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amakusa

November 18, 2014 11:39 AM

MotoGP » Honda, Yamaha discuss Ducati advantages


Quote: Podium-less in 2013, Ducati did take three rostrums this year. However only a third place by Andrea Dovizioso at Austin was in the dry. And while the softer rear tyre clearly helped in qualifying, it often proved a disadvantage in the race, when Honda and Yamaha riders had exclusive use of the harder compounds. This is the biggest farce of the tyre rule. Dont tell me the experts who came up with the rule do not know u cant win a race on qualifying tyres?

amakusa

November 16, 2014 12:31 PM

MotoGP » Crutchlow 'fell at turn one, nearly landed at turn two'


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kma55: This isn't the first time he's chucked the bike at the scenery, only to get back on and go quicker. Tough rider.. broke a thumb, cracked a couple of knees, and then put in his fastest lap. just hope next year he gets all his crashing out of the way in practice sessions and not in qualifying/races.
That was his QP speciality at Tech3: Huge crash, stomp back to pits, back out and nail a lap with bits still hanging off his leathers and near-chunks missing out of the helmet. Before each FP3 LCR should try pushing him down some stairs at the back of the paddock - it will be much cheaper for them!!!
This on realy set me off laughing. I was imagining it in literal point of view. Cal really reminds me of my racing coach who is as hardcore as him. dont bother the rear sliding, dont bother about who is next to you, dont bother about the pain, dont bother about your leathers hanging off in pieces, just ride! And when you c


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