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July 21, 2014 1:07 PM

MotoGP » Three riders for factory Ducati team?

TheLucaFormat: Cal has really ****ed his career up. Always saying he wanted a factory contract, which is fair enough but there's no point if the factory bike that he would end up riding would be slower than a satellite bike from another manufacturer, which lets face it, was always the case if it was a Ducrapi.
Cals mistake was only signing for 1 year with Tech 3 for 2013. All of the other good bikes had a rider on a contract until the end of 2014 meaning if he wanted to stay in MotoGP the only pace he could go after Tech 3 was Ducati. He is going to have the same problem at the end of next season... All the other factory bikes will have riders on a 2 year contract and he will have nowhere to go.
And that's when Ducati will take their chance to get shot of him!


July 08, 2014 9:06 AM

MotoGP » Valentino Rossi: 2000 NSR to 2016 M1

jorgebest: Dude everything is corrent in your comment except one line Marquez is better than Vale. Man it is bit early to say it is only his second championship first of all he have to win 5 in a row. And one Massive decision he have to take also to match Vale is to win a championship in another manufacture on your first year. And i think it is too tough to win the championship on your first year in a different bike.
Stoner did it twice


July 07, 2014 8:50 AM

MotoGP » Valentino Rossi: 2000 NSR to 2016 M1

TrueFan: I can't see why VR would do WSBK...especially since he's become competitive again in MotoGP. "To put Rossi's planned 17-year premier-class career into perspective, if Marquez was to repeat the feat he would need to remain in MotoGP until the end of the 2029 season! " Hahaha...that's pretty good!
I'd love to see him stay in Moto GP as long as possible but there is going to come a time when he won't be competitive otherwise Agostini, Schwantz, Capirossi etc would still be racing GP's, age catches up with everybody eventually and if he does equal or break Ago's record of 8 titles what will he do after that, stay in Moto Gp to try and win another title or go to WSB and take up the challenge of being the first GP champ to win WSB title? Bayliss was still at the top when he retired and Biaggi I think was 41 when he won last title WSB title so there is still time for that.

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