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July 09, 2014 6:13 PM

MotoGP » Dani Pedrosa re-signs for Honda

RaceRoad: However, with contract renewal season in full force, Lorenzo’s manager, Albert Valera, has spoken to Motocuatro and explained that he has spoken to Ducati and Suzuki, but not Honda. “Well, the truth is, that in the end, the paddock is very small, and we all talk to everyone. It is true that both Ducati and Suzuki have asked me what Jorge plans for next season are. “We have not received any offers from Honda. We have not talked with Honda, nor have we received any interest on their part.” Sorry i said no contact, but forgot to mention NO INTEREST on their part. Sorry for that. but maybe motocuatro is just wrong
I'm happy for DP! So much for JL on the Honda. I hope he goes to Ducati. Let's see what he's really made of.


July 09, 2014 2:12 AM

MotoGP » Marquez tips Pedrosa threat to 9-0 quest

PorkPie: What he says makes sense, he is odds on to win every race, simples, yet Rossi, Jorge and Dani have all run him close, so he can't be certain of the win and it will be a good fight. That's all true.
I agree, and that's more or less what I was getting at with my response (I can't speak for everyone else). He's interviewed, and he has to have 'something' to say, especially when people ask him, "So MM, who do you think will give you a run for your money this race?"


July 07, 2014 6:37 PM

MotoGP » Rossi, Yamaha confirm two-year deal

Tetley: OK, you’ve had your fun about me saying that Cal’s 2013 results with T3 overshadowed Dovi’s T3 results of 2012, but here’s some stats Dovi 2012 average start position 5.94 Cal’s 2013 average start position 4.06 . Cal almost 2 places ahead. Dovi’s 2012 average finishing position 5.39 Cal’s 2013 average finishing position 5.56 . Nothing in it. Dovi’s 2012 Pole positions Zero Cal’s 2013 Pole positions 2. Cal 2 poles ahead.
At the end of the day though, poles and starting position doesn't matter. What matters is the end-of-the-season tally/position.


July 04, 2014 5:52 PM

MotoGP » Rossi, Yamaha confirm two-year deal

Codger: Tetley Crutchlow ? Don't you mean Dovi ?
I see where you're coming from, Codger, but in terms of the T3 M1 I think that Cal's 2013 achievements outweigh Dovi's 2012 results. True, Dovi is more successful on this year's Ducati, but he has a year's more experience on it than Cal has.
What are you talking about? In 2012 Cal had a year's more experience on the Yamaha, and Dovi cleaned the floor with him: Dovi: 6podiums, 4th in the championship, 218 points. Cal : 2 podiums, 7th in the championship, 188 points. In 2013 Cal had 3 podiums , 188 points and was 5th in the championship, how exactly do "Cal's 2013 achievements outweigh Dovi's 2012 results"?? There is no comparing Cal to Dovi as riders, the Ducati results only confirm the obvious.
I was wondering the same thing.

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