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July 18, 2012 6:37 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo to Ben Spies: Stay calm and focused

My thoughts for next year in the whole World Superbikes and MotoGP drama is: BMW = Melandri, Spies Ducati Althea = Hayden (If Checa does leave to either Aprilia or Kawasaki as rumoured), Haslam?? Ducati (MotoGP) = Crutchlow, Redding Yamaha = Lorenzo, Rossi (Sponsor Money too much to turn away) Tech 3 = Dovi, Smith San Carlo Gresini = Iannone (if bautista doesnt keep ride)


July 17, 2012 11:54 PM

MotoGP » Set-up progress for Crutchlow, Dovizioso

Apparently rumours are Spies is linked back to WSB on a Haslams BMW next year. Rossi's Sponsors are prepared to pay Yamaha Big Money to see there man back on a Factory Competitive bike next year at Yamaha which could swing in Rossi's favour as Yamaha don't have a big main sponsor in GP and would welcome Rossi's sponsor money with open arms. Which then leaves Hayden and Crutchlow at Ducati and Bradley Smith and Dovi on Tech 3


July 14, 2012 11:11 AM

MotoGP » Lorenzo sets high standard at Mugello

As stated you can have all the power and straightline speed but if you don't have the handling of the bike then you won't win. There's more corners on a race track then there is long straights. Proof is in the pudding. Ducati's are really fast in straight line as this weekend proved but when it comes to the corners they lack severly. Yamaha's might not be quickest in straight line but doesnt matter too much as there corner speed is soo impressive and drive out of corners

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