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December 22, 2015 11:15 AM

WSBK » WSBK Rider of the Year 2015 - 3rd

cfsteezy: Rea wont be champ next year. I said it here first. Sykes champ 2016. Disagree all you like but a i will say, 'i told you so'... Rea is great, not god. And i stand by the commentators that the 2015 rule changes put sykes and his team on the back foot. Since when has sykes ever had such bad tyre issues? Never. So if thats fixed this season then he is unstopable
How about 2012, where he faded back with tire issues frequently.


March 06, 2016 8:20 PM

MotoGP » Stoner’s Qatar test back on with reschedule

According to another site (motomatters), Yamaha had booked the track even later for Colin Edwards to test and they can't even claim confusion over which day mattered. Ducati simply havn't made enough GP16's for Stoner to test one during the official test as well (he rode the GP15 at Sepang). They would have had to take a bike from one of the Andrea's for him to test then, which would be pretty stupid thing to do.


February 12, 2016 1:24 PM

MotoGP » Ajo: Manufacturers would enhance Moto2

I do like how in Moto2 the single engine supplier made a class well suited to independent chassis suppliers. Moriwaki, Suter and Kalex have all taken riders to winning the championship, none of which really have a strong showing in the other classes, and they can never hope to match the budgets of the full manufactures. It is a shame that 95% of the grid are all on Kalex's now thou.


February 09, 2016 4:35 AM

MotoGP » Stoner: Carbon frame Ducati ‘best bike’ in 2009

Yearby23: I still remember when everyone wrote Stoner off from his illness, that he would never win again when he came back. Won by 15 seconds in the wet at Sepang. There hasn't been a dominant race winner in the top class by that margin since.
Pedrosa won by 37 seconds at Valencia in 2012, after starting from pitlane (to grab slicks), and slowing down in the last 6ish laps to the point that riders were unlapping themselves. And was also catching Lorenzo quickly who started from the front row on slicks. Stoner's Sepang win was probably a more level playing field in that everyone was on wets for the entire race distance.

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