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April 22, 2014 10:10 AM
Last Edited 8 hours ago

MotoGP » Cal Crutchlow ruled out of Argentina

"Has Ducati finished another rider's career ?" Hopefully not fairly minor as far as injuries are concerned (compared to other riders injuries). Dovi runs the same risk and has ridden the bike for longer but still manages to be the fastest Ducati while not crashing. "Dovi is riding really well, I think Cal could learn a few things from him" Well Crutch needs to find a way past Dovi he is faster but less consistent with lesser race craft. If he can't find a way to at least match Dovi on the brakes he'll always be Dovi's shadow like he was at tech 3. "Dovi keeps quiet and gets on with the task in hand. Stop moaning every race weekend Cal." Crutch adds to the show if he doesn't ask he'll never get. I don't agree with alot of what he says but at least he has enough character to be himself for the most part. We need less riders going to PR school imo look at f1 you couldn't possibly get excited about the sport listening to the drivers interviews.


April 22, 2014 7:16 AM
Last Edited 21 hours ago

MotoGP » Hayden happy to go into the unknown

"I wonder if Ducati wished that they had kept Nicky." The only thing their wondering is how can we make a bike that anyone not named Casey Stoner can win on regularly. "The real Unknown is weather HRC is going to upgrade this poor excuse of a racing bike." There will he upgrades that was confirmed last year. The bikes not that bad and for the price its almost a steal.


April 22, 2014 1:27 PM
Last Edited 1 day 10 hours ago

MotoGP » Cal Crutchlow ruled out of Argentina

The only thing that matters is improving the bike a tough pill to swallow for any racer but chasing glory isn't what this year is about. Now isnt the time to do a Ben Spies and take risks while injured. Btw get some rest can't give those pesky commentators a bit of a push and a shove with an injured hand. "He hasn't crashed as often as Rossi did on the Ducati so give him a break FFS" You can't say that remember he's not Rossi


April 20, 2014 5:49 AM
Last Edited 4 days ago

MotoGP » Eugene Laverty looking forward to Suzuki MotoGP tests

"Hope this helps to clear things up." It does but it doesn't clear up peoples use of the term though however. Suzuki being a returning team with new riders, new bike, under new rules and regulations. It's the use of the term no2 rider that beats me. If Laverty even got the ride who's to say a moto2 gun rider will be the no.1 rider in terms of leading development and being the teams leader in the championship standings. For example Pedrosa has been Hondas lead development rider since day one of his tenure. Stoner didn't change that it was Pedrosa who adopted the 2014 chassis in 2013 when Stoner rejected it maybe Marc is the lead rider now but I'd say having feedback from Pedro, Stoner and Marc is recipe for success anyway. Still no 2 rider is a term I don't like the use of unless its blatantly obvious eg Hayden at Repsol not Rossi v Jorge at Yamaha.

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