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PatrickD

October 07, 2014 12:47 PM

WSBK » Baz plays down Kawasaki team orders call


Baz not only toe-ed the line, but took the moral highground from Sykes, who has been whiney and ****y about his teammate throughout the season. To the extent that I would rather he didn't win the title this season. I'm a big kwaw fan and was delighted about last year, but Baz is the man this time around! Such a cool bloke. Tom should be glad that Baz is changing classes.

PatrickD

October 14, 2014 12:47 PM

BSB » Brookes opts to stay in BSB for 2015


depends on how much development the new bike needs. Maybe it's less of an issue with the bsb regulations as they are? I like Josh a lot and he gives 10 10ths all the time, which is why he's been off a few times this year. But we've seen how far back the Suzuki is without him, which gives a good measure of his ability. A worthy competitor.

PatrickD

October 13, 2014 12:49 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: I never regret anything in life


The championship needs a firing-on-all-cyclinders Jorge. I was never a fan in the early days of his career, but he stood up to Rossi and won, and for that he deserves great respect. He has humility now also, and his verdict on MM here is honest and gracious. We'd all like to see someone really take it to MM, and i don't see anyone in the world being able to do that that JL.

PatrickD

September 18, 2014 1:23 PM

MotoGP » Loris Baz looking for a ride


If Baz can't get a seat after a superb wing-man role this season, there's some severely poor people choosing riders this year. His mistake in crashing and knocking TS off was way avoerblown, and the points he has kept off the Aprilia duo are still overlooked, especially by TS. No Honda WSB next year? I reckon Baz is easily among the top six riders in wsb, and deserving of a seat on a competitive bike. He's probably the most exciting rider in the paddock this year, and knows how to score points with it.

PatrickD

July 23, 2014 1:04 PM

WSBK » EBR scores first points but with Pegram


I applaud EBR for giving this a go, when KTM are too chicken, BMW too cheap and plenty of others talk-the-talk, but that is all. We've seen ane enormous multi-national (pertronas) make a hash of this too, whilst not even producing a road bike. EBR have jumped in at the deep end and kudos to them for getting some points on the board. Their unconventional approach to some features is interesting technically and will help them establish an identity. What would you prefer? An aprillia engine in their own chassis? (Norton, anyone?) These guys are heros to me for really testing themselves and their products. Harley Davidson all but killed them, and here we are a couple of years later with their own bikes scoring WSB points!


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