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March 28, 2016 7:05 PM

MotoGP » Smith to KTM means Pol’s seat safer at Tech 3

Will Martin: So Pol is in the Yamaha Junior Team (Tech3) to bring on talent for the factory team... Lorenzo leaves the factory, and Yamaha bring Maverik as an outsider to the factory team. Don't get me be my choice too, but Pol must be pissed off at not getting a look in! Even more pissed off when Tech3 sign Rins and he gets beaten by a rookie!
Pol hasn't done good enough to warrant moving up to the works team.


March 23, 2016 4:23 PM

MotoGP » Casey Stoner completes Qatar test

DamZen1: Both Dovi and Iannone will be riding out of there skins this year to keep that bike, Hows about a bit of fantasy here, Lorenzo and Stoner in the works team, now that would bring a lot of interest from the sponsors
Not from Lorenzo's side of the garage it wont when rossi left Yamaha the title sponsor left and Lorenzo didn't attract any big sponsors , it ended up a mainly Yamaha funded team


March 23, 2016 4:18 PM

MotoGP » Casey Stoner completes Qatar test

paisan: oooooh . .a test rider completes a test . . .big news
wrong. he's a fisherman whose faster than factory riders. not so often hearing that news, eh?
No Sweden. He was a very good factory rider. Someone who taught DP and MM how to tame the RCV. Too bad he ran out of talent at fishing and car racing. Should have known better. But sometimes I do think that he got a shove from Honda to put in 93 into MotoGP. He should have switched manufacturer right then rather than playing second fiddle at everything he did.
Clearly you don't read much about MotoGP He didn't teach anyone how to ride the RCV and he left the sport, it was nothing to do with Honda wanting MM93

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