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Kwack636R

March 13, 2015 2:25 AM

MotoGP » 'Within a second' - Redding's target in Qatar


Within one second for the opening race of the season, new bike, new crew is a realistic target. If he'd have said that was his goal for end of season that'd be a different matter. Style wise, he'll do whatever it takes to go fast, looking good is a bonus. And to reply to the comment about the bike being upright with him hanging right off - that's the whole point. Get the bike stood up and onto the fat bit of the tyre to drive. The more you hang off, the less lean you need for any given speed.

Kwack636R

October 20, 2014 5:35 AM

BSB » Shane Byrne crowned 2014 BSB champion


alol: Bryne definitely is a fortunate rider, Always has been. Just feel sorry for Kiyo. Moral victor in my book
Balls, he's worked his way to where he is via scrapping it out on privateer bikes back in 2001. He's also lost out due to the showdown system previously and would have had it won before now this year without the showdown format. Plus he's had more than his fair share of misfortune with rides in WSBK that weren't what they were cracked up to be.

Kwack636R

October 20, 2014 9:32 AM

BSB » Shane Byrne crowned 2014 BSB champion


EmmBee1964: Last time he had the very best kit and was far ahead of everyone in pre-season testing but come the races he was nowhere. He deserves another shot (if that is what he wants) and I will be cheering him on.
Ran out of space on previous reply, can't remember where I read it but his kit that year as Checa's teamate was less than equal (allegedly).

Kwack636R

October 20, 2014 8:28 AM

BSB » Shane Byrne crowned 2014 BSB champion


EmmBee1964:
reinmacre: Despite the showdown, in the end the best guy won. Good for SB67 as he earned and deserved his fourth BSB Title. I'd like to see Shakey return to WSBK. He's of that caliber and on the mighty ZX10, formidable. I don't expect a move though. In many ways similar to Mladin in his run of AMA titles. Life's good in BSB, why leave? Bottom line, Byrne is fortunate enough to have a dream job making a living racing motorcycles. Must be nice. Congrats.
Never understood why it is that SB can't perform at world level. Twice now he has been there for a season and failed with the very best kit. Winning your home round is one thing but he never was able to put a year on the road together. Lets hope that it is 3rd time lucky if he gets another shot.
As mentioned in my above post, those rides weren't all they were cracked up to be. With bikes that were less than equal to his team mates by all accounts - can't rememb


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