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November 25, 2013 1:31 PM

MotoGP » Cal Crutchlow - Q&A: Part 2

Dont forget that among the trio at the pointy end of JLo, Pedrosa and MM, JLo was winning much more than Pedrosa did. JLo is the heaviest of them 3. And had it not been for his back to back crashes who knows what might have happened in the championship. He showed that the stop-go hondas can also be beaten by the fast cornering m1 despite brake/ acceleration disadvantage. The variety of winners also showed that there are stop-go tracks and there are flowing circuits in the championship series that will bring out the best of each style. Nevertheless, its also frustrating to see rules that try to level playing field but actually has a reverse effect.


November 19, 2013 3:44 AM

MotoGP » Nicky Hayden has 'loose screw' removed

Savage is right, he is not a successful rider. But he is a very extreme rider. I watched him at trackside in practice along with others like Rossi Elias during Hayden's Repsol days and he was spectacular, but spends a little bit more time from sliding in and sliding out. Also saw him train on motards with Biaggi, Hayden does wonders on motards. Spectacular, but not efficient like Lorenzo. Right up there in terms of skills though.

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