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September 22, 2015 8:16 AM
Last Edited 16 days ago

MotoGP » Agostini: Five moments I remember most

Tomco: Ago was a true great. One of the best ever. He didnt just win on MV but moved over to 2 strokes and won on them too. He was also bloody quick rount the TT. Yes he had good bikes but was as fast as anyone else on equal machinery or faster and rarely fell off.
for most of his career the only one on equal machinery was his team mate who wasn't allowed to beat ago, his years where he won the bulk of his titles most others were on out dated nortons, as all the japs pulled out in 67 . yes he was good but the 15 world titles makes him look better than he really was. the guy that is the true best, is Angel Nieto who won 13 titles in the ultra competitive 50,80 and 125cc classes


September 16, 2015 7:58 PM
Last Edited 72 days ago

WSBK » Rea poised to wrap up first WSBK title

ianisme: It used to be a very exciting series. I think the big problem is that the main manufacturers are totally focused on MotoGP and Dorna have let WSBK fade into the background. Superbike racing can be exciting. Anyone watching BSB for the past few years could agree to that. It needs effort from the manufacturers and promoters and perhaps some of the same imagination that BSB threw at the problem a few years ago. As for JR, it will be a totally deserved title. He's headed a clutch of talented riders from NI this year and my personal hope is that he takes that talent to a top MotoGP team.
stop blaming Dorna, they have saved wsbk, it was on its last legs with the others running it and the grid size was the 3 years dorna have been running it, grids size is up and its not bias to ducati like the F brothers when they ran it


September 13, 2015 2:28 PM

MotoGP » MotoGP Misano - Race Results

nikisan: Rossi wasn't 'lucky'. You have to be stupid to think both Lorenzo and Rossi *weren't* staying out intentionally to race each other - they were clever to know that championship points are more important than risking for the win. Lorenzo made the mistake of pushing a little too hard so he could beat Rossi out of the pitlane.
Sorry but no, Lorenzo had already pitted and gone out on slicks while Rossi kept going only to realize like 10 seconds later he made a major mess up. Lorenzo smelled the opportunity and he was prepared to make Rossi pay very very dearly and decided to dial in the metronome from very first lap after pitting, he lost the front due to that because track conditions were still very low and cold front tyre caught him out.
Lorenzo lost the back, watch the replay

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