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tedleaf

August 02, 2014 1:06 PM

MotoGP » Cal Crutchlow leaves Ducati for Honda?


er,i just do not understand this. what are lcr/honda meant to get from the deal, obvious what ducati get out of it, about 20 working bikes next year. but lcr,why would they want an obvious third string rider for,he is rubbish at development of bikes cos he does not understand emoigh to be much use to enginerrs,mechanics get plenty of crashnrepair practice,but how many points has he got in his career so far,has he ever been on podium ? his nickname is crashlots with very good reason,i reckon so far this season he has cost ducati about an extrab400.000 euro per weekend. so someone pleade tell me/explain what lcr would evrm consider him ?

tedleaf

August 03, 2014 1:02 PM

MotoGP » Cal Crutchlow leaves Ducati for Honda?


look,what is all this nonsense about lorenzo and ducati ? 3-4 years ago,possibly,lorenzo looked like he might be the next rossi,and he wanted to stuff vale and rub his face in it. but he has grown up a bit after crashes,now realises that a]he is never,ever going to be populat with public like rossi,no matter what he tries to copy/steal from vale,b] the chance of lorenzo even getting half the records of vale now looks laughable with mm taking everything, c] only stoner ever did anything with the ducati,and all he did was thrash the guts out of it as if hr had the devil on his tail,very little style,plenty of brute strength and sheer bloody mindedness. d]lorenzo does not want another big crash,he has the guts now to admit that he was scared to push in some races,clever lad,so would i be,so what does he get out of going to ducati,what his one chance to upstage vale and actualy do better on it that vale,not a very good reason to risk podsibly looking even worse than valr after two years,th

tedleaf

July 10, 2014 5:42 PM

MotoGP » Valentino Rossi: 2016 ‘year zero’ for MotoGP


have been a vr fan since he was a boy.still am. the changes to the rules and bikes may help vale,but i still am worried that the actual reason why he is 200/300ths slower than mark,dani etc is down to vale being heavier and taller than the others.its been cinsistent same gap since he returned to yam. but i have my fingers and toes crossed that with the vale magic will be enough to take care of gap and give him a slight advantage over the others,,

tedleaf

July 19, 2013 4:51 AM

MotoGP » 'Dr Rossi' to decide Lorenzo, Pedrosa fitness


guna 4699. and thats exactly why so many folk will abandon moto gp when vale retires. lorenzo still cant get it through his head that no matter how many wins or championships he gets, he will never have the backing of the fans, like the yellow army. basicaly he has tried to clone himself on vale, he cpied his riding style and his win celebrations and as much else as he could, but he has no real character, a very flat dull bloke who has tantrums if things go against him, dani, well, nice bloke but quiet, and looking like a good also ran. it will be a bad day for moto gp when vale goes unless marquez or another youngster can inject the fun back into moto gp. otherwise you may as well follow f1 where anything intetesting happens after the race!!!.

tedleaf

July 19, 2013 4:34 AM

MotoGP » Edwards aiming to stay, no privacy concerns


colin, yer a nice bloke, give it up and go and spend more time with your family, it might be fun being paid to do laps but to what end, yer 40,go and do something else while you can, you are not going to heal after a big crash like the youngsters do, great pity and sad not to see you win a race in gp but its not going to happen now, go home, talk to the mrs and live a little, eat and drink what you like and want, have fun with your kids while their young, they dont stay like it for long, next thing you know is their all growed upped. good luck in what ever you decide to do, you were always the best non champion champion.

tedleaf

July 19, 2013 4:13 AM

MotoGP » Crutchlow: At the moment I have no job


suprise, suprise, no-one wants to give cal "crashy crutchlow a factory bike? that might be because teams like to have their bikes in one piece. at least at ducati he can blame the bike and most will agree with him, ducati have been a coffin nail for lots of riders careers, hayden should have gone years ago, not threatened anything for years now, another collin edwards, nice bloke, but never going to win anything ever again. crutchlow may just get a honda ride, but expect to see to see him on a red bike!!!, rather him than me, ducis still sound like a bucket of rattly bits to me and they dont appear to have got over their problem of being unusable by most folk. if we added up all the crashed bikes in moto gp for the last ten years, i wonder who would have the most. wonder what they would have to offer stoner to try and get him back, with no guarentee that he could do it again for them


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