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eadgbe

November 19, 2014 7:25 PM

WSBK » Giugliano sets a fierce Ducati pace in Spain


Abefan: Yes yes yes!!!!, good to see the ducs looking a bit more competitive. Frankly the more bikes that are capable of winning, then the better the racing, which is what I personally want.I would also love to see Guigliano have a storming season because by god he tries hard and is entertaining. He has a hint of the Falappa about him for those of us who watched supers when the world was filmed in black and white lol. Go chas and Dave!!!!!!!
Chas & Dave! Excellent. Brings up a whole weird bunch of images

eadgbe

November 21, 2014 6:21 PM

WSBK » PICS: Rea faster than Sykes in maiden Kawasaki test


ianisme:
eadgbe:
ianisme: "The worry for Sykes is that Rea is a racer, not a one lap specialist like himself." For heaven's sake. This has to be the stupidest comment yet. Was Syke's one good lap so fast that it gave him an unbeatable margin in all of the races that he won? He's every bit as much of a racer as Rea undoubtedly is. His record in WSBK proves that beyond any doubt.
Tom Sykes career wins in WSB = 22, career poles = 24 Jonathan Rea career wins in WSB = 15, career poles = 4 I think that proves it beyond any doubt
No it doesn't. What it proves is that Sykes is also very good at Superpole. A one lap specialist would not have 22 wins and a championship under their belt. Would you accuse Troy Corser of being a "one lap specialist" too? He also was great at Superpole.
Er, actually, Corser was another one lap specialist, by which I mean someone who, even when they've not got a decent race pace, can sti

eadgbe

November 20, 2014 7:08 PM

WSBK » PICS: Rea faster than Sykes in maiden Kawasaki test


ianisme: "The worry for Sykes is that Rea is a racer, not a one lap specialist like himself." For heaven's sake. This has to be the stupidest comment yet. Was Syke's one good lap so fast that it gave him an unbeatable margin in all of the races that he won? He's every bit as much of a racer as Rea undoubtedly is. His record in WSBK proves that beyond any doubt.
Tom Sykes career wins in WSB = 22, career poles = 24 Jonathan Rea career wins in WSB = 15, career poles = 4 I think that proves it beyond any doubt

eadgbe

November 04, 2014 5:58 PM

MotoGP » Rossi unveils new Yamaha R1 Superbike


cfsteezy: V4 not better as results can plainly see guys. Both yamaha and honda know what they are doing better than any of us. I wonder why with the new r1 they didnt go with the under braced swingarm like the previous models which looks almost identical to the m1 swingarm.
Ha! Seen the size of that exhaust? That's why they didn't go with the under-braced swing arm

eadgbe

October 31, 2014 10:53 PM

MotoGP » 'One Euro' wire cost Crutchlow chance of fourth


eyesoftheworld:
eadgbe: Ducati must be pretty p***ed off with Cal. Early season when they were still behind him, he was rubbish. Now he's been given the cast-offs, he's showing up the lack of progress with the 2014.2 (or whatever it's called). Doesn't bode well for next years Duke. as for Cal's lack of PR speak - when was the last time you remembered anything Dovi said?
Well I remember quite clearly that over the past few years Dovizioso has very consistently beaten Crutchlow on the track. And while speaking of consistency, off the track Dovi has shown way more maturity loyalty and class than old Cal.
So, if as you say Dovi is a faster rider than Cal yet Cal has recently showed very similar, if not better pace, than Dovi, does that not suggest that the 14.2 is no better, or maybe even worse, as it's clear Cal's bike is slower in a straight line? That was my point, I think dovi is a great rider and as an owner, I love ducatis. I'm


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