1:35 PM

WSBK » Hard work pays off for Laverty

Phillip Island is a MotoGP track and I think we just saw a MotoGPbike dominate both SBK races lol.Not to take anything away from Aprilia,Kuddos to them for producing such an awsome race track Weapon. Think Laverty is going to be outclassed by Guinters this season,Sylvain is a much better rider in the Wet and just as fast in the dry.


February 22, 2013 9:51 PM

MotoGP » Ben Spies hoping for 'stronger' Sepang II

@Realist your comments dont say much for the remainder of the grid like Crutchlow for instance..He hasnt won and probley never will win a MotoGP race ,his riding last year has shown he belongs in motoGP.Sadly this series isnt about the most skilled riders anymore like the 500cc era was.Now the Factory's build there bikes to suit a Rider they think can win a championship and everyone else riding that model has to hope they can adapt to that bike. In the end the tire maker can almost pick who they want to win..Bring back the tire wars and even the playing field.

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