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MotoMarc

May 18, 2015 8:55 PM

MotoGP » Rossi: Four title fighters - no Marquez ‘crisis’


Once Jlo gets a jump start like yesterday's race it's difficult for others to catch up and pass him. Rossi tried but started too far behind then spent too much time trying to get by Marquez. He started to eat away at Jlo's time but as the laps wound down and Jlo started to push even harder Rossi figured it's better to get second than to crash and get no points. It's unfortunate that Rossi has always been bad a qualifying but on the good side he also figures it out for race day. With guys like Jlo or Marquez giving them rabbit starts as they usually qualify on pole or very close makes the job of catching and passing even more difficult. That all said, I think we've seen that the race winner will go back an forth between the top 3 riders and wouldn't count Dovi out as I wouldn't be surprised for him to get a win or two this season.

MotoMarc

May 18, 2015 9:07 PM

WSBK » Sepang teases mystery ‘legendary’ wild-card


Don't think it would be any current Motogp rider as a risk of injury isn't worth it for thier series. Obviously it won't be Bayliss as his experiment didn't work so it would make sense to be someone like Haga as he has a following of fans and was somewhat famous. I doubt it would be Stoner as getting beat by WSB riders would be embarrasing to the fisherman. Roadhouse noted Foggy which would be interesting but he's been away from racing for too long. And Giacomo is way too old. Biaggi hasn't been away that long and it would be great to see him in a wildcard with Aprilia but he seems to be over racing or is he?

MotoMarc

May 06, 2015 8:11 PM

MotoGP » Jerez MotoGP test times - Monday (Final)


It's funny how Marquez in both test days says he won't test due to the injury but then does many laps. Who does he think he's kidding. However, more importantly, it's nice to see Rossi get so close lap time wise to his teammate. That bodes well for the next race. Jlo is thinking Vale can't catch me or match my lap time on this track. Think again bud, the old man is on your tail.

MotoMarc

May 11, 2015 5:16 PM

WSBK » Sykes heading in right direction after podium haul


Glad to hear he says he's content but I'm sure he's not or shouldn't be. Hopefully by next race they'll figure something out to truly challenge Rea. This WSB season so far is very dissappointing as Rea already has a three plus race point advantage over 2nd place which means he would need to crash out a few races to make it interesting otherwise it won't be unless you're a Rea fan of course. Was hoping to see some of the other manufacturers make a dent into the wins column but it doesn't look like it will happen even if Ducati gets a win or two during the season it wouldn't be enough to make it interesting. Where WSB was the series to watch it appears that MotoGP is the better series to watch now.

MotoMarc

May 06, 2015 8:19 PM

MotoGP » Aprilia seamless gearbox debut 'complete success'


Marco was a bad choice to bring to Motogp as they should have kept him in WSB nevertheless I think he's gone after this season or even before if he doesn't improve. Bautista on the other hand was a good choice. I like the Aprilia strategy of racing this season to develop the new bike for next year. As they make more improvements through the year if they are inside 10th place consistantly by the end of year I think that would be great.

MotoMarc

May 06, 2015 8:27 PM

MotoGP » Aprilia seamless gearbox debut 'complete success'


Ex I think that's a bit of a stretch to think that next year they can podium or even win a race next year. You have to figure that while they'll improve that they have to contend with Honda, Yamaha, Ducati and even Suzuki who seems to be improving. Yes the formula will change a bit but the stock ECU next year alone won't be enough to level the playing field. Because you know the top factories are already developing their 2016 bikes within in the proposed rules and mechanically they're not much different than this year. That said, I do expect to see Suzuki and Aprilia to be a bit more competitive than this year.


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