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July 31, 2015 4:11 PM

MotoGP » POLL: Who will win the 2015 MotoGP title?

Someone pointed out the Jlo does very well in the 2nd half of the season regarding points. That's true and he'll probably win a couple of races when he gets everything perfect and can get that runaway start. But I've seen Rossi get better at being able to manage his starts better and keep a higher pace and if he continues that way I think he'll surprise Ol'horhay and even rattle young Marquez a bit more. And like I noted it won't be easy and 10 pts with this competition isn't much of a lead. But all this said I think the old dog Rossi has a good chance.


July 27, 2015 4:47 PM

MotoGP » Smith, Espargaro salute historic Suzuka win

Who's calling what a pig in terms of design? In terms of look alone I'll grant the Panigale is probably the nicest looking bike of the production 1000's along with the Aprilia RSV4. I'll even admit that the Suzuki is also the most dated and unattractive but so is the BMWS1000RR (great bike mechanically but not looks wise). The Kawi could use a bit of the a face lift and the Honda (which I own) is not bad but a little dated. But you can't say that the new R1 is ugly I'd say it would be top 3 in looks alone. Are the external materials as nice as a Ducati probably not but then again that's why you're paying more for it. However in terms of performance there is not much between the Panigale, R1, S1kRR, or RSV4 and the others are not that far behind. In terms of the bikes used in racing you can't compare with production bikes. The top production series like WSB, BSB, AMA, etc... allow various alterations that drive the price up significanlty compared to production bikes where these race

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