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June 29, 2014 1:23 AM

MotoGP » Marquez credits 'calm' team for Assen win

Cant help but notice the absence of the resident electronics experts spouting. Perhaps they enjoyed the race. Having followed MM for 6 seasons now and recalling all the nay sayers who said he was dangerous and should not have got a factory ride, it is enormously pleasing to seee him demolish the opposition time and time again. Yes, we are very priviliged to be able to see a true master at his craft


June 30, 2014 4:59 PM

MotoGP » Assen Moto3 - Race Results

Yearby23: Another brilliant Moto3 race... Maybe a bit sp**** out front with Marquez and Rins but Miller and Fenati crashing out. This class this season is shaping up to be brilliant with 15 points covering the top 5 riders in the standings. Efren Vasquez is the only rider out of the top 5 who hasn't had a dnf so if the other 4 keep crashing he could take the lead and even win the title.... Emilio Alzamora did it years ago, winning a title without winning a single race all year, so anything is possible.
It's Efren's last chance to get the title. Next September he will be 29 and not eligible to race. Too old.....


June 30, 2014 4:49 PM

MotoGP » Assen Moto2 - Race Results

Indianbear: some one give him a decent bike he would win a lot of races
This is moto2. The bikes are pretty similar - some frames work better sometimes but the difference is marginal. Ant rode well in the conditions (as usual when its wet) but unless he can get some consistently better results in all conditions, he's unlikely to go any further, I'm afraid.


June 30, 2014 2:25 AM

MotoGP » Assen Moto3 - Race Results

@vilas As a Brit born and bred I totally agree. Rider/Huewin give the impression that their knowledge of moto3 (and moto2) has been achieved through reading through the results and pit lane gossip. Some of their comments about races make it sound as though racing as a pack is unusual. The fawning over Kent (esp from Toseland) is pretty tedious. McPhee is at least punching above his weight much of the time Note to BT Sport - Gavin Emmett is the man to commentate for the lower classes. Probably with Neil Hodgson as sidekick. Fortunately, the audio mix on moto2 had the jabbering at a much reduced volume and, bar the last 3 laps, it was drowned out by the engine noise. Well done BT.

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