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September 14, 2014 4:11 AM

MotoGP » Redding: 2015 options open at the moment

Autonomous: So why not Miller on the open bike and Redding on the Factory bike all under the MVDS banner. I personally think that Redding has a much better chance of success on a factory Honda than Crutchlow (who seems to have become a bit of a whinger). Perhaps had Crutch changed his style he would have done far better with the duke, he's going to have to change for the Honda. Good luck to Scott, lets hope he gets the break he deserves and factory equipment next season.
good point ...they always mention LCR


September 14, 2014 12:55 AM

MotoGP » Redding: 2015 options open at the moment

1050cc: "Honda have said they will definitely supply Scott a factory bike. The issue is who will fund it." Bet they don't. As ridiculous as it seems, they seem to see Miller as the new golden boy. Shame, Scott has proved himself this year yet will be brushed aside for the hype of a Moto3 rider going straight to MotoGP miller is not in the running for sat bike he will get open bike...vds will run redding in exchange for miller being allowed to break his vds contract to go to honda


September 14, 2014 1:00 AM

MotoGP » Moto3: Miller back in control with late pole

TrueFan: I was expecting a Honda clean sweep here...that's impressive. It's especially important at Misano to start near the front and get a clean start...the track is not all that wide. Don't where where Miller pulled that lap from.
He's a talented rider, I'm not surprised at all he's managed to do it. The Honda's are much stronger this year though and it seems as the season has progressed that the Honda is the better all round package. Miller's making the difference now as Fenati seems to have completely disappeared in recent rounds.
nick harris was saying that fenati wants honda bikes but because of rossi they cant


September 05, 2014 11:48 AM

MotoGP » Eugene Laverty evaluating MotoGP options

Realist: It is the tendency on this forum to put the cart well before the horse whenever a new rider comes (or is slated to come) to GP. They are always hailed as the next rider to challenge the front of the grid, but rarely does it ever occur. Now we're hailing another WSBK rider as the potential second/third/fourth/fifth/etc. coming, and the results will likely be average (if that!) despite him doing well in the other class. Eugene will be back there with Hayden, Laverty and the rest of them.
well of course he will be down the back with the rest of the grid fillers on crap bikes, after all theirs only two teams in moto gp

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