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October 17, 2014 2:19 PM

MotoGP » Casey Stoner to test 2015 Honda, Michelins

herewego: It's a while since Casey Stoner rode a MotoGP bike competitively, so I don't think his feed back will as relevant as a lot of people will think it should be!! Stoner packed in racing for reasons that to me were a bit pathetic, but that was his decision, so why does he want to come back now and again, when he feels like it, to test a bike?? I don't get it at all as one minute he is slagging MotoGP off, the next he is back on a bike testing!! He won 2 world titles, not exactly mind blowing, so let him do what he says he wants to - nowt much !!
Are you high? Just curious. Seems so... Pretty good **** too from your comment. Many, if not virtually all factory test riders never ride MotoGP competitively. As in not once, ever. Secondly most riders that make it to MotoGP never win a single race let alone 2 titles. Yeah I'm pretty sure you may have a buzz going on. Stoner is one of the all time greats and I'm sure his input to Honda is hugely respected and


October 02, 2014 3:23 AM

MotoGP » Crutchlow: That's the boost we needed

DamZen1: Nice podium Cal, shall we name a bunch of Ducati pilots that haven't a podium trophy, naaagh. Ducati missed it here, Cals had a tardy season and not all his fault and probably because of his mouth or the shoulder barge he been dismissed, guess what Ducati? being politically correct isn't the way to ride a bike, its with the wrist and seat of the pants. It took Dovi a season and a half to score a trophy it took Cal half that and the same amount of time to be pushed. The Ducatista took a dislike to another rider for their love of the Italian dream and it appears the same mongrels are still in charge.
Crutchlow as good a rider as Dovizioso? Not reflected by the vast majority of results.


September 29, 2014 5:57 AM

MotoGP » Crutchlow: That's the boost we needed

vonich: It's normal not to get all the updates for if you are set to leave at the end of the season. In this type of race only the guy that makes the right decision and stay calm will cross the finish line first. Everyone deserve a thumbs up.
yeah it is, but seeing as they say next years bike will be all new, I don't see why they aren't giving him updates to this years bike if that's really the case
Well it might have something to do with that over and over with what he has said Crutchlow has shown next to *zero*loyalty to the brand paying his salary.


September 27, 2014 12:00 AM

MotoGP » Dovizioso plays down fastest lap

jimsingstuesdays: Here we go again - front rows filled with one lap wonders holding up the real racers. Surely the only sensible way to fill the grid is by championship position?. Let's have the free practise play racing by all means but on race day put everyone in their proper positions. It is well past time for world champions to be fighting to get past no hopers on the first lap while MM is gifted an even bigger lead. Hey man put away the pipe, dont you know crack is bad for you?


September 13, 2014 1:19 PM

MotoGP » Redding reacts to Gresini Aprilia deal

Realist: I want him to get the factory 213V so that he can put up or shut up. If he gets the factory bike, yet fails to impress, it'll hush all of the nonsense about him being able to take it handily to Marquez. If he does well, then it'll hush those who doubt(ed) him (including me....I'm just not convinced that he's THAT good). Either way, he needs the bike so that we can "see what he's made of" and move on.
Hey realist you need to get real! Why you have so much a problem with the best british rider we have had for 30 years? Wait ans see dude!
Very similar sentiments were said about Crutchlow. I distinctly recall Crutchlow being talked about as if he was the next Rossi. Not quite....

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