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August 12, 2015 12:03 AM

MotoGP » Pedrosa sets sights on first win of 2015

madh4tt3r: I said from the start of his MotoGP career, he is too small to man handle this bike. He is an amazing rider, and the best on his day(when he has his days) but because of his height and weight it is nearly impossible for him to challenge for a full season, and he is starting to get older, so its only going to get harder for him to bag that championship.
This is what you guys said about him as soon as the switch to 1000cc's happened, then he rattled off wins and was still on the podium. He isn't too small to handle the bike. If he's too small, what does that say about the other riders that are close to his size and can't get results (or the guys who are larger and can't get the same results)? He hasn't challenged for a full season due to injury after injury, not an inability to ride the bike.


August 12, 2015 5:16 PM

MotoGP » Dovizioso talks Ducati 20-second deficit

grantrd: There was a time when Grand Prix racing never had any electronic aids and there were multiple tyre manufacturers..... But Honda and Yamaha still made everyone look silly.....they have been doing so for the last 40 years no matter how much the rules are changed or they have their hands tied.....
Exactly! People act like multiple tires will change things. Honda and Yamaha are just on top of things.


August 12, 2015 6:18 AM

MotoGP » Poncharal: Smith has raised some eyebrows…

1MoreRound: I would like to see what Smith could do on Pols bike. PE has been highly disappointing this year to say the least on a factory ride.
How many times do we have to repeat that Pol is NOT ON A FACTORY M1??? He is a factory contracted rider. He's on a satellite T3 bike that is the same as Smith's, except for a newer frame because he wrecked his other frame. Newer doesn't necessarily mean better either. Herve has explained this. Some of you guys don't pay attention.


August 11, 2015 7:22 PM

MotoGP » ‘Loose rear feeling’ puts Redding outside top ten

ampere: In fairness, I would also add that I think Redding is much better than his current results. I look forward to seeing some of his obvious flair for racing before the season is out, even if the turnaround required is a huge one. I just don't think he will ever be troubling the 'aliens'. Let's hope I am wrong.
..and that's a fair opinion. I have said similar things about the sense that, with regards to this current grid, I don't see him getting any further up the chain. Once some of the top guys leave, he may have a shot at being further up front regularly.

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