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Ravsieg

December 20, 2014 12:37 AM

WSBK » WSBK Rider of the Year vote: 6th


Liam94:
Gary Rowan: Camier 8th - LMAO!!!!!! Badovini worked wonders on the Bimota, challening Salom and doesnt even make the Top 10.
No guarantee Badovini didn't make top 10, I gave Badovini a 9 (most I gave any rider)
I gave him a 8 myself. Not that the 2 I gave Giugliano seemed to matter much though. What's the point on being fast if the Ducati pit were left disappointingly shaking their heads about 90% of the races?

Ravsieg

June 11, 2014 3:15 PM

WSBK » Loris Baz - Q&A


Seriously. Giugliano has always seemed unaware that bringing the bike in one piece to the checkered flag would actually be a good thing, yet he goes on about how someone else is over-agressive. I'm pretty sure his team bosses cry every night because of the repair bills he put them through. How about taking a good look at the mirror before pointing fingers? That said, Baz' attitude is very good. He made a mistake, that's right. Was it bad to take your championship-leading teammate out? Very. But it wasn't over the top as a move.

Ravsieg

June 11, 2014 3:01 PM

F1 » Haas wants Patrick in F1 team


21 years later and American people haven't learned from Michael Andretti, who had the talent but flunked big time for refusing to move across the Atlantic except for races. Even other sportsmen have learned to adapt. Look at tennis for example. The predominance of the sport shifted to west-European claycourt grinding style, Americans refused to adjust and nearly everyone plummeted down the rankings. Nowadays there are some youngsters rising up the ranks, guess why? They're actually WILLING to try their hardest to learn how it goes these years. USA is no longer the center of the sports world and people who fail to admit & accept it are going to crash hardly onto the ground. Gene Haas is setting himself up nicely.


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