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August 11, 2013 7:21 PM

MotoGP » Video: Casey Stoner testing Honda MotoGP bike

Nice to see Casey back hope he can get back to put the cat among the pidgeons. Myself am nearly 58 and still ride on the road and am now looking for a faster road bike. Shall I swap my bandit 600 for a big HONDA. MOTOGP is far the best racing of all. An I still don't think that people who watch it know what these guy's have to go through in terms of sponsors, riding, accidents, and HR publications. And how Jorge Lorenzo can still get good results after the last couple of crashes he has had. The guy must be commended for his bravery just like all of the other riders. Perhaps I should take up racing at the age of 58. Any willing SPONSORS


August 10, 2013 11:13 PM

MotoGP » Video: Casey Stoner testing Honda MotoGP bike

Nice to see Casey Stoner back. Hope Honda have a bike ready for him. That should put the cat among the pidgeons. Hope all the riders are having a rest and all the broken bone have mended. Especially Jorge Lorenzo. Jorge is something else after two major spills and getting in the points still. What a brave guy. Am glad Cal Crutchlow has got sorted and hope he can sort the Ducati out in time for the first race next season. I think he may be able to do something with that bike, because it needs a rider on it that fights hard. The only other rider I would have put on that bike is BAUTISTA. Because he has that type of riding style that would suit that bike.


April 10, 2013 10:29 PM

MotoGP » Qatar MotoGP: Rossi dazzles on Yamaha return

Valentino has always been the best racer on the planet. After watching him on the Ducati, I thought he was on his way to retirement, but after Qatar. He was just amazing. I myself have never Road Raced but at the age of 57 I have a gsf600s bandit and I am not slow on that. And I have never had an accident in 41 years of road riding. HOW ABOUT THAT THEN. And I do a fair RIGSBY Impersonation. Some years ago I was in the BARRY DITCHBURN camp at Mallory park and BARRY SHEENE was also there.. Perhaps I should try a few track days to see if I have the bottle for it.


August 22, 2012 10:45 PM

MotoGP » First DNF of the year for Crutchlow

Well you either have the goods or you don't. The trouble is that there are too many riders up for grabs. and the managers have to pick and choose to keep there jobs, so its very difficult all round, which is why riders like Dani Pedrosa dont come along everyday. Now I like Cal and he has proven he is up for a challenge. But its just like all riders you have to have a bike that fits and suits you plus you have to get the best equipment. Tech 3 does not get the equipment that Lorenzo gets so the Tech 3 yamaha wont be so quick. It is not Cals fault he cant win on that bike, and now I bet DOVI will not do much good on the Ducati. I would say that Cal needs a tough manager like Neil Tuxworth and even Carl Fogarty could put him on a winning bike. In actual fact I think Cal should go to World Superbike or MOTO 2 and try to clean up there. If cal could get on a Honda he will stand a chance of winning something.

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