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August 02, 2014 4:03 PM

MotoGP » Cal Crutchlow leaves Ducati for Honda?

Not sure how it could be a bummer for LCR since Bradl has not done much in terms of podiums and pole positions even with a factory bike this past season. I do agree that Ducati wins since they would unload on Cal's salary and attitude so it will be a win-win situation. I'm sure Cal is more interested in riding a Honda which I do think he will consistently podium on, and should he get a factory supported Honda then that's even better for him which could possibly lead a better ride in 2016.


July 09, 2014 5:41 PM

MotoGP » Stefan Bradl: Honda, Ducati, Aprilia - or Moto2?

Bradl makes a good point. After all it's all about winning championships and I am sure that all the top teams in Moto2 would require his services. However, politics will come into play since Dorna is probably reluctant to let him leave the top tier to race in Moto2. I'm sure there will be back door dealings that would allow him to race on a competitive bike. Maybe Ducati?


June 24, 2014 5:43 PM

WSBK » Technical issues continue to stymie EBR

Give Buell a break since this is their first time racing in this capacity. they are a small company with limited resources and I do believe this experience will allow them to get better next year. They also need stronger riders I think but prying top riders to that team will be very difficult if not impossible. Anyways Buell is doing a good job by jumping head on in a very difficult series but they will learn how to develop their craft better as they learn more information and gathering data.

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