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September 22, 2014 11:15 PM

MotoGP » Is Jack Miller ready for MotoGP?


Of course he isn't ready for motogp ask Lorenzo if he was ready for motogp straight away, Stoner placed it on pole first race he aas ready, Dani was ready, but the list of riders that entered gp's premier class and found success after finding their way after a while. Miller isn't ready but he has time on his side and his adaptability will determine when he finds his feet.

V4Poweeeer

September 24, 2014 1:32 AM

MotoGP » Official: Jack Miller to MotoGP with Honda


enigine as Rins and A Marquez you know those Repsol, Galicia Estrella and HRC backed factory team. "Where and when?? 2012, where Fenati won races and podiums." 2012 Miller was on a bog stock Honda Fenati was on the FTR chassis the chassis that beat every other Honda powered bike in the manufacturers standings. 2013 new chassis for Miller and equals Fenati's championship position the previous year Fenati does worse despite having experience on the FTR chassis and having development input as the leading FTR rider the previous season. Fenati is yet to beat Miller over the course of a season on the same equipment. So where placing heavy emphasis on way back when, what happened last season and this season. Moto3 isn't as black and white as you paint it. You have no respect for riders other than Italian riders you called Vasquez a talentless hack for beating Fenati at Indy but call him more talented than Miller in an attempt to promote Fenati as the better rider.

V4Poweeeer

September 24, 2014 1:16 AM

MotoGP » Official: Jack Miller to MotoGP with Honda


@NineTimes "Where and when?? 2012, where Fenati won races and podiums." Rookie season is over wheres the improvement his rookie season or is he just to hot and cold. "Not even MM, VR, JL, DP...etc got that much attention and they are by far more talented than J.Miller and were already championship winning material when they got into premier series." Who said he deserved to step straight into the premier class the general consensus is rightly so that it probably a massive risk in more ways than one and for more than one party. "Now Miller is riding a factory KTM which is a proper team against Fenati who is riding a 3rd rate satellite bike in a local motorcycle racing team." All engines from each manufacturer are given to the organizers in batches three batches per season sealed and randomly distributed to the teams Miller has the same spec motor as Fenati, Kent, Hanika, Niklas and all the other KTM riders. Heck even Vasquez on his third or fifth rate Honda has the same spec engin

V4Poweeeer

September 23, 2014 2:48 AM
Last Edited 88 days ago

MotoGP » Official: Jack Miller to MotoGP with Honda


"I think Fenati, Miller, Marquez, etc. are all pretty darn equal. Miller is not substantially better than any of them." Realist you are living up to your name Miller has been the best till now this season other are very close and only A Marquez seems to be the only other one capable of clinching the title. Rins will fight for it though. Almost every race is a lottery until the checkered flag and that is a testament to both the riders and the rules/regulations. "Are you telling me that Fenati and Miller are riding equal bikes? No, they dont'. Miller has the best bike" Really is that why Miller is now on the same chassis as Fenati he opted to use the chassis he was using at the start of the season. Engines well considering each manufacturer has to make three batches a season which are then randomly distributed between the riders. What makes you think there are significant differences between the bike Miller is riding and the bike Fenati is riding if there is any at all?

V4Poweeeer

September 23, 2014 3:11 AM

MotoGP » How big is too big for MotoGP?


Anybody who actually rides a motorcycle would notice the difference between a full fuel tank and a near empty one. Shifting a bike with a full fuel load can make some bikes feel nervous. I know with my bike it feels awkward going into corners its not so much the weight but where the weight is. When you have great feeling on a bike every little thing is noticeable and if your not confident you won't take risks. The move to fuel limits was always a bad one it just places to much emphasis on rider weight and body shape. It deminishes the value of the series imo if only vertically challenged people can be competitive.

V4Poweeeer

September 22, 2014 10:51 PM

MotoGP » Official: Jack Miller to MotoGP with Honda


"When and where? when you don't even watch races and where you don't have any clue !!" Yep you are deluded Fenati got off to a great start in his career however your living in the past you refuse to even acknowledge this season and last season. Fenati is yet to fight an entire season for a title till he does he isn't as good as Miller but I guess you'll never see clearly. If your Italian I can understand your love for Italian riders and wanting the best for them. You probably think Rins and A. Marquez are talentless hacks at the same time because the rocketship Honda does it all for them and the reason Fenati is struggling at the moment is anything but Fenatis fault. He's a good rider but far to inconsistent. One thing Miller doesn't get credit for is consistency.

V4Poweeeer

September 22, 2014 4:01 AM

MotoGP » Official: Jack Miller to MotoGP with Honda


@NineTimes Wow you have won the award for most blinded fanboy of the week. Fenati more talented than Miller where and when? When he knocked Miller off line at Argentina or Mugello at his home race or last season where Fenati and Miller were on the same bike but Miller was still top Honda powered rider last season. There have been some great rides from moto3 riders this season however the only rider that has I feel has more talent than has been shown is Brad Binder. The Rossi Stoner debate we have seen that story before get over they are both great actors in the history of motogp and Stoner showed he was bettertham Rossi more often than not also he was the best 8800cc era rider deal with it that era wasn't Rossi's and pre 2006 wasn't Stoners era either.

V4Poweeeer

September 18, 2014 3:29 PM

MotoGP » Official: Jack Miller to MotoGP with Honda


"If we are going to start with the thinking that a certain rider can't be regarded as better than another because of the difference in bikes, then that would go for the whole of the grid!!! Any rider can really only do what his bike lets him." Then why say both Alex's and Vasquez are better than Miller when he's still leading all three of them in the championship. The Hondas have a power advantage and if you have a power deficit in moto3 it can mean losing a couple of positions and lots of championship points in 500m

V4Poweeeer

September 18, 2014 11:08 AM
Last Edited 92 days ago

MotoGP » Official: Jack Miller to MotoGP with Honda


"There are other riders in Moto3 who, in my opinion are far better like Rins, Marquez and Vasquez to name just 3." Vasquez better than Miller get outta here by what basis honestly. The closest rider to Miller other than those three is Fenati 55 points behind and the closest KTM rider to Miller and will be even further behind if he can't keep Masbou frim finishing ahead of him. How can you tell me for certain that team Alex is better than Miller they are not on the same machinery and the Honda has performance advantages over the KTM The advantages are namely power and speed down the straight which helps a big deal in a class which places a big emphasis on drafting and placement amongst the pack coming out of the last corner. Team Alex are great riders but its hard to compare to Miller how would Miller do on this seasons Honda? He was the number 1 Honda rider last season and now he is the number 1 KTM rider and leading the championship.


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