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January 20, 2016 6:12 PM

MotoGP » Rossi: Sepang comments changed nothing

We'll wait and see what this season has to offer. I'm sure Rossi going to run the same plan as last year Tortoise and hare syndrome. Marques will ride like he only knows flat out gun ho, if he stays on you can bet that Lorenzo going to get no favours from him this time round. I'm hoping the Ducati's and Suzuki's will have a say in matters so as to take some of the heat out of all this. For sure the PR management for all involved are going to earn there corn this year


October 30, 2015 2:10 PM

MotoGP » Valentino Rossi appeals Sepang penalty

He's not been penalised 3 points from his championship total it's only on his licence, he'd already received a point from a drama with Lorenzo in qualification earlier in the season, these extra points have put him on the back of the grid for the last race. They have hammered Danny Kent this year over this, his race is going to be just as dramatic, the kid got it all on to get that last point


February 12, 2015 3:44 PM

MotoGP » MotoGP top speeds ‘medium-term concern’

When was the last time there was a major accident due to high speeds? Back in 1957 bikes where reaching 170mph Moto Guzzi 500 V8 that engine was fitted into a chassis with tyres and brakes that would scare any man. Crashes have almost always happened whilst the bike is on the brakes or in the corners. So what do the governing bodies do to try and make things safer? Stick more silly chicanes and bends in the circuit to try and slow things down causing more mayhem!! In doing so deprive us of all the fantastic circuits such as Spa, Monza and the like. I'm all for safety, but lowering top speeds will not make the sport any safer

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