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cossiegaz

February 01, 2016 8:04 AM
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MotoGP » Stoner to join official MotoGP test on Tuesday


Impressive seeing as it's just over 5 years since he last rode a Ducati and his first time on the alloy frame version and over 9 years since he last rode on Michelins (unless he used them at 8hr Suzuka?) all the other riders have tested the Michelins a few times last year. Let's also not forget that he was on the GP15 which for years and years has had its entire characteristics designed to suit Bridgestone tyres not the Michelins Casey was using. Would anybody bet against him being the fastest Ducati rider come the end of the test? In fact it might be worth having a little flutter on him being the fastest overall rider! If anyone can do it Stoner can!

cossiegaz

February 01, 2016 11:33 AM

MotoGP » Stoner to join official MotoGP test on Tuesday


auner: Casey Stoner to join official MotoGP test on Tuesday.... When you read the thread list, this one still appears as with no comments at all..it looks like this one has to be a fresh news all the day long :).
Lots of the stories appear like that when i view, been like it for about a week now, some stories show how many comments, others look like nobody has commented.

cossiegaz

January 19, 2016 10:33 AM

MotoGP » Jarvis calls for ‘respect’, MotoGP working on ‘issues’


Rexxy: First thing need to be addressed is to get a grip on the riders....No rider is bigger than the Sport and shouldn't be allowed to throw his weight around with their "celebrity" status.....a rider asking Motogp CEO to come and meet him at his motor home is ridiculous.
Marc Marquez is the one they need to get a grip on, if they kept him under control Rossi wouldn't have felt the need to ask Ezpeleta to come to his motor home. It must be difficult to be humble when your as successful as Rossi but Marquez's over inflated ego is guaranteed to cause more problems in the future.

cossiegaz

January 19, 2016 11:13 AM

MotoGP » Jarvis calls for ‘respect’, MotoGP working on ‘issues’


Rexxy Sure they need a bit more grip on marquez too but ..is it Rossi who started this pre sepang...if rossi hadn't done that there wouldn't have been this much drama.........anyway past is past but Rossi needs to calm down a bit offtrack in front of the camera.....disrespecting CEO in front of camera is no good for any sport nd Rossi is old enough to know this I agree Rossi perhaps didn't need to be so vocal pre-sepang but Marquez played dirty on track when he didn't need to. Off track talk and on track action should be kept seperate, only comparison I can think of is UFC or boxing where all sorts of insults are thrown pre-fight to gain a psycological advantage but action in the ring is 99% of the time kept clean and respect is shown between fighters after the fight. I just feel we have not seen the last of selfish, dangerous, immature behaviour on track from Marquez. All riders should be wary of him.

cossiegaz

December 02, 2015 7:02 PM

MotoGP » Rossi teases rally switch after MotoGP career


Realist:
VKal:
cossiegaz:
Jack Mordino: "While confirming his desire has grown even stronger to secure a tenth world title, and a seventh MotoGP world championship, Rossi feels that (...)" The tenth world title, if it ever comes, will be his 8th MotoGP title....
He currently has 1 x 125cc 1 x 250cc 1 x 500cc and 6 x moto gp so a tenth title would be his 7th Moto gp title.
the 500 (2T era) was highest GP class, can count as MotoGP.
Exactly! Most of us get this. Apparently he didn't though.
Ok then so Max Biaggi is a 4 x Moto2 champion, Lorenzo is a 2 x moto2 champion, Alex Marquez is a 1 x 125cc champion because they're the mid class and lowest class so must be the same as 250cc and 125cc


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