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June 26, 2014 3:14 PM
Last Edited 67 days ago

MotoGP » ‘Economic’ sticking point for Lorenzo, Yamaha

I'm sure Yamaha is trying to get Jlo to lower his price as they don't feel he's worth what the previously paid him. They're probably saying look Rossi is beating you and a rookie kicked your but-t last year so take this amount for 1 o 2 years or take a hike as we can replace you with one of the Espargaro bros and keep Rossi as he's regaining his form and his input seems to work better than yours. Plus I'm sure Jlo is afraid of going to Honda (even if they wanted him which I'm not sure they do) and get beat by Marquez as that would seriously damage his remaining career.


June 26, 2014 4:44 PM
Last Edited 68 days ago

MotoGP » Assen MotoGP - Free Practice (2) Results

Yes it's on a soft tire hence the pace but I don't think that tire lasts the length of a race. That's why you don't see these guys place higher than 6th or so. That aside the Espargaro bros are providing good reasons why factory teams should/might consider them as #2 riders. Suzuki should keep an eye on these guys and possibly even Yamaha if the can't come to grips with Jlo's demands. Just a thought


June 26, 2014 4:30 PM

MotoGP » Rossi returns to scene of winning joy

Neal very good point about close but not equal. In watching all the races this year and watching Rossi and company get closer to Marquez. It's without a doubt the bike. But not dismiss Marquez as he's very talented and is able to exploit every bit of that bike. I'm sure that Rossi or Jlo on the same bike can do the same or very similar. I'll be even so bold to say that if either but especially Rossi on the same bike (and same level of support)would have at least beat Marquez one or more races by now.


June 26, 2014 2:54 PM

MotoGP » Rossi: Maybe the priest prefers Superbike!

Stop this discussion about Rossi going to WSB. I'm sure he appreciates he close quarter races on bikes that are much closer in ability than motogp bikes. But that said, he's 2nd in the championship (and closing the time gap to the leader in each race) so why in the world would he think of going to WSB other than to watch a race. In terms of this race it again looks like Marquez has the advantage and Rossi isn't in a great position in practice but that's normal. I'm sure he'll close the gap in qualifying and do even better in the race. It will be a tough race as the Yamaha is not as good as the Honda and I'm sure Marquez will want to win at this track as he didn't win there last year plus you have two other hungry Spaniards that would like that top spot as well.

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