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Indianbear

February 09, 2015 6:02 AM

MotoGP » Redding: I’m starting from scratch


Liam48: Let's stop being so hard on redding. Everyone seems to be forgetting that it is MarcVDS first ever season in MotoGP and they need to learn the bike and Reddings crew chief is from WSBK (Rea's ex crew chief) he needs to get his head around a MotoGP bike as well. The British public are so quick at beating down their own riders!
and australian riders

Indianbear

December 21, 2014 10:19 PM

MotoGP » Eugene Laverty: Opportunity knocks


Brain:
Indianbear:
Abefan: For all the conspiracy theorists on here slating hrc, open bikes, non factory blah dee blah, hiding to nothing etc etc..... Please explain how the system is flawed if Scott Redding ( not a champion in anything) can pick up an open ride for his rookie year, work hard, impress people, and then pick up a factory bike for his second year. Looks like the system is about right. ****s. Good luck Eugene, let's not fire it in the hedge too often or spend days analyzing the perfect set up. Do a Casey/mm and just wring its neck. flawed system = bikes that have no chance of winning = most of the grid
Pick any major racing series, and i will show you machines that have no chance of winning. This is not some anomaly that occurs only in Moto GP.
and as a fan your happy with this ,,its mostly all grid fillers

Indianbear

December 20, 2014 10:36 PM

MotoGP » Eugene Laverty: Opportunity knocks


Abefan: For all the conspiracy theorists on here slating hrc, open bikes, non factory blah dee blah, hiding to nothing etc etc..... Please explain how the system is flawed if Scott Redding ( not a champion in anything) can pick up an open ride for his rookie year, work hard, impress people, and then pick up a factory bike for his second year. Looks like the system is about right. ****s. Good luck Eugene, let's not fire it in the hedge too often or spend days analyzing the perfect set up. Do a Casey/mm and just wring its neck. flawed system = bikes that have no chance of winning = most of the grid

Indianbear

December 17, 2014 10:33 PM

F1 » Ecclestone calls for F1 power unit to be dropped


Dreadnaught: Pain in the bum ! The power units should not and must not be dropped. Whether we like the noise or not this is the future, F1 is an anachronism but it should at least try to keep itself relevant. If noise is all you require go and stand under the end of Heathrow runway, or buy a shotgun and blast a few clays, until your hearing fails. F1 was never intended to be a sinecure for dreamers, scallywags and no hopers. The racing was generally excellent, the technical challenges fascinating and new manufactures are attracted. The money spent by the manufacturers would buy the also rans several times over and they certainly would not be happy to revert just to bolster Bernie's pension fund. For sure that is all he is considering.
what racing are you talking about


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