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May 14, 2014 10:23 AM

MotoGP » Marc Marquez extends Honda MotoGP contract

Guys like I said in another post of course he signed who else could offer him the type of money and bike he is on ?answer nobody ,as I have said many many times on here these guys are in GP for one reason MONEY thats what it is all about just like every other sport,its like all the posters on here bagging Crutchlow are you guys for real would you stay on a bike that you know you will never win a race on like Tec3 or go to a factory and get 10 times the money even though you know you are unlikely to win there either of course you would.its like all the other guys off contract this year they will go to who ever offers them the most MONEY just ask yourself this question why did rossi go to Ducati do you think he went there to win races anybody that thinks that is dumber than I thaught.


May 14, 2014 9:00 AM

MotoGP » Marquez wary of weather, rivals heading to Le Mans

To all the guys saying MM should ride another bike to prove how good he really is well I have news for you guys the reason MM will not leave Honda is MONEY simple, no other team could offer MM the deal he is on now so why would he leave? ask yourself this question why did rossi leave Yam and go to Ducati? was it (A) to win races or (B) for MONEY no prizes for guessing the answer,and why did stoner leave Duc and go to Hon yep you guessed it again MONEY but to be fair to him he turned down a 16 mil contract for another year because he acheived what he wanted to do and he has his feet up now with a beautiful wife and child enjoying life no doubt about us Aussies we know how to enjoy life LOL.


May 07, 2014 1:00 AM

MotoGP » Marquez: Very positive conclusions

@V4 I agree with you while I dont think stoner was as good he was the closest to Hailwood I have also seen I have said it many times his ride in Catly Spain in 2007 was the closest ride to Hailwood I have ever seen by any rider I would say that ride was the best ride of stoners career. On MM there is no doubt he is a class rider but like a lot of posters on here I want to see him on a lower grade bike to see what he can do like when rossi went to Ducati he was a total failure would MM be any better we will probably never know because I dont think any other factory will outbid Honda to get him,and like ALL riders he will stay where he is untill that happens like we say money talks BS walks


May 07, 2014 8:03 AM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: Soft tyre better for our bike

@Guna4699 and lexis TalentFan just beat me to it,Guna I am not trying to be smart what gets up my nose is when I see posts on here saying the rider is a great developer I am not knocking the rider but most of them left school at around 16 they did not even do high school Maths, so when they tell the Engineer that the bike is doing something wrong do you guys understand the amount of calculation involved in trying to fix even the smallest problem ,most of these guys done 4 years at Uni and even then teams like Honda would only pick the very best mostly the ones that got Honors passes what "TalentFan" said is pretty spot on,so guys I am not having a go at you or the riders but please think about what you are saying because the work that Engineers do to get these bikes to run the way they are now is huge,the bike MM is on now is one of the best pices of engineering I have ever seen I am not saying MM is a bad rider but as "TalentFan" says get rid of some of the sensors and then let us s


May 07, 2014 9:02 AM

MotoGP » Crutchlow: All this hard work for three sh*t laps

Hey whats all this bagging Cal jez when rossi went there he was going to show everybody how the Duc should be ridden he bagged Duc that much they built him a new bike from the ground up and still won nothing and in the end walked out with 30 mil all for a couple of podiums so I say give Cal 2 yrs and see how he goes I bet he wont walk out with 30 mil some people have all the luck

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