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June 30, 2015 6:48 PM

MotoGP » Barbera: I don't know what Miller was thinking

Realist: So much for Miller coming into the class an showing why Moto2 isn't necessary. I wonder where everybody who were rampant Miller fans disappeared to? There hasn't been much chatter about him at all after he got into the class and didn't set the world alight.
The kid has talent but it's a huge jump from moto3 to MotoGP, I think this is a experiment by HRC to secure young talent ... Hopefully another rider or Miller himself doesn't pay the price.


June 26, 2015 11:55 AM

MotoGP » Redding: It’s wearing me down

nihi.swann.7: The bike was designed for midgets, no big surprise a guy Scott's size can't get it dialed in.. They really should weight balance motogp, like the other classes..
Yeah they should strap weight to every other rider on the grid because Scott Redding is a big boy.... Did MarcVDS think he was gonna shrink when they gave him the factory bike he needed to compete for podiums? He's slow on a motogp bike and was decent in Moto2 when the grid was weak, but oh yes he was heavy back then too and that held him back.


June 18, 2015 12:53 AM

MotoGP » Rossi: Stoner comeback wouldn't make a lot of sense

another93: I for one would like to blame Stoner and honda for Marc's and hondas failure this year and sound stupid. why in the world are honda developing bike around stoners ffeedback and testing, it is like building a bike around a rider who hasn't raced for a 2 and half years when the electronics and other stuff was not as much dveloped as it is today, and and then giving it to a racer who has to ride the machine like crazy , which stoner doesn't need to.
Yamaha use Colin Edwards sooooo........ LoL Honda also use Aoyama as their main test rider .... Marquez's big problem is Yamaha and Ducati have improved dramatically this season and he was already over the edge now he's wayyyy over the edge, Honda thought he could ride anything they gave him... They were wrong.


June 17, 2015 7:36 PM

MotoGP » Rossi: Stoner comeback wouldn't make a lot of sense

He was the most popular racers arch enemy.. He had the speed to beat Rossi and he did more then once, they didn't like each other and it went both ways.. There has always been a hero and a villain in racing..just Casey didn't back away from Vale and called him out on his mistakes. Rossi fans are hardcore and Rossi has earned their respect over the years sometimes they may have stepped over the line towards Casey but one thing you can't take away from him is he gift to ride a motorcycle. It would be greatto see him return right now because the grid is the best it's been in 20 years... But I guess that's up to CS

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