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March 30, 2015 5:15 AM

MotoGP » Marquez: Outcome is difficult to accept

To say that taking Bautista out of the race was no big thing is just arrogance. Marquez ruined Bautista's chances through his own selfishness. I really enjoy Moto GP but I feel very strongly that riders who try to barge their way past other riders should be deducted points. It's just lucky that there hasn't been a fatality yet. When someone does get killed the judiciary will say "Oh, maybe we should have done something".


April 19, 2015 8:26 AM

MotoGP » Crutchlow annoyed with Lorenzo, Vinales

Yet another Crutchlow whinge (yawn!). He typically goes well in qualifying but always has an excuse for why he didn't make the podium. Qualifying isn't the race. Why should the real contenders let him past - only to have him get in their way when he hasn't got a top rider to follow? No one will take you seriously Cal, until you actually start getting some podiums.


April 12, 2015 7:39 AM

MotoGP » Honda explains Stoner decision

If Casey is serious about making a comeback then one of the top teams should be offering him a ride - right now. We're only one race (OK - 2 races) into the season and the championship is still wide open. If there's one guy who can beat Marquez it's Casey Stoner, and so far Marquez is only 5th on points. Seize this chance you factory teams! This could quickly become an exciting season!


April 11, 2015 3:11 AM

MotoGP » Honda explains Stoner decision

I agree that Honda's story is BS. Remember it is not polite to tell the truth directly in Japanese culture if the truth might cause offence. The Japanese way is to hide the truth in flowery words, even if it means telling a lie. If they love Casey so much why would they deny him his wish? Surely he can decide for himself whether or not he needs a podium that badly - and why does it not matter to Honda that Aoyama has virtually no chance of a podium? I have no idea why they've really done this but I'm sure they've pissed Casey off. Make him an offer Ducati!


April 08, 2015 9:56 AM

MotoGP » Pramac boss Guidotti hails Ducati renaissance

Seems they've finally got the chassis to work at last. It must've been a huge embarrassment for Ducati, having been hailed for so long as the masters of chassis design, to have built a MotoGP bike that didn't handle and for them to have taken years and years to find the reason. There aren't that many variables after all. Steering head angle, stiffness, swingarm pivot point, swingarm length, wheelbase. Have I missed anything? Surely they already had loads of tried and true data on which to base their designs. It looks like they're out of the woods now but why did it take so long?

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