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mrfill

June 16, 2015 3:03 AM

MotoGP » Espargaro: I’m a bit lost now


He talks about Pedrosa He talks about Rossi He talks about Lorenzo He talks about Iannone He talks about Marquez He doesn't talk about his team mate who is getting on with the job. If he carries on like this, Mr Yamaha might not be so keen to give him all the new toys and may even cast his eyes in other directions next year.

mrfill

June 16, 2015 10:44 AM

MotoGP » Marquez tempted by 2014 chassis switch


RealDrWho: Sorting out engine problems by using an old chassis? The problems can't be fixed it's the character of the engine and not the bike itself. Doing 6 or 7 laps and telling it feels better? I think Marquez had too many knocks on the head already his crashes except last weekend happened in the latter part of the race and not within 7 laps. Nice try but that's another fail/fall... Marquez should change his riding style too, Pedrosa rode more smoother and took a podium finish.
Perhaps Marquez is keen to win races/championships rather than be a runner-up. How many championships has Dani won with his 'smoother' style? And how many has Marc won?

mrfill

June 17, 2015 2:44 AM

MotoGP » Espargaro: I’m a bit lost now


martin.mm.108:
mrfill:
martin.mm.108: the bike is the problem, he rides like VR he's a late braker.... Lorenzo's M1 is designed for that terrible 250cc wheels in line style, while all these kids from moto2 are used to brake deeper and slide that thing around corners something the Lorenzo M1 will never do... best thing he can do is try Rossi's chassis, but it may not be enough.
Remind me, which bike is currently at #1 and #2 in the championship?
what does that have to do with Pol's riding style? are you dense?
As he is on the same bike as VR and has the same riding style as VR and VR is leading the championship, its a bit ridiculous saying 'the bike is the problem'. And that's exactly what you did say.

mrfill

June 17, 2015 2:50 AM

MotoGP » Points priority for Smith after ‘solid performance’


ampere: If Smith continues his rate of improvement and develops a reputation for being a solid team worker, with consistence finishes, then Honda will be giving him some consideration as a no.2 should Pedrosa decide to quit. Some will laugh at this idea but I think it is a possibility, especially if Ducati and Suzuki are able to stay at the front.
I reckon Honda will be after poaching Vinales first. However, there is another old boy in a senior team who has to retire sometime and maybe that team will be seeking a new protege as the current one has gone off. Stranger things have happened.....

mrfill

June 16, 2015 10:37 AM

MotoGP » Espargaro: I’m a bit lost now


martin.mm.108: the bike is the problem, he rides like VR he's a late braker.... Lorenzo's M1 is designed for that terrible 250cc wheels in line style, while all these kids from moto2 are used to brake deeper and slide that thing around corners something the Lorenzo M1 will never do... best thing he can do is try Rossi's chassis, but it may not be enough.
Remind me, which bike is currently at #1 and #2 in the championship?

mrfill

June 16, 2015 2:52 AM

F1 » Horner bemoans conservative tyres, wants F1 sprints


But... they are all using the same tyres and should be able to set up their cars accordingly. Pirelli are doing a grand job supplying tyres to a rubbish spec. However, why on earth they would want to stay in F1 baffles me as their public perception is beginning to be that of a rubbish tyre maker. And what Horner wants is not relevant. His job is to run his team and not impose his grand plans on us. Mr Horner, send your ideas to the F1 'Don't change your helmets' Strategy Group. I'm sure they'll be carefully scrutinised and then placed in the circular filing cabinet.

mrfill

June 16, 2015 3:11 AM

MotoGP » Points priority for Smith after ‘solid performance’


KnowNothing: I was very negative about BS up until the last couple of races. I think he's gaining respect through solid performances, not running his mouth off and just doing his job. To my admitted surprise, he is quite clearly besting his teammate at this point. Well done, hope others who've sharply criticized him as I did will take a fresh look at his standings.
Good words. I just checked his results this year. 8-6-6-8-6-5-5 I think we can deem that consistent. And consistency wins things. This year Smith has developed into a sensible and quick rider. Very much in the same mould as Pedrosa. He may not win much but he'll always be up there scoring good points.


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