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January 29, 2015 4:58 AM

MotoGP » Lorenzo ‘never trained so hard’

Last year was a bad year for Lorenzo, the tires didn't suit him, injuries, mistakes and a bike that wasn't par with both Lorenzo or Rossi. This year is going to be really hard for MM if Lorenzo carries on from the second half of 2014. Lorenzo in shape, motivated and with a competitive bike can take it toe to toe to MM. Lets not forget that he missed 2013 by 4 points after breaking his collar bone and missing Germany, after all he took most wins that year. A dark horse that people seems to be counting out already is DP, he's been quietly training and getting back in shape, don't be surprised if he comes out swinging and back to his 2012 season where he racked up most wins as well. All in all is gonna be an awesome season from all points of view. 2015 Cant' wait.....


November 28, 2014 11:52 PM

MotoGP » Bautista: Lots of power, lots of work to do

AB and Bradl where podium threats regularly last season, it all changed this year with the hard tire. I don't think there are good or bad riders in MotoGP, I believe there are Aliens and then hell of good riders. AB like many said has been a constant prey from desk jockeys that superficially think they know the sport. Another one that is a good talent without a doubt and never seems to catch a proper break is Hector Barbera, he got on that Ducati and inmediately was lightyears quicker than he was in that dog of a bike he was on. For the sake of the sport I hope all the other bikes close the gap to the Yamahas and Hondas next season, (customer hondas, yamahas, suzukis and aprillias) Its shaping up to be a hell of a season 2015, can't wait.


November 05, 2014 6:59 PM

WSBK » EXCLUSIVE: Loris Baz - Q&A Interview

In other words what Baz meant to say was, "if Tom Sykes wasn't such a ****, I would have probably given up the position'. Sykes came up as a stoke up diva, and rant about it like a cry baby. I'm almost certain that Rea will spoon feed him some good humble pie next season. And to those that are bashing on Baz for switching over to GP, at least aknowlegde the cojones Baz has for doing so, many SBK riders never made the switch afraid of failing in GP.


November 15, 2014 2:43 AM

MotoGP » Petrucci confirmed to ride ex-Crutchlow Ducati

@RDix You are very desilutional in your assumption there, for your info Yonny was the only one riding the GP13 with no upgrades or support compared to Iannone which had full factory support and 2 other bikes to share info with. I really like Pretrucci, and know he will do very good, same with Yonny and Hector Barbera. People forget how talented those folks are and the GP 14.1 and 14.2 are no slouches either, lets wait and see but looks promising from Pramac.


October 20, 2014 7:03 AM

MotoGP » Bradl takes responsibility but Espargaro 'angry'

His brother is being more mature than him lately, I don't understand why he's being such a cry baby about a racing incident from which Bradl was quick to admit, owned up and apologized. Someone before mentioned that he viciously took out Hernandez on the last lap last weekend, but there wasn't much coverage about it, Karma is a Beoch and he got well served from being such a **** to Hernandez. Super fast rider but a nerve wreck and a cry baby, lost much respect for him after this.


August 31, 2014 2:46 AM

MotoGP » I'd be faster on a Superbike, says Crutchlow

In my opinion there are a lot of factors that influenced Cal's performance this season, 1. Over rated rider that can't put his money where his mouth is. Not as versatile, fast or technical as Dovi 2. The Duc is a beast to tame, and he has confessed over and over that he doesn't have the confidence to lean the bike as much as Dovi does, he's riding style is sloppy and always on the verge of crashing, the Yamaha allowed him to do it because it was more forgiving than the Duc. 3. He's prolly saving himself for next season, after a set of technical issues and crashes he's best keep himself healthy by lingering aroung the lower positions slower but safer. 4. Have I said he's overrated? One good year on a superb bike and still overshadowed by his new to the team mate.


July 19, 2014 2:54 AM

MotoGP » Hernandez: I want to stay here

@ Bandini You sound so convinced that you know what you talking about that it is hillarious, but first things first, you lose all validity in your points when you can't tell the difference between Colombia and Columbia. Second, I remember last year when Yonny and his family had to do a yard sale in order to secure few thousand Euros needed to compete with PBM. And third, who told you South America is an emerging market? For brands like Yamaha and Honda certainly it is but not for Ducati or Audi for that matters. And about sponsors? You make me laugh with your assumptions that Coldeportes or Fedemoto are dumping millions in sponsorship for Yonny, it is Colombia not Venezuela we are talking about here. Plus you said Yonny is not worth talking about and yet half this thread is filled with your comments, touche... Anyways, it is my personal opinion that Yonny is doing a great job considering the fact that he is the only one riding the much hated GP13 with no updates or further support


April 26, 2014 10:17 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: I'd like a more competitive bike...

Everything gets taken out of context specially when textually translating what these guys say. He was not necessarily complaining too much about the bike or the engine, he said he'd like to be in a more competitive bike, (who doesn't) that the only thing they could improve was the chassis and electronics, not the engine(he didn't complain about the engine but not being able to improve it during the season) MM is clearly above the competition right now but so is the Honda.


March 23, 2014 6:10 AM

MotoGP » Aleix Espargaro explains qualifying 'disaster'

Not really surprised by Aleix having an epic choke. That goes to say how mentally strong are guys like Marquez and Lorenzo. If you analyze Aleix's last few races last season there is a clear indication of how negatively pressure affects this guy, also his fingernails tell what a nerve wreck he is. With that said it was really painful to watch, for once I was looking for a Cinderella story especially at the beginning of the season. Its only qualifying and he's shown impressive pace so no reason to really panic, points are awarded on Sundays so, he hasn't lost much, except a chance of winning a watch, can't wait for race time, its gonna be one of the best races of the season, even though overtaking is very difficult overtake at the Losail Circuit.

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