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November 27, 2015 2:27 PM

MotoGP » Laverty breaks wrist in testing fall

Yearby23: Lets hope it isn't the scaphoid. If so it's bye bye career.
What are you talking about? These guys get the very best in surgery and rehab, there are plenty of riders who have suffered a broken scaphoid and continued their careers, including a certain Casey Stoner who broke his in 2003 and never got it properly sorted until 2008/9. It's probably the most common broken bone in motorcycle racing.


December 09, 2015 3:21 PM

MotoGP » ‘Uncertainty’ fuelled polemic after Rossi, Marquez clash

What a load poop some folks write, they were absolutely correct to penalise Rossi (he should have been DQ'd IMO) He may be one of the best ever, certainly of his era, but he is also the most calculating ruthless and dirty rider I've seen in the 30 odd years I've been following GP. Marquez, Stoner, Melandri, Gibernau all come to mind as being on the end of dirty riding tactics by Rossi, there are probably more I've forgotten. Regardless of what you think happened, Rossi's own lap times disprove he was being held up, he was no faster after he ended MM race than he was over the 6 laps before, that is a fact proven by the timing sheets, and anyone can go and check them. At the end of the day it was up to Rossi to beat his competitors, especially Jorge Lorenzo, something he failed to do, and he can blame no one but himself for the fact he couldn't!


December 07, 2015 2:38 PM

MotoGP » Ducati not worried by loss of concessions

Painless: @SoSlo Being excluded from using the hard tire was not an advantage.
A valid point, if not at every track. However, softer tyres would definitely have helped with qualifying and they should have moved forward in races before softer tyres went off, and to be fair we never saw much evidence of either of those things happening. I have more expectation of KTM making a better fist against the Japanese as they are being different by using a trellis frame, the same type of frame that Ducati used to win a title, one Ducati know all about and should have stuck with, while developing the carbon bike.


December 07, 2015 6:57 AM

MotoGP » Ducati not worried by loss of concessions

Frankly speaking Ducati did nothing when they had ALL the advantages, I don't see anything changing when they will have none. The only advantage Ducati will have is the previous use of the spec ECU and it wont take the others long to suss that out. The Honda looked every bit as fast as the Ducati last year and the Yamaha wasn't that far behind either, both using less fuel. I said it before, you are not going to come out with a copy of a Japanese GP bike and beat the 50 years of development/refinement they have put into that product.


December 03, 2015 4:48 PM

F1 » Red Bull dropping more TAG-engine branding hints

107SS2009: As the regulations stand and unless they are rewritten RBR cannot “take development in-house” of somebody’s else designed and manufactured engine, only the manufacturer can homologate an engine, and only its manufacturer can develop it. Sticking name stickers to valve covers does not work, according to the regulations as are up to this day.
Rules and regulations only exist to be bent, broken or circumvented. I would have thought you had learned this lesson by now 107.


November 16, 2015 8:34 AM

F1 » Hamilton: Car has changed since Singapore

tellboy: 3 x champ don't act like it
...and how pray tell does a 3 x Champion act?
with a bit of dignity and humility.....attributes that are sadly lacking with lulu!
As I've said before, you can take the scrote out of Stevenage, but you can't take Stevenage out of the scrote. He's a ned, always will be, end of. Look it up in the urban dictionary if you need to.

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