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January 28, 2015 10:16 AM

WSBK » Giugliano sets fierce Ducati pace in testing

shamarone: re: "he has found the missing part, consistency" wait. has...? or hasn't...? gonna need clarification. over.
if you look closer at the times he was doing, you can say he has found consistency... his first goal at the test was doing long runs, which he has done all day long on both days and often put his best lap during race simulation on old tire.. so putting money on him for the title could be a smart bet


January 28, 2015 1:33 PM

MotoGP » FIRST LOOK: Rossi and Lorenzo’s 2015 Yamaha

Evolution: Hope this year Yamaha is same as compare to honda. For the shake of the championship we want fight from the begining of the season not from second half of the season like last season. Hope these bikes have complete seamless, more top speed in straight, hard brakes etc.
Yamaha doesn't have seamless downshifts, but are working on that to get it as soon as possible... was confirmed today during unveiling


December 16, 2014 12:30 PM

MotoGP » MotoGP Rider of the Year vote: 10th

Stuey99: I think he's an average rider with great management. Beaten by his rookie team mate on the same bike? Lower score than he achieved last season? Most crashes by far of any MotoGP rider? Talks a good game but ultimately should be in WSBK and not on a MotoGP bike.
Pol is on a full factory Yam. Brad isn't. Not the same bike.
Wrong. Both bikes were the same - neither full factory. Maybe Pol was higher in the pecking order for new stuff but that's because he was higher in the standings.
only difference is that Pol has Factory contract, just like Miller with HRC, and Bradley, who is contracted to Tech3

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