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VKal

April 26, 2015 5:18 AM

MotoGP » Marquez: Zero intention to cause the accident


Garcia: l see the crash inquisition is out for Marquez, lol, relax people it's racing, race direction didn't penalize cause there wasn't anything to penalize, they can't penalize racing, yamaha didn't complain, rossi didn't complain, only some hysterical people here moaning about it, lol, it was a racing incident, get over it!
racing incident, yes but this is a more sensitive issue or topic because it's related with MM. It's a culture of MM to disrespect others safety in order to win and this irritates people. Maybe you're OK with it but you can't shut others to voice out. At the end of day, this is a site for opinions.

VKal

April 25, 2015 4:34 AM

MotoGP » Marquez: Zero intention to cause the accident


Dr Jekyll and Mr hyde.. when you are not under the pump. you are happy, doing all kinds of post entertaining PR stunts but under the pump, you become desperate and does everything (including bringing down riders) to win. This is what I see in MM even though I enjoy seeing him ride but for Honda and others it's just racing. Remember Livio b#t#hing about VR move in 2008 in Laguna on CS even though CS didn't complain. Livio is bigger Hypocrite. So, is this good sportsmanship?

VKal

April 25, 2015 10:05 AM
Last Edited 2 days ago

MotoGP » Marquez: Zero intention to cause the accident


paisan:
Polyccio:
paisan: the only issue here is vr's intention, this cant be proven. so marc comes out and says he gives him the benefit of the doubt . but all the discussion here is about how reckless marc is . i dont see that at all.
. dani's electronics failed him he raced lorenzo hard but clean, he was just faster than him ( the shock of whitch JL has yet to recover from) dani's electronics failed him... a failed sensor caused that and guess who broke the sensor?

VKal

April 25, 2015 3:04 AM

MotoGP » Rossi and Marquez: Racing incident


i see many say that seamless gearbox is a huge advantage and thats why Honda won WC but JL won WC in 2012 and won more races in 2013 without seamless gearbox/half baked seamless gearbox when other mfrs were running full seamless gearbox. There are many factors other than seamless gearbox. JL smooth riding style plus Yamaha stability was a great combo pre seamless gearbox time. Now riders rely more on the heavily automated gearbox to manage the required skills. Now it's all about who has the best automation in their bikes. If Dorna is concern about cost, they should ban seamless gearbox. this thing would cost more than the engines.

VKal

April 21, 2015 8:40 PM
Last Edited 5 days ago

MotoGP » Bridgestone recommended the extra-hard


Guna4699: Extra hard tyres gives long durability with good grip after half way stage in race,, it was impressive how Rossi ate away the gap to Marc but not surprising considering the tyre difference,, this advantage with hard tyre comes at a cost of little less grip at early half of race, what still defies me is how in hell did Rossi managed to go faster than 6 other riders in front of him who were all running atleast one tyre softer than what Rossi had?? that too initial half of the race... Now it's not an overnight special but pure genius at work...
there are variables between bike, setup and rider physics (weight, length etc) that effects the outcome... influence the tyre grip. These teams know this and adjust their strategy accordingly. Honda knew they lose either way and opted for better strategy. the only issue was CC couldn't hold VR long enough. DP probably would have done a better job but VR is experience enough to know all this.

VKal

April 21, 2015 9:30 PM

MotoGP » Rossi and Marquez: Racing incident


TrueFan:
Codger: For those saying that it is unfair that ducati have concessions maybe right in the long term, but in the short term they are handicapped by not having the right tyre for the races. It may well be that both Ducatis would have done even better if they had access to the Extra hard tyre. Bloody tyres, I'm sick of races being dictated by tyre choice.
Well said. Let's not forget that every year, the control tyre works best with only one bike... This year, it seems to be back to Yamaha, but the advantage is small, and depends on getting setup exactly right. Ducati gets an advantage for qualifying, and a penalty for the race, offset with extra fuel etc... Dovi rides more smoothly than Joe, and so his tyres last better. However advantaged or otherwise, the rider still has to be good enough to exploit the package, or overcome its shortcomings.
I thought Ducati knew what they sign up for, don't you guys know this?

VKal

April 21, 2015 5:02 AM

MotoGP » Lorenzo disappointed, but Rossi 'unbelievable'


He does well in later FP and WUP but seem to struggle in getting the right setup for race. Very odd that there is a huge difference between WUP and race. This was the case for some parts in 2014 season. VR seems to progress well from later FP, WUP to race. Maybe VR bike’s setup allows for more variance than JL bike’s setup, too precise. Well hope he does well in EU circuits and I think he will.

VKal

April 21, 2015 8:57 PM

MotoGP » Bridgestone recommended the extra-hard


SoSlo: ducati is free to have access to extra-hard tires they just have to race as a full factory you know like they were supposed to ducati can give up the extra SEVEN engines they get per year, they can give up the EXTRA 10% FUEL they use every race and they can STOP ALL DEVELOPMENT, just like Yamaha and Honda then it will be fair
Agree. Anyway Ducati knows what they sign up for. Their goal is have the flexibility to develop the bike. they may need to slow down if the tyres they use in a particular track has safety issues. That's how they'll manage them. Don't think they are complaining about the tyres that much as others.

VKal

April 20, 2015 8:11 AM

MotoGP » Marquez: Rossi is still my idol


ProfessorX:
BMWR1200GSA:
Vrohopoios: Sorry to say but this attitude is why Marquez is admired even by Valentino Rossi fans and Stoner isn't. I can't even begin to imagine what Casey would say if he was in Marc's shoes.
Casey would be crying foul play at his own mistake Marc is a step above that and is the future of the sport
Casey would have never rammed Rossi mid corner like Marc and then get lazy in the brain during the switch back to the other side. I don't know how you can laud such reckless and thoughtless riding, but to each there own. Justice, well a small modicum was served when MM landed on his ar*e.
For once - not always, I agree with you


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