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July 26, 2015 6:06 PM

MotoGP » Stoner, Honda talk Suzuka accident

As usual, there's no shortage of small people motivated to project their inadequacies by "bravely" typing vitriolic comments on their keyboards. Jealous, bitchy fangirls....pathetic lot. Disappointed for Stoner and his team, but glad he chucked it once he realised the bike was going ugly, rather than hitting the wall. I hope he heals quickly.


July 13, 2015 6:02 PM

MotoGP » Bradley Smith ‘shows another dimension’

Personally, I'm delighted to see Bradders live up to his hopes, and show the world that he is truly a world class rider. It's nice to see some of the posters above acknowledging their earlier doubts about his "worthiness", and accepting his performance for its undeniable quality. However, I'd like to see "Swiss Grudge" come back here and admit how comprehensively clueless his assessment was... Bradley is not equal fifth by luck or contrivance. He's made it on merit, and more power to him. Is he a candidate for Rossi's ride when he retires? Probably not, but that does not denigrate Smith's performance. I wish him all the best for Suzuka.


July 15, 2015 11:24 AM

MotoGP » MotoGP software freeze underway

News flash for all those posters clinging to the misguided belief that Rossi hates electronics, and would win more races and have more fun and so on without them nauseum. And everyone else needs them... Rossi was so delighted with the performance of his electronics and software upgrade on the M1 in 2009 (IIRC) that he described it as "almost like cheating!" That's a direct quote too. The reality is that Valentino Rossi loves winning races and world championships. Period. There's nothing wrong with that - it's his job, and he's proven that he's good at it. The rest is pure theatre and fanboy myth.


July 14, 2015 3:49 PM

MotoGP » MotoGP software freeze underway

It's going to be interesting to see how next year pans out when they're all using the control software...In theory, it should level the playing field. In practice, I bet it doesn't. There'll always be features and functions that one manufacturer can exploit more readily, and it will still be vital to have more really smart data engineers to tweak the maps to give an advantage here or there.

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