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August 07, 2013 6:52 AM

MotoGP » Wet start to Casey Stoner’s MotoGP return

badbob August 07, 2013 4:46 AM Last Edited 23 minutes ago Still pictures of Casey Stoner on a GP Bike is more exciting than the races this year...the way I can tell is I have fall asleep during 3 this year and don't bother watching races till later in the one close to him...nobody... this is undeniable fact as statistical record of mOto gp shows that lorenzo won 2 wcs and rossie 9 and cs 2 and hayden 1 for the 2012 riders. out of the 4 riders, only rossie who won a back to back wcs or a winning streak. perhaps, we have to rewrite the aforesaid record to misinform the new moto gp viewers.


July 15, 2013 5:11 AM

MotoGP » Rossi: I must go faster if I want to fight for title

rossi may no longer fast as he used to be, it could be due to his age or uncompetitive bike setting but his occasional podium finished makes moto gp watching enjoyable and the same manner with Casey SToner had he not retired earlier it will be another interesting year of Moto gp, considering now with the entry of lightning mark marques and of not to forget the soaring performance of Cal and the fast and smooth rider Lorenzo and ultra fast DAni, what an exciting year for moto gp as winning the race will not be monopolized by one dominant rider which will be a boring show like the F1 for Sebastian Vettel. have a nice day


July 12, 2013 12:52 AM

MotoGP » Crutchlow: I don’t have anything on the table

as it stated by lin Jarvis that sat and fac bikes are almost the same, so it is an opportunity for Cal c to win a race, thus, those friends who are persistently clamoring for cal to have a factory bike would soon be heard by a bike manufacturer and maybe he will take a place of rossi, but cal should avoid to suffer the same fate as that of Ben Spies, otherwise he will be easily forgotten. Conversely, a reasonable mind would never exchange or swap Rossi for Cal their individual moto gp record would speak by itself- res ipsa Loquitur. Have a nice day


July 03, 2013 2:09 AM

MotoGP » 'We never gave up' - Rossi on MotoGP victory return

people would have different views and they should be respected on who is the GOAT of Motogp in the Modern time. to the impartial mind, we have to look back of how many wcs that a rider achieved during his carrier and the best evidence to prove ones claim's is the number of world championship that he got as per records of the moto gp. Pedrosa, Lorenzo, Rossi and stoner raced each other and to me they are great riders of the modern time, of course we have to add MM, this guy would be one of the future greatest MOTO gp rider, unless bad luck hinders him. from Rossi's performance in Assen, it would show that he has not forgotten on how to win race, so clearly, his non-winning in the previous moto gp seasons was not due to his disappreciating performance but a less 100% performance of his bike and maybe he will win again in the succeeding races. let us just enjoy watching moto gp, it is nice today we have good number of riders of riders who are winning-capable. have a nice day

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