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July 15, 2012 2:28 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo untouchable in Italy, Stoner off

Fine win by Lorenzo. He really is hooked up right now. Any one single person who praised Rossi's Leguna Seca overtake, but feel the need to slag Stoner, hold your tongues. Neither were clean racing, or a particularly good look. Geez Jimmy you're being a bit harsh. I'm sure he didn't play eeny meany miney mo to choose it. There must have been reasons between his team. Admittedly it wasn't a good race.


July 14, 2012 12:08 PM
Last Edited 1305 days ago

MotoGP » Lorenzo sets all-time Mugello record in final practice

This has to be the most infantile message board going around. A lot of people need to grow up. How about talking up your preferred rider and just go easy on those not so much in your favour. A bit of criticism is fair enough but some of the comments I see here could (and may be) posted by childish teenagers. Perhaps mandatory registration would help a bit, and maybe take out the agree/disagree option. It could maybe just be replaced with a single like icon (btw I have never used it). Well done to Lorenzo, he is looking super quick. I sure hope Stoner can find some pace, but it's not looking good so far. Edit- spelling.


May 30, 2012 10:25 AM

MotoGP » Casey Stoner: I love Catalunya

This was written by David Emmett in MotoMatters. Not that I expect it to stop the armchair experts, they'll keep spouting rubbish and hitting the disagree icon. "Stoner and traction control Submitted by David Emmett on Fri, 2012-05-25 11:31. The argument has been done to death, and so all posts discussing his use of traction control will be deleted. Here is what I know of the issue- Several people, including Nicky Hayden and Stoner's crew chief Cristian Gabarrini have confirmed to me personally that Casey Stoner uses less traction control than other riders, because his throttle control is more precise, especially in the last 9% or so of throttle. What looks like "pinning the throttle to the stop" is actually "pinning the throttle to the point just before traction control cuts in". The naked eye cannot discern the difference between the two, especially not with quick action throttles."


May 19, 2012 8:16 AM

MotoGP » Stoner: A weight off my shoulders

I wanted to stay out of this but two things really stick in my neck. a) All this personality rubbish. I'm guessing some of you watch the riders on the grid and have a giggle when one pulls a funny face at the camera, switch off for the race, then back on at the end hoping to see some ridiculous clown act celebration, then bounce into the presser and say,"It was a very good race and I am very 'appy". If this is what you mean by personality then you can have it. I'd rather see the rider do his talking on track and then give an analytical breakdown of the race in the presser. b) Marquez. He may well be a super talent but no one will know intil he gets to MotoGP. Moto2 is a rubbish feeder series. Sure it provides exciting close race racing, but name a spec series that doesn't. Virtually every rider that has stepped up from Moto2 as the next big thing has been nowhere.

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