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cx4000

August 09, 2014 7:02 AM

MotoGP » Leon Camier ‘enjoys’ MotoGP debut


V4Poweeeer: @Shamarone Your forgetting something the bike does it all for the rider he's merely a passenger or so I'm lead to believe :) Great work by Camier as long as he keeps improving then that will be impressive I wouldn't be surprised if he matches the other RCV riders come Sunday.
No way......Reddng is on a different level and getting better a he goes

cx4000

August 03, 2014 10:18 AM

MotoGP » Crutchlow out, Iannone in at Ducati


V4Poweeeer: Crutchlow has proved that he is not a professional doesn't recognise a good thing when he has a good thing (Yamaha), prone to tantrums and isn't on par with so called second rate riders such as Dovi and Hayden and his passport is the only thing keeping him in the series.
I think he can ride at a level which would surpass Hayden at this point in time.Its not like Carl has forgotten how to ride.

cx4000

June 14, 2014 2:50 AM

MotoGP » Hayden rides on, wrist ‘won’t completely recover’


1050cc: Yes Nicky. Leon Camier all primed to get on that bike for a go at a MotoGP race on a Honda as a one-off... But, even though you are injured and will probably do crap in the race, deny that rider a shot as you'd hate to disappoint your fans eh? Give it a rest Nicky and give a guy a chance to experience MotoGP. Or are you worried he might do better? Don't worry, I love Nicky, but his decline in MotoGP is largely ignored due to Rossi being older and far more up the field. Colin is going, but Nicky is still here. Yes he has been terribly treated since his 2006 win (I was as angry as anyone in 2007+ when Honda ignored Nicky and put all their eggs in Pedrosa's basket) but fact remains that every team mate he has had since then has beat him, most in their first year (Dovi, Rossi on a Ducati etc).. Still, in 2014 he is 2 points ahead of his Rookie team mate Scott Reading! Erm, well done! Nicky, unless you are fully fit, let Camier have a ride. Would make his year![\bloc

cx4000

May 29, 2014 11:25 AM

MotoGP » Smith relishing Mugello return


Eric650: Smith is regularly the highest finishing brit, always happy to talk & joke around in interviews & off-track features and plays his part in within a team, rather than other riders who see themselves as the only member of a team (until the going gets tough when they blame the team). He may not be a race winner in the premier class yet, but I'd rather see him on the bike than another self-obsessed spaniard.
Being the highest finishing pom rider counts for nothing sadly.He will never be a winner.....it's a joke that he has that ride.

cx4000

May 18, 2014 8:24 AM

MotoGP » Setup improvements for Redding


Kwack636R: Not helped by the fact that it's a new bike with no previous data to fall back on. Even though every rider is different, data from previous seasons will provide a good starting point, especially for a rookie. Scott is doing a brilliant job, I really hope he can continue to take the positives and not get too disheartened with the bike, then build on it next year - hopefully on the factory Honda.
Factory Honda....you are not serious!!

cx4000

May 07, 2014 11:01 AM

MotoGP » Redding improves on ‘60% of track’


Chadsays: Scott will be just fine, In my opinion he's on par with Bautista, or Bradl. He will not be able to show his true form without a competitive bike though. I would like to see him and Bautista on the same machine to judge who's got the talent edge. I'm sure Gressini is thinking the same.
He is nowhere the level of Bautista.More overhyping of an average rider.He still has to perform at the level of the other production Hondas


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