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November 11, 2012 8:17 PM

MotoGP » Rossi lapped as Ducati era draws to an end

How did Ducati not listen? The completely redesigned last years bike, which was winning when Stoner was riding it, at the bequest of Rossi and Burgess. They abandoned the engine as a stressed member. They built an aluminium swingarm when they complained about the carbon fiber one and then and built a new carbon fiber one when they complained about the aluminium one! They had at least 4 different engine designs. This year they redesigned many components after the first couple of pre season tests. So much so that the satellite Ducatis, which were the original 2012 design, were radically different than those ridden by Rossi and Hayden. I will take that 100 euro bet that he goes a second faster on the Yamaha as long as you pay 200 euro if any of the new Ducati riders go more than a second faster than Rossi's best of the weekend.


November 11, 2012 7:49 PM

MotoGP » 'Legend' Stoner ends MotoGP career on the podium

Here is my usual challenge that that nobody will take up. Show me an example of what you call "moaning" and I will find exactly the same from any rider on the grid. Show me a single negative comment from a commentator, blogger or MotoGP journalist about the bloke. It is like the Stoner bashers don't understand English. So you think Danny's win in a lottery of a race is anything like the class of Stoner's domination at Phillip Island? The wrong choice of tyres and when to change them influenced the outcome of this race, not the pure speed and skill shown at the last meeting. Beaten by a test rider who also beat the 2012 world champion and lapped the 9 times world champion.


November 11, 2012 3:57 AM

MotoGP » Rain to ruin Stoner’s final victory hopes?

Probably still too complicated for hectik so lets simplify it. Casey implied he could have gone faster than the other two on a waterlogged track. He said he may have won in such conditions and if the race had not been stopped. He said that past races have shown his superiority in such waterlogged conditions. At no stage did he say he would have to push the limits to do so. How does that mean he is lying when he states he will not push the limits?


November 11, 2012 3:50 AM

MotoGP » Rain to ruin Stoner’s final victory hopes?

Point out where he is lying Hectik! He always praises the team, win or lose. He says it as he sees it and does not beat around the bush. Watch for the interview with Tetsuo Suzuki. He says what others who are not biased and hateful know already. He says Casey is the most humble and honest person he has met in the sport. He holds him up as an example to his son as the type of person he should aim to be. I have yet to hear a single "moan" from the man's mouth or anything resembling a lie. I have yet to read a negative thing about Casey from any professional commentator, blogger or journalist. Only from anonymous nobodies. Saying he could have gone faster at one race does not mean he was going to be pushing the limits to do so. Or do you know what his limits were more than him? You must do to call him a liar.


November 10, 2012 11:27 PM

MotoGP » Major changes in store for Ducati?

Edwards has not been bagging the Suter chassis. Edwards problem is that he can't even change gear ratios for each track. It is the engine and gearbox he has had issues with. Of course Audi are stupid and hired the wrong company. The should have asked the experts first! Did I see another idiot claiming Stoner is quitting because he is scared of Rossi on the Yamaha? I will have to get next weeks lottery numbers from Stoner as he can see into the future and knew Rossi would be on Yamaha months before anybody else!


November 10, 2012 11:07 PM

MotoGP » Pedrosa rockets to record Valencia pole

Did Casey say the track was worse? No, he said there were more bumps than expected after the resurface. I wish the Stoner bashers would actually read what is said rather than make up fairy stories. Did he say he would have beat Pedrosa's time? No, he hinted, like 99% of the riders, that he would have found a better setup with more time. Casey has been 1st or 2nd at this track in 2007, 2008, 2010 and 2011. So when he says he could have gone faster with more setup time I believe him. But I doubt anybody would have beat Pedrosa for pole.


November 10, 2012 9:06 AM

MotoGP » Casey Stoner still struggling with ankle injury

Once again bolerob you are assuming the riders who fell were going faster than those that didn't. That is not the case. You assume they did something wrong. They didn't. There is a big difference between unforced errors and bad luck. The track was not up to scratch. It was not of MotoGP standard. All of the riders that fell looked at their telemetry and were mystified. Good to see you know better than them.

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