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herewego

October 02, 2014 5:02 PM

MotoGP » Aspar makes Eugene Laverty deal official


I don't know why a lot of people are already thinking that Jack Miller is going to do well in MotoGP! He isn't exactly lighting up the world at the moment is he - his lead in Moto3 has gone right down the pan and it is his own fault. As for Eugene Laverty, he has much more experience and is good enough to be in MotoGP, a good rider, a lovely bloke and a good choice!

herewego

October 02, 2014 5:07 PM

WSBK » Rea eager to get back to WSBK action


Yeah, Jonathan doesn't want to be taking risks anymore. He has done more than enough for Honda, who have basically kicked him in the teeth if you ask me! Jonathan on a Kawasaki is going to be a real treat!! Don't really think Tom Sykes will be too chuffed though as he doesn't like a team mate who is a threat, and Jonathan is probably the last person he wants to deal with!! Personally, I think Jonathan is the best rider there, just needs the right bike .

herewego

October 02, 2014 1:23 PM

MotoGP » Maverick Vinales: I feel ready for MotoGP


Agree totally with this move for Maverick as he is a good rider with his head in the right place. Also agree that Jack Miller's move is not such a good idea and I think he will regret it.. Nothing more demoralising or career damaging than getting nowhere and that's what will be happening to Jack. Whoever thought of this hasn't really thought it through, or really taken Miller's overall performances and attitude into consideration - he is still a bit of a silly little boy!!

herewego

September 19, 2014 4:17 PM

MotoGP » Loris Baz looking for a ride


Brain, the scenario with Leon Camier is a classic example of him being discarded because of his size! He is putting in a belter of a performance on that bike, but the team have actually said he is too big and they don't want a tall rider! You can't say Leon is a crap rider because he is a good rider and his time on the tiny Aprilia bike in WSB when he was Biaggi's team mate showed just how good he was, even though he was massive compared to Biaggi. Camier even had to let Biaggi pass him because of team orders so if he can beat Max Biaggi his size doesn't come into it. Nobody is saying there should be a "one size fits all" rule as there could never be that, but there should be some way big lads can still ride MotoGP bikes .


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