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July 15, 2014 11:37 AM

MotoGP » Bautista: ‘Nothing is clear’ for 2015


"Redding is doing well on the proddy, whether it's enough for Fausto, we'll no doubt find out soon enough..." Scott has a 2 year contract this year is the learning year so to speak and I believe he is leading the proddy Hondas in points which HRC will reward the leading proddy rider with next years updated engine before the end of the season. Scotts in a good spot right now imo. "Call me sarcastic or not but I would really like to see Bautista on a Moto2 bike next seasons and see that how he compares with the highly competitibe, good race pace and talented top pack in moto2." He may even get a pay rise in moto 2 because his motogp contract is a bit skimp in the cash department. Moto2 wouldn't be the end of the world but he may be inline for a shot at the Suzuki ride again.

V4Poweeeer

July 15, 2014 11:48 AM
Last Edited 7 days ago

MotoGP » Lorenzo: Happy and optimistic for the future


Evolution: i think in this race jorge was lucky becoz swaping bikes can really upset any body rythm and also i think rossi was very carefull becoz he knows that jorge finish third only get 3 more points campare to him so it is not too much and also if it was full dry or full wet than vale would be on the podium but due to mixed conditions.
Complete dribble imo did you even watch the race Vale could have outpaced Jorge if he had the pace when he had a second or two lead on Jorge. Jorge outpaced Rossi this race get over it your dream that Jorge will never be competutuve again isn't going to happen overnight.

V4Poweeeer

July 15, 2014 2:10 AM
Last Edited 10 days ago

MotoGP » Lorenzo: Happy and optimistic for the future


@insidejob Thanks for the should have actually looked the map ohh well Jorge can get a some sort of vehicle to get himself around I guess. Its still not a bad spot to head to on a break pull out a trialsbike or dirt bike and ride around without the fun police spoiling your fun. Point is Jorge needs to get prepared for the second half of the season and get the best contract possible with Yamaha doing nothing but sitting on his arse ain't going to help him it is time to work.

V4Poweeeer

July 15, 2014 8:51 AM

MotoGP » Stefan Bradl: Right tyres, 'wrong' bike


I think there is some fault to be found in the setup of HRC's satallite teams with both teams running the one bike each instead if one team running two bikes both teams seem to he chasing their tales a fair bit never finding decent base setuos and being incredibly inconsistent. As mentioned with tech 3 being a better team than LCR and Gresini I'd say they definitely do benefit from having two riders and being able to share info and crazy haired Guy mentioned they share data with the factory team. Maybe the Honda satallite teams need two bikes to start finding decent base setups instead of having to do twice the work with one rider and having NATCORK apply. Bradl is most impressive when testing next seasons bike

V4Poweeeer

July 14, 2014 12:49 PM
Last Edited 11 days ago

MotoGP » Lorenzo: Happy and optimistic for the future


Ok Jorge good way to finish the worst half of a season you've eve had in GP by beating your teammate. Hit the beach in Andorra for a calm down mentally and physically then straight back into training mate on the mountain bike, track day, motocross, gym and all that good stuff and come back at Indy in peak condition. The only thing to improve between here and Indy is your physical and mental condition you rode a good race in crap conditions and beat your team mate and pushed Marc to the edge in Mugello the potential is their now go and earn it. PS. doing what Ben Spies did not hoping on a motorbike during an entire break probably isn't the way to go about it I'm sure Yamaha would be more than happy to organize for you a worked R1 and some slick tyres if you requested it.

V4Poweeeer

July 14, 2014 11:36 PM

MotoGP » Pits to victory for Marquez in Germany


@Codger In regards to today I feel we don't need Stoner as well he interesting with him here but not going to happen. I'd rather see Marquezs next big challenge come from moto2 somewhere. 2012 was a real shame for Stoner he was on the backfoot but he was coming into tracks he would have done very well at Indy he had a good shot at winning came fourth despite his ankle, Aragon was considered Stoner land, Misano another very good track for Stoner, Brno would have at least been a podium thats a potential 75 points gone and he would have had to find a few more in the rounds he was there at the very least Jorge wouldn't have cake walked the year. Had the tire not been changed and Honda not have had chronic chatter and Stoner not been injured he would have been alot closer than 96 points to Jorge and 38 less than if not more points than Dani quite easily. So Stoner not stand a chance I doubt that very much. In terms of speed Stoner was the benchmark and was very much capable of matching

V4Poweeeer

July 14, 2014 2:37 PM

MotoGP » Pits to victory for Marquez in Germany


Brain: I know he missed races through injury but it has to be remembered that he was injured trying to beat his team mate. What is that supposed to mean?
I agree very vague statement without acknowledging very important details as to why Stoner was strugling even to the point that Stoners stranglehold on the championship didn't come to a halt until a tyre change that induced severe chatter in the Honda and hampered Dani aswe until the crucial multiple chassis changes and engine developments at which stage Stoner was injured Jorge coasted to a world title Dani put up the fight of his career and Stoner put in one last do or die effort at Phillip Island. Thats the short version also neglecting to acknowledge Stoner was on his best form ever before the tyre change winning at tracks he had never won at for the first time ever please Dani convingly Stoner.


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