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Noriben

November 09, 2014 7:07 AM

MotoGP » Suzuki 20th after Saturday ‘issues’


It is true that Suzuki lacks its top speed to its counterparts, but we would never know the true potential of the new Suzuki until Aleix and Marverick try on this machine on Monday. It's DePuniet who's riding it now, and he is the one who has failed to overwhelm even the Japanese national series contenders in his last outing at Suzuka 8 hrs. No offense to DePuniet, but he's just not good enough to gauge the true potential of the new bike.

Noriben

November 09, 2014 6:53 AM
Last Edited 47 days ago

MotoGP » Pol Espargaro 'expects to be stronger in race'


The seven point deficit is certainly enormous for Bradley to overcome, so if Pol stays upright in the race it is certain that he can secure the 6th rank easily. Having said that, I'd like to see him push as hard as he can even if it would cost him to lose his championship ranking to his brother or his teammate. He has already proven that he is the No.1 in the team in his rookie year, and even if he loses to Bradley in terms his championship points, there are few who believes Bradley is a better rider than Pol. After all this is the 'learning year' for him so challenging for the podium, which he has missed out on this season, will be much more beneficial for next year. Go Pol, keep pushing!

Noriben

October 27, 2014 9:10 AM
Last Edited 56 days ago

MotoGP » Relief for Bradl with fourth in Sepang


The rank he's placed right now tells us how important it is to be consistent throughout the season and the importance of minimizing the number of DNFs. Bradl has finished the race this season in higher than 5th on five occasions, 9 occasions higher than 7th, which is much better than what Pol and Smith of Tech3 have achieved. Yet he's ranked in a lowly 9th (10th before Sepang). I hope his decision to switch to the open Yamaha will bring good fortunes for him.

Noriben

October 25, 2014 8:32 AM
Last Edited 61 days ago

MotoGP » MotoGP Malaysia - Qualifying (1) Results


Another great job done by Aoyama. I think the Japanese should deserve more attention, especially in the situation he's currently in. He's progressed to the Q2 for the second time in a row. He had finished the race in front of Redding, Hayden and Abraham so many times this season, and he's now contending for the top proddie RCV honor against Redding, who has secured a factory-class ride next year. Yet, it seems inevitable for the Japanese that he's being kicked out of the GP. Hayden is the World Champion once, and it's understandable that he deserves another chance, but what have Redding and Abraham achieved? Anything extraordinary compared to Aoyama? Things are so unfair.....

Noriben

October 15, 2014 10:56 AM
Last Edited 70 days ago

MotoGP » Smith expects Factory ‘upper hand’


SasquatchBob: I tell you what, I'm bloody glad my day job doesn't get scrutinised in public like his does. Can anyone who comments on this site honestly say they are 100% perfect at what they do for a living, are consistently the best at what they do, never make mistakes, and never try and justify things that don't go perfectly from time to time? Well? Can you?
I'm perfectly happy my job gets scrutinized and criticized by tangible achievements I make, rather than a bunch of delusional talk or some intangible privilege that I could possess. And I believe most people here more than welcome the situation in which there are treated that way. Yeah, we can make mistakes, but we know we can redeem it by making another achievement. Achieving nothing and just saying 'I could have' and 'I shold have' is a totally different action.


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