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Polyccio

July 01, 2015 11:34 AM

MotoGP » Barbera: I don't know what Miller was thinking


JedPB67:
Polyccio: The sport wasn't as much of a European series as it is now and you don't see so many great riders coming out of the States now.
I hope when you say "European series" you mean as in rider nationality and not number of races outside of Europe.
I was referring to the fact that DORNA is a Spanish organisation so it is no coincidence that there are so many Spanish/European riders getting the best seats. The squeaky wheel and all that... Didn't Stoner spend most of his early years living in a caravan to pursue his dream?

Polyccio

July 02, 2015 9:25 PM

MotoGP » Marquez: Expect more of the same Assen drama


Tomco: Cant believe the cr.p Im hearing from these *****s. MM is here to race and thats exactly what hes doing. Rossi has done the same so has Stoner, Biaggi, Doohan, Schwantz, Rainey, Roberts, Lawson, Sheene. And so on. Its called motorcycle racing or racing of any sorts. Its not a PC sport. Let them get on with it for christs sake.
No problem with that but he shouldn't run crying to Livio when his banzai manoeuvre doesn't pay off.

Polyccio

June 30, 2015 5:23 PM

MotoGP » Barbera: I don't know what Miller was thinking


TheBoogieMan: Well honestly Miller should have spent a year in Moto2 to adjust to a heavier bike , I can see why Honda wanted him but it's dangerous to other riders
+1 on that. Most great riders served an apprenticeship in the lower classes so I have no idea why HRC thought it was a good idea to parachute a wild-riding rookie straight into the premier class??? I asked at the time if Honda thought this kid was better than a Lorenzo or Rossi so didn't need to hone his skills in Moto2 like everyone else does. There is a theory that DORNA were involved so there'd be better viewing figures down under and a better gate at PI???

Polyccio

July 01, 2015 8:26 AM
Last Edited 5 days ago

MotoGP » Barbera: I don't know what Miller was thinking


Doobie:
Polyccio:
TheBoogieMan:
+1 on that. Most great riders served an apprenticeship in the lower classes so I have no idea why HRC thought it was a good idea to parachute a wild-riding rookie straight into the premier class???
There are plenty of greats that didn't compete in the smaller classes- Kevin S, Mick D, Eddie L, Wayne G, they came thru either superbike or F1.
This is why I said 'most' but I was referring to the modern era, not 30/40 years ago when things were a lot different. The sport wasn't as much of a European series as it is now and you don't see so many great riders coming out of the States now. Competing in 125 and 250 or moto3/2 is the usual progression for good riders in the modern era. Not many of the riders who come from WSB or Supersport make that much of an impact in MotoGP it seems.

Polyccio

June 29, 2015 1:20 PM

MotoGP » Espargaro: Looks like anything goes on last corner...


Garcia: Ok we have heard P Espargaro opinion let's hear his team mate Smith: That's what I saw too, same as Smith and also Toseland. I think it was so clever, .
Toseland's opinion is worth about as much as one of his piano concerto's. Maybe he's had a chance to review his comment after watching some slo-mo's? If he hadn't have used the other bike as a berm, he would have ran wide anyway. This is how the majority of non-orange thong wearers saw it...


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