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July 08, 2013 9:10 PM

MotoGP » Crutchlow: 'A rider like Marquez comes along every 15 years’

IMO Marquez has adapted himself to the big bikes faster than Lorenzo. Very difficult to say with Stoner as he was on a third rate Honda with whatever tires Mich had leftover. Stoner did not jump onto the factory RCV his first go. It took several years for Lorenzo to calm down and play the thinking mans game. Lorenzo (IMO) is now where Rossi was in 2003. Marquez also has the open data policy in HRC. He sees what Dani has and what Stoner did. Lorenzo had no such luck his Rookie year (different tires). Then there was of course the infamous "let's see him do it on his own".


July 08, 2013 7:59 PM

MotoGP » Redding rides ex-Kevin Schwantz 500cc Suzuki!

Even with all of the rider aids and electronics, riders are still capable of making forced and unforced errors. The reason why the front runners clear off is because they make fewer mistakes than the rest. Even in your delusional glory filled 2 stroke days, riders were running away with it at the front. It takes just as much balls to ride the modern four stroke as it does the 2 smoke. How many broken collar bones have we seen in the last few years? How many deaths? You have one of two choices. The pinnacle of the sport that combines both man and machine at the highest level, or you can go away and watch the Honda 500 cup. Nothing in motorsports is ever level unless you are running a spec series, and even then there are small differences in machine. Take out the manufacturers. Put them all on CRT's and guess what, he with the biggest budget still wins. I suggest you find another series to follow instead of trying to relive some rose colored glory days.


June 18, 2013 4:59 PM

MotoGP » Dovizioso, Hayden give 'lab' Ducati lukewarm verdict

@ Bradenws We all know Stoner would not and could not fix that bike's problems. And you base this upon what exactly? The fact that he received no support his entire tenure at Ducati? Or could it be the fact that Rossi received more support and upgrades in 2 seasons that Stoner did in 4 seasons and guess what, the bike wasn't any better. Nice try blaming Stoner. Try again.


June 17, 2013 9:34 PM

MotoGP » Davide Brivio (Suzuki MotoGP) - Q&A

JcRacing is correct, RDP was .7 seconds off the front pace however, these were fast laps in ideal conditions, not racing. It still is fantastic news, especially considering that RDP (as fast as he is) probably wouldn't win or podium even on a full factory RCV or M1. The future is looking bright for Suzuki. I hope they keep plugging away and make a bold comeback.

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