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May 28, 2013 7:33 PM

RR » TT 2013: Japan's Yoshinari Matsushita killed in practice

@duck duckey i hear what you are saying but its not all about big balls. the tt is and had always been the blue riband road racing event. it is about skill,passion,fun, and enjoyment of the sport we all love. my grandfather was a tt winner, back before i was born, but my family have always had a connection to the tt every year whether it be racing or spectating. i have never been good enough to even compete, but most years i head over and enjoy the spectacle. this year, due to work, i am a tv tt spectator, but i hope for a safe tt for all the brave pilots involved. yes, there may be another tragedy, god forbid, but it is not the fault of the tt. the same as a crash on the m6 is not the fault of the m6. safe racing to all.


May 27, 2013 11:42 PM

RR » TT 2013: Japan's Yoshinari Matsushita killed in practice

just announced then tragically taken away. i can speak from experience of family members winning and of course losing in such a tragic way at the tt. but we all do it because we love it, it is a passion in your soul. it may be no consolation to his family, but he did not die a sad, unfullfilled man. he died a brave man and i hope he will be remembered as such. rip.


May 27, 2013 4:09 PM

MotoGP » 2014 Yamaha MotoGP engine lease 'not CRT'

i give up trying to understand gp these days. i have an idea. what about we have say, some bike manufacturers that make prototypes, like ducati, yamaha, honda, suzuki, kawasaki, etc... then the manufacturers put pilots on these prototypes and they race each other! or maybe we could have some prototypes, some teams that lease engines, maybe in the future other teams that lease engines but wont be in the same category. that might be easier. zzzzzzzzzzz

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