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July 09, 2014 11:18 AM

MotoGP » Dani Pedrosa re-signs for Honda

jorgebest: dani didn't deserve repsol honda in assen his race laps was almost 1 sec slower campare to vr and mm and he was battling with espargaro who have a lot weaker bike compare to him.a true champ is a rider who is competitive in every circuit not in few like dani that is why this froto didn't deserve a factory bike throw that idiot from the repsol honda and bring pol or a great champ lorenzo in repsol honda.
Would that be the same Lorenzo who finished 13th at Assen? The one who finished 64.6 seconds behind the leader? And is that the same Pol who fell off a couple of times and retired at Assen?


July 09, 2014 10:59 AM

MotoGP » Pedrosa aiming to ‘make up for last year’

Yearby23: Pedrosa has a brilliant record at Sachsenring, 6 wins across all classes, he'll either be the first to beat Marquez this year or he'll be a close 2nd.
Pedrosa 4 wins in the last 10 years in all classes Marquez 4 wins in the last 4 years in all classes. Brilliant? One of them is....
What the f!!! are you talking about? I am sick of all the Dani bashing on this site. Dani didn't even race last year Pedrosa 6 wins. 2 in 250cc, 4 in motoGP Marquez 4 wins. 1 in 125cc, 2 in moto2, 1 in motoGP Pedrosa fastest lap record and top speed 1:21.846, 293km/h
Since 2009, no-one has beaten Marquez at the Sachsenring in whatever class he has been in. I regard that as being a better record than winning 6 times in 14 seasons (13 if you remove last years DNS). It is not Dani bashing. It is simply results. If winning less than 50% is 'brilliant', how would you describe 100% success?.


July 08, 2014 4:53 PM

F1 » What we learned at the British Grand Prix

Firestorm: Silverstone must be cursed :P because usually a driver doesn't win consecutive races here. The last time it happened was in 1999-2000 when Coulthard won the British GP back to back. Even the great Schumacher having won there in 2002 and 2004, was out of picture in the 2003 event while his team-mate Barrichello was very hot on his wheels at the 2003 race. Webber came close to win it last year. After winning it in 2012 he finished less than a second to Rosberg in the 2013 event. After qualifying it looked that Rosberg may win it again but the gearbox...Anyway he and Lewis were on different strategies so victory was not certain for Nico.
Jim Clark won it 4 times in a row (1962/3/4/5), but then he was a bloody good driver and didnt need a car with a 2 second advantage.


July 08, 2014 4:49 PM

MotoGP » Marc VDS: No team orders, ‘time running out’ for Loi

FoscoJusco: Last year Pol was the best rider and won the title this year Rabat is the best rider and will win the title. Just wish in MotoGP it was the same much more the bike than the rider (although MM is a phenom) now.
Last year redding was the best rider not pol. shame he had that injury in philip island.t his yeat rabat is just the most experienced rider not the most talented.
West, Corsi, Luthi and Kallio all have more experience than Rabat. West won his first GP 2 years before Rabat had even raced in a GP.

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