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TheBoogieMan

August 17, 2015 10:12 AM

MotoGP » Crutchlow: We need more testing


FLtrooper:
Krishi: I feel for CC. He reckoned the LCR to be a true factory bike. That's how he judged Bradls performances. Well, guess again Cal! It's neither a 100% factory HRC hardware nor software and certainly no factory team with endless resources. Taking that li'l setback into account, Bradl doesn't look so bad now, does he Cal? And that's what's wrong with CC. He sees riders struggle with their bikes and feels he'd do so much better. Taking these guys more seriously and LISTENING instead of ridiculing they're analyses, would have made CC look less ridiculous on the Ducati as on the LCR. Since CC chooses to compare mileage: how many did you have in MotoGP, when you took on the LCR and how many did Bradl? Exactly! So eat your shoe there! Still a great rider, that I always enjoy to watch racing!
Cal couldn't even repeat what Spies did on the Yamaha WSBK. :)
No one else did ether though...

TheBoogieMan

August 14, 2015 6:11 PM

MotoGP » MotoGP Brno - Free Practice (2) Results


@Matty So what is his Problem? This isnt his first season in MotoGp, the tires Are not totally new to him, the bike is way more presise then the one he rode last year, it has more power, it has the factory spec suspension, factory spec brakes,seemless gear box... Everything he said he needed to get to the top...we are halfway through the season and he has made ZeRo progress forward, HRC and MarcVDS would clean out the Garage if they thought for a second it was due to his crew not being up too the task.. Their not stupid they have been in this business to long for that. Everything points to a rider who has peaked out talent wise and is totally lost on what he needs to ride the bike, crew chiefs and Data engineers are only as good as the info they are givin by the guy riding the bike. Look at crutchlow 3 totally different bikes in 3 seasons and he is still ahead in the standings.

TheBoogieMan

August 14, 2015 4:05 PM

MotoGP » MotoGP Brno - Free Practice (2) Results


MattyMKO745:
MrRoboto: On the live broadcast was told that the MarcVDS team will have a meeting with Scott tonight about the immediate future... Doesn't sound promising
They already had one meeting in Assen two weeks at Gamma racing day, where they talked about future events...
He better hope for a top ten finish or your boy will find himself back on the customer bike next season.. He was faster on it anyway because that bike is alot more forgiving then the factory spec RCV.

TheBoogieMan

August 14, 2015 12:09 AM

MotoGP » Smith ‘playing the waiting game’ for 2016


1050cc: Good for Bradley for not hiding behind a PR cloak and telling it like it is! He deserves the Tech 3 seat more than Pol yet he has heard nothing about next year when many contacts have already been signed and the season is past the half way point... Good luck #38
Remember last year Pol out rode Smith, well next season anything can happen.. Its not like Smith has dominated Espargro for two seasons. Thats what Yamaha are looking at when they hand out contracts.


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