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markyP

May 07, 2012 3:36 PM

WSBK » Pirelli: Teams completely ignored advice


Sure Pirelli have been around a long time and it's only natural that they would defend their product and name for fear of repercussions, but the truth is that the decision should be left to the world class riders who have the experience in using these bikes and tyres to the limit. Like James Hayden said on BSB, Monza and Pirelli have been around for a very long time, surely Pirelli should have designed a tyre to cope with these unique conditions by now? Pirelli, you need to move with the times!!!

markyP

April 03, 2012 8:27 PM

WSBK » Imola - Test results [Monday]


@ Fergs: Good point. He could maybe follow Checa to see where Checa's good and where he's not so good and then make his move with a few laps to go. Maybe even ride smoother like Checa because he looks quite aggressive on the bike as opposed to Checa or Biaggi. But then again it might just be the bike's aggressive power delivery. Who knows??? Here's hoping Sykes clicks with the bike at Assen.

markyP

March 19, 2012 12:02 PM

MotoGP » MotoGP hopeful Elena Myers wins at Daytona


Hopefully she will win the title at some point, then go to World SuperSport. If she can consistently finish in the top 10 in WSS, 'maybe' she'll get noticed by Moto2 teams. If so, then maybe she'll get into Moto2 in a few years from now and hopefully make an impact. I'm pretty sure sponsors will be fighting over her signature from this point as she will be very marketable due to being a young female with decent skills in a male dominated sport.


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