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November 17, 2013 12:00 PM

MotoGP » de Puniet to concentrate on Suzuki MotoGP tests

Randy is IMHO the most overrated rider on the MotoGP grid. Occasionally he's fast, but he's inconsistent. His inconsistency means he doesn't even make a good development rider. A good development rider can put in the same lap again and again, meaning that the engineers can see what difference each change makes. If Suzuki want to be competitive they need to be looking to sign top riders at the top of their game. Not also rans like Randy. Or indeed Spies.


October 07, 2013 3:52 PM

MotoGP » Moto2: Gino Rea to replace injured Moncayo

Gino needs to get himself a proper ride somewhere next year. Unfortunately although he is showing true ambition and love for the sport this year riding around for no points is doing his career prospects no good. He'd be get more attention with a decent ride and some race wins in a national championship than he will as a privateer. Hopefully these next three races will net some decent results and get him noticed for a decent ride next year.


October 06, 2013 10:10 PM

MotoGP » Moto2: Danny Kent to leave Tech 3

@Butter running a MotoGP team is considerably more expensive than running a cycling team. Especially when the cycling team gets part of it's funding from British Cycling. Can't see the ACU fronting up a big chunk of budget for such a team, but then why should they? They don't get funding from central government or the lottery the way British cycling do.


October 06, 2013 10:07 PM

MotoGP » Moto2: Danny Kent to leave Tech 3

Well out of it. The Mistral is a disaster and going backwards against the opposition. I've heard it said that Tech3 don't have the budget to develop the bike, but that's no excuse. They have the budget to run two M1s in MotoGP, but not enough budget to make a Moto2 bike competitive? If they can't afford to enter both series competitively then maybe they should pull out of Moto2 rather than taking good riders and giving them crap bikes.


October 03, 2013 4:56 PM

MotoGP » Laverty hoping to finalise 2014 plans

Whatever you do don't go to Ducati, especially not Pramac. Once again Ducati are telling us they will have the bike sorted for next year, but so far this season they have made no inroads into Honda and Yamaha's advantage. It's obvious that the much vaunted lab bike has seen very little by way of new parts, and yet earlier in the year we were led to believe that the lab bike was the development mule for 2014 parts. As such it seems clear that the 2014 bike will not be the big step up from the 2013 machine that it needs to be. Aprillia OTOH seem to be heading very much in the right direction. Unless of course Aleix Espargaro is the ultimate alien.


October 01, 2013 11:26 AM

MotoGP » Marquez, Pedrosa summoned by Race Direction

#1 Clearly the Honda's sensor/cable is badly placed or too delicate. Why not connect it to the gearbox output shaft? #2 This really calls BS on those "experts" who tell us that the top riders traction control is set to do almost nothing. It needs to be dumped. MotoGP takes a lead from F1 in all sorts of ways, lets also take a lead on the electronics. Drop traction and wheely control and let rider skill decide the outcome.


September 23, 2013 1:25 PM

RR » Dunlop stuns Guy Martin with Gold Cup triumph

Maybe his geography isn't up to much, but in what way does dunlop think Scarborough is in Martin's back yard? Got to be a couple of hours drive away. But seriously what's this report doing in the road racing section in the first place? The Mount is a short circuit. And no it's not a race on public roads, the Mount's roads are private, but permissively opened to the public. Likewise I can't figure out what all the EWC stuff is doing under road racing.

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