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September 22, 2014 3:01 AM

MotoGP » Official: Jack Miller to MotoGP with Honda

NineTimes: @MrStinky Stoner would have won that many races had he stayed at Ducati !! Ohh yeah,, stoner won more races (Including 2007 when he was riding a rocket). lol 9 titles vs 2 is all that matters !!
yeh 9 times rossi never had it easy did he, always had average bikes nine times the amount of days you went to school......
Maybe 9 is 9times IQ level.


September 22, 2014 2:57 AM

MotoGP » Official: Jack Miller to MotoGP with Honda

herewego: It isn't that the Brits don't like Aussies having success, it's because they make such a blooming fuss and hoo ha and never shut up about it that is the problem. Us Brits just get on with it!
There probably is 23 million Aussies who will disagree with this statement. When the poms eventually win something it is like the second coming. Brits just get on with it, I don't think so.


September 20, 2014 10:27 PM

MotoGP » Pedrosa admits 'it wasn't my best performance'

Dani is a great Moto GP racer, has been and will be for a long time to come. His record speaks for itself. I like so many others are getting sick of the haters-fanboys on this site, who just want to denigrate everyone except their man heroes. I myself have posted that VR could not win again, but am happy to say I was proved wrong and was very happy to see him win at his home track. All these riders are out there doing their best, I appreciate every one of them, others should learn to do the same.


September 11, 2014 6:44 PM

MotoGP » Rossi: Misano is my track, I love this place

Gilles: @Guna,
Seems like a lot of people on this site have short memories or selective memories, Dani WON 2 races back, Dani is currently 2ND in the world championship!!
And 89 points down riding the same machine. If that doesnt tell you that one is more talented than the other, i dont know what will. Marquez is doing things that the other 3 cant do, and making up large deficits is one of them. The common theme in GP over the last 6-7 years was if you got out of line and made just the smallest mistake, your race for the win was over. Thats why some squealed like banshees that the electronics had ruined racing. MM comes along with and shows that he has the ability to overcome not only small mistakes, but large mistakes. He is just faster, no excuses, no bs. On a normal day, the kid has 2-3 /10ths in his pocket
No dispute from me about the talent of MM, way in front of anyone else, also his nev


September 07, 2014 4:56 AM

MotoGP » Rossi rues time lost on opening laps Lorenzo Shelf life??? the guy could not get a main sponsor for Yamaha for like 2 years, please remember that yamaha's business is to sell vehicles (and musical instruments) not keep a terrible rider (your boy Lorenzo) who refuses to get with the times.... seriously stop.
I have read some rediculous statements on here but to state that Jorge is a terrible rider takes the prize as the most rediculous of the rediculous.


August 31, 2014 8:39 AM

MotoGP » I'd be faster on a Superbike, says Crutchlow

GuzziHero: Okay, well I'm not sticking up for Cal but one bike sums up how an uncommunicative and unpredictable bike can eat even the best riders alive:- RS3 Cube. Regis Laconi, 2002 WBSK runner-up Colin Edwards, double WSBK champion Noriyuki Haga, competitive SBK rider Shane Byrne, WSBK champ (and multiple times again after MotoGP) And none of them could make the bike work. Actually, I see a pattern... all of the above had their grounding on the arguably more forgiving Superbikes. Maybe that is the problem with Cal, too.
Nice to see a constructive post not just hate towards Cal. Nori was runner up to Ben Spies in WSBK I believe, great rider.

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