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V4Poweeeer

July 26, 2014 4:31 AM

MotoGP » 2015 MotoGP rider line-up so far


"Bradley might get another chance by default! If he does, he'd better make the most of it!" Not in Herves opinion he's severely underperforming and can't handle the pressure thats Herves opinion. "Aspar boot Hiroshi Aoyama and give Camier a honda. Aoyama is fast but not consistant as late" He will keep his ride Honda will want to keep a Japanese rider in motogp for as long as possible. Lets see how Camier does first though it should be interesting to see how he does.

V4Poweeeer

July 26, 2014 4:50 AM

MotoGP » 2015 MotoGP rider line-up so far


"Pramac - Bradl (Hernandez has been in the team for a while)" Not likely Bradl is rumored to be in talks with Forward racing to replace Aleix or Colin due to both seats being available next season. Bautista won't retain the factory Honda Redding gets that ride by default apparently. HRC wants Miller on the LCR bike and the decision looks set to not be that of Chechinellos.

V4Poweeeer

July 26, 2014 1:28 AM

MotoGP » Schwantz urges early Suzuki MotoGP debut


Hmm stay with Forward Yamaha for A Espagaro??? To think about Pol has given up on his factory ambitions for the moment because Yamaha and Jorge are squabbling over pennies. I said it some time ago Suzuki will get an established gp rider like A Espagaro, Buatista or Bradl and a young gun cue Vinales. It's reported that Miller may replace Bradl at LCR this will not be Chechinellos decision its a decision made by HRC they want Miller imo they don't want to lose another fast Aussie they know how good those guys are at winning titles on Hondas Doohan, Gardner and Stoner they don't want him riding against them. Bradl is rumored to be in for the FTR Forward Yamaha ride next season, Redding replaces Bautista on the factory bike, Bautista??? Also A Espagaro has to be bought out of his contract with Forward remember that loan he got for 600, 000 euros or whatever it was.

V4Poweeeer

July 25, 2014 2:39 AM

MotoGP » Leon Camier steps in for healing Hayden


"2015 WSBK rules are not exactly the same as this year's EVO rules. Overall the bikes should be a bit more adjusted and probably quicker. (somewhere between this year's "pure" WSBKs and EVOs ???)" Compromise is the right term the rules are a compromise between what the factory efforts want amd what the privateer teams want. Imo if Aprilia steps up to gp next season will they pack up shop in wsbk I think they would have to. Ducati would be happy to run a Carlos Checa Althea style structure again that air restrictor already hampers any engine mods they make anyway. Imo leaving Kawasaki as the only full fat factory bike in a one horse race not an interesting situation for me. I maybe wrong but Kawasaki may get pigeonholed and be forced into gp noboby wants to watch unless they are properly challenged. Camier he has done something that De Puniet and Pirro didn't do and that's stay race fit which is more imoirtant than do laps around a test track and involving yourself heavily in the

V4Poweeeer

July 25, 2014 3:05 AM

MotoGP » Moto3: Miller marks himself ‘five out of ten’


"He thanked his team EVERY race no matter the result. He only ever mentioned factual problems with the bike which is what is expected when somebody asks you how it is going." When your dubbed the man incapable of developing a bike and was said to have totally destroyed the Ducati and sent it back 10 years behind in its development cycle you were not allowed to criticize the bike in any way. If you were the one dubbed the Doctor you were the only one allowed to criticize the bike due to your god like motorcycle development skills completely neglecting the true hero's in Furusawa and JB. Not saying Rossi neglected to thank them for his success most of his fans put the bikes competitive nature down to Rossi more so than the true motorcycle development geniuses. By default no other rider could make complaints about a motorcycle. Stoner thanked his team indeed they wouldn't have stuck with him his entire career if they thought he was a complete a$$hat.

V4Poweeeer

July 24, 2014 11:03 AM

MotoGP » Moto3: Miller marks himself ‘five out of ten’


"As an Aussie, it pi55es me off that people think you have to cheer for your fellow nationals. You don't have to, deal with it! I like Jack because he ticks all the right boxes against my values and beliefs where as I disliked stoner because he didnt...." You admit it isn't about the racing its about being a media personality you have no national pride and respect for fellow countrymen. You care about the media personality more than anything else.

V4Poweeeer

July 24, 2014 4:24 AM

MotoGP » Moto3: Miller marks himself ‘five out of ten’


"Plus I think you'll find the same people who loved Casey love Jack.... Australians! Ideal poster boy?" Can't argue that he is the ideal poster boy for Australian motorcycle racing should I say the only one with success for the foreseeable future. It seems that he has been caught up in the same hate cycle that Stoner was caught up in which is a shame. Lets not forget he's caught up in this cycle already and he isn't even out of moto3 yet. "4 out of 10. Hes hardly Stoner or Doohan yet, is he ?" He's working on it but what were Stoner and Doohan doing at 19.

V4Poweeeer

July 24, 2014 2:08 PM

MotoGP » Moto3: Miller marks himself ‘five out of ten’


@AussieNSW In my opinion in a minority sport like motorcycle racing in Australia and lack of to almost non existent race series capable of producing talent ready for the world stage we can't be to critical of our talent especially ones at such a young age. I don't think most people are on this site are aware of what Queenslanders are like being extremely outspoken and controversial to say the least. If we can't be proud of Jacks achievements or Stoners for that matter then it says more about us as fans of this sport than it does about the riders.


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