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April 15, 2014 2:07 PM
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MotoGP » 'I wasn't thinking' says 'distracted' Lorenzo


"Move to honda and give your seat to Maverick Vinalez" Oh no not another fast Spainard there must be a limit for these guys seriously. How about Jack Miller sure he's in moto3 but he's awesome and not a robot with a camera in front of him. Plus he likes to do wheelies and stoppies all round more interesting and probably has as much talent if not more Being with red bull though Yamaha might not be an option. Doohan reckons he has the talent to skip moto2. I doubt that but I also think Doohan kniws more about motogp than me at the same time.

V4Poweeeer

April 14, 2014 12:51 AM

MotoGP » 'I wasn't thinking' says 'distracted' Lorenzo


"Marc is making him crack big time." This to true, Marc is playing mind games just as good Rossi did. Stuffing Jorges fast practice laps lining up next to him for practice starts. Its all fairly subtle but we can all see the effect its having. Expect Marc to say Jorge is his biggest threat to victory in the next few rounds saying that Jorge will be the man to beat here and there. Mentally Marc has the championship in the bag already.

V4Poweeeer

April 14, 2014 10:17 AM

MotoGP » 'I wasn't thinking' says 'distracted' Lorenzo


"If he moves to Honda will be mistake cos MM is number 1 there and they don't really need him." More along the lines of if Honda offer Jorge a big fat pay rise to ride a repsol bike then if: He accepts Yamaha lose a title challenger for the next next season or two. Honda gets a proven alien that may or may not outpace Marc on equal machinery. He declines mainly because Yamaha provide him with the bike and support he wants along with a dollar amount to counter Hondas offer. Honda in that case take millions away from from Yamahas budget that could otherwise have been spent on developing the M1. Honda holds the cards and will make it as difficult as possible for Yamaha at every turn.

V4Poweeeer

April 13, 2014 1:49 PM

WSBK » Motorland Aragon - Race results (2)


Sykes, Baz and Kawasaki are simply going from strength to strength that Kawasaki is looking like the all around package good on a bad day and absolutely brilliant on days like today. My guess for Suzuki its damage limitation the bike can win races but I'll say its still lacking in sheer acceleration but on more flowing tracks Laverty will come good. Top speed wasn't bad either. Good to see Camier having some success just a shame Came pulled the plug and dumped their cash into Aleix E and Forward.

V4Poweeeer

April 14, 2014 9:53 AM
Last Edited 2 days ago

MotoGP » Podium is 'something special' for Ducati and Dovi


Ride of the day, unfortunately not for me that award goes to Jack Miller (sorry Dovi it was for me) still Dovi was a very close second. However I did not expect that whatsoever from Dovi nor Ducati. Yet Dovi was sick this weekend he said so in interviews and you could see the difference before and after every session it just looked like cr#p every time he got off the bike. Completely unexpected for me. Ianone as well to ride in third for so long was impressive aswell positive times for Ducati hopefully its not a false dawn. Then we come to Crutchlow why did you throw that soft tyre on Crutch you said you wouldn't then you crashed on it should stick to your guns man. I've said it before Dovi will get Ducati their first win since Stoner stepped of the bike. Crutch might be faster somedays but Dovi will make that bike seem like a bus parked sideways in the breaking areas.

V4Poweeeer

April 13, 2014 1:36 PM

MotoGP » Hayden: RCV1000R 'different to what I was expecting'


@fullofit Id say on average Nicky would be down 0.6 to 1 plus sec down on the front guys even on factory kit so over 20 laps he would be anywhere from 12 to 25 seconds down on the front runners so on an open bike to run 32 sec behind Marc is pretty much expected. Nicky was on average a 5th to 10th place rider on factory kit and being 32 seconds down in a race wasnt uncommon for him on a factory Honda. More power wont help Nicky that much nor the rcv1000r. It's a cut price production racer its not a bad bike but people arent taking into account whos on the bike a rookie, a man who's never found his way on a large four stroke motorcycle and Hayden who got beat by the rookie first time out and didnt lap much better on a full fat factory Honda anyway.


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