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March 18, 2015 9:03 PM

WSBK » Bayliss ‘excited’ by Thai level playing field

Troy Bayliss IS a legend but the way he rides is from a different era. Look at the picture of him - sat bolt upright mid turn, pushing the front end like hell. No wonder he needed another front tyre mid race at PI. Still, Troy is old school blood and guts and he can still ride anything fast, massively entertaining and a true racing character, (unlike the dull, moaning factory SBK racer of today, who aren't all that quick anyway). Good on ya Troy enjoy your racing and FFKS don't get hurt.


March 06, 2015 9:40 PM

MotoGP » Aprilia reveals MotoGP colours

Is that why they refuse to have sponsors cluttering up the bike!! It's not funny though, the commercial brand value of bike racing is rapidly diminishing. It's like football, the tv and media value pays for the product you watch - the 35 min bike race on tv is the end product of a multi million pound media industry Title sponsors are a thing of history. DORNA is a cartel with all the power, its F1 on 2 wheels, its an industry not a sport. It's very sad and very dull I'm afraid.


June 12, 2014 9:43 PM

WSBK » Loris Baz - Q&A

I think Davide is just trying to get inside Baz's head and rattle him, in real terms Davide doesn't give a crap anyway. Racers are always trying to play head games with each other, trying to get a little edge on one another. Baz has a strong smart head for a young man. He was in the wrong place at the wrong time with no options, riders are human and have to make instant descisions, often on impulse. It's not a play station where you can press pause and look at your options. Sometimes riders make an instant poor choice, the course is set and their instincts are survival - brake, slow the thing as much as possible, I'm going to crash. I'm sure most of you have been in that situation when as soon as you think it's going wrong - pull both levers and stamp on the rear brake. So, Tom, Baz did knock you off. He wasn't reckless, he just made a bad choice. He isn't the first and he won't be the last to do it. Stop behaving like a pre maddona, shake the mans hand, accept his apology, and get on with it. Your a Yorkshire man FFKS. Besides, if I were you I'd watch Baz he's good.


June 13, 2014 8:30 PM

MotoGP » Ducati decision looming for Crutchlow, Dovizioso

If Cal keeps churning out results like today Ducati will give him the tin tak. We all know the Ducati has serious handling issues, lets face it after a few laps no ones racing each other anyway. its just a parade of very expensine bikes watching the youth dissaperar! so get on with it and stop being a tool, or resign if its so bad! In fact, tell you what ill swap jobs with you, you any good at plumbing?

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