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April 02, 2015 6:51 PM
Last Edited 91 days ago

MotoGP » Aoyama called up to replace injured Pedrosa

Greg Campbell1: I wonder if they gave Edwards a call? He'd certainly attract a few more spectators in Austin.
he has a Yamaha contract amazing isn't it, I got a disagree with a known fact lol Edwards has a Yamaha contract to test the M1 with the Michelin tyres this year my guess is you don't know anything about motoGP if you disagree with a fact


March 30, 2015 11:07 AM
Last Edited 92 days ago

MotoGP » Pedrosa: ‘I cannot continue racing this way’

info on the problem for the doctors on here with the easy fixes medical term for which is chronic exertional compartment syndrome (CECS). In the paddock, however, CECS is simply called arm pump To understand CECS (or its much more serious relative, acute compartment syndrome) requires a beyond-basic knowledge of muscle anatomy and physiology. Muscles are bundled in a strong, thin, not very stretchy membrane called fascia like casing on a sausage. Muscle use raises energy demand. An increase in energy demand is met by increased blood flow. Increased blood flow can cause a growth in muscle volume by as much as 20 percent, but because the fascia doesn’t expand, things get tight in the compartment. When things get tight, it’s harder for energy to get where it needs to go, so the entire limb starts underperforming. An underperforming forearm means an underperforming wrist, hand, and fingers.


April 02, 2015 6:36 PM
Last Edited 92 days ago

MotoGP » Pedrosa to undergo surgery, out for two races

Spinach: Sad way to end a career, unfortunately. I hope he has success with the surgery, but I'm expecting this is the first step out the door. Too bad for Johnny Rea in a way, this might have been the "break" he was waiting for. Of course, I think he made the right choice as surely Repsol Honda will be looking for the next young gun to step up, not a nearly expired racer. No offense Johnny, you have a few good years left, and I'm pulling for you. Dani has proven himself a great racer and pretty much a nice guy to boot. If it weren't for Puig in 2006 he would have had many, many more supporters. I feel he has turned most of those haters back, a true mark of magic. Best of luck Dani.
Rea had his break when he rode stoners bike a few years ago and was mediocre


March 30, 2015 7:31 PM
Last Edited 93 days ago

MotoGP » Honda: ‘We need to help Pedrosa’

locky: Pedrosa has won nothing in the premier class after what? 8/9 years-it says a lot about the money and business of Grand Prix racing that he still has a job at Honda-he is quick but he will never be a champion-as the Spanish say-"no es duro" And a bloke in his mid 30s can still beat all the pups - that says a lot about the "talent" that has risen to the supposed pinnacle of the sport. Anyone for tennis?
won nothing, go check your history he has won 26 premier class races(7th in the all time premier class winners list), yes not the championship in the top class but he has hardly done nothing. as for your last comment you, well you clearly don't watch the sport so yes go watch tennis


April 01, 2015 5:53 AM

MotoGP » Qatar podiums mean Ducati race fuel reduced

F0ul: So the next race will see a Ducati with 2 litres less weight, making them faster on the straights. But as Dovi showed, faster on the straights means going wide on the corners? I have a feeling that Rossi will be having a quiet chuckle as the world realises that Ducati will still have the same pig of a bike by the end of the season!
are you watching last years races lol because.all though the tests and last weekend the totally new bike is running great with just enough fuel for a fast lap or with a full tank.


March 30, 2015 10:37 AM
Last Edited 95 days ago

MotoGP » Pedrosa: ‘I cannot continue racing this way’

@bringBACKthe990s guess you don't read much about it he said (two previous operations on it already and a 3rd could make it worse not better, the doctor don't know what to do in his case) seems like there at lot of doctors on here judging by some of the posts here, maybe they should offer him help. "loss of feeling and strength in his right forearm" that doesn't mean he needs more muscle and there by more strength its the loss of feeling that is leading to loss of strength and not he hasn't got enough muscle. arm pump is caused by a build-up of blood in the muscles of the arm putting more muscle on the forearm can make it worse not better .

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