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January 14, 2015 9:32 AM

MotoGP » VIDEO: Suzuki's MotoGP return documentary

Tim Wilkins: Suzuki has had great reliability since they worked out the bugs in the pneumatic valve system they integrated. Two full years before Yamaha and Honda gave it a try I might add. The engine problems Suzuki can handle. All the rest is at the level of winning already. I expect they will challenge for top 5 consistently.
The bike is a dog and will never podium. Top 5 ? you are dreaming!


September 15, 2014 9:18 AM

MotoGP » Scott Redding to Marc VDS Honda

Realist: Congrats! Let's hope that Redding puts on a show for those grandstanding for him. I'm not convinced, but I'll surely give him props if his end-of-season tally next year is one riddled with impressive results. If it isn't, surely those who claim he's going to perform this and that on the factory class bike will cool their jets. Roll on 2015! So....does this mean no MVDS in Moto2 at all? Where does that leave Rabat and Kallio?
I I wasn't convinced, but I am now. He has learned to stop talking and just ride the wheels off the Open class Honda. The results have been outstanding, and armed with the factory spec bike he will be the leading British rider.without a doubt.


September 13, 2014 2:10 AM

MotoGP » Redding reacts to Gresini Aprilia deal

V4Poweeeer: He's in a bit of a predicament here now he's gotta rely on his sugar daddy Van Der Stratten to get him that Honda I don't think he has any gaurantee with other teams though. Had the Aprilia switch been known earlier Crutch wouldn't have gotten his Honda next season and possibly Smith wouldn't have been resigned. Hopefully he VDS deal works out for Scott he's earnt the right to ride a factory bike mext season imo.
Redding has stepped up this season. In terms of the mix of pace/potential I believe he seems a better deal than either Smith or Carl.His form this year has been outstanding in my view given the pace of the Open class Honda.


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


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.

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