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Einar

August 14, 2014 9:41 PM

MotoGP » Abraham confident of Brno future, 2015 Honda


For me curtain tracks are the backbone of the motogp championship.tracks like Brno, Phillip Island, Assen, Jerez, for exp I don´t understand why organizers don´t get that. The true fans want to see racing on real racetracks. that have fast smooth turns. Not tight turns and chicanes that are flat out dangerous for bike racing. I understand they want to explore new markets, But it has to by about the racetracks. If the racing is boring the people won´t come and to see half empty grandstands is not looking nice. Like last weekend in Indy. that place is to big and the track is boring overall. I don´t think organizers like to see more empty seats then not on TV.

Einar

July 18, 2014 10:30 PM

BSB » Brookes to quit BSB after 2014?


I think Josh can be competitive in WSB, Next year the series in going all EVO so closer to what he is riding today. But in some ways you can´t argue that Shakey is the class of the field this year. Maybe he is also on the best bike, at least the Kawi looks faster on the straights then the Yamaha. But last year Josh was there with Shakey and Alex will come good in WSB and maybe Shakey never got the right bike to showcase his talent in WSB. But I hope all the best for Josh. and I hope he will step up this year in BSB and win the series. Go Josh

Einar

June 17, 2014 2:01 AM

MotoGP » Crutchlow loathe to run soft tyre 'out of principle'


I personally think, it is very unprofessional of Cal to be always complaining about the bike to the public. If I where the boss of Ducati I would be very disappointed with Cal both on and off the track. He is a part of a team and you discuss these things only in-house. Ducati has over the years good do much negative publicity from unhappy riders. At this level rider should be a true professionals. Not like a spoiled child that is unhappy with everything he gets. Also if he just want to cruise around for the rest of the year and not take any risks and wait for something better next year. I would simply move Cal to Pramac and but the Italian Iannone in the factory team. at least he is willing to give it 100%.

Einar

June 14, 2014 8:55 PM

BSB » Snetterton 300 - Qualifying results


I am a big Hopper fan, but see him ride today. You have to ask yourself if he is both mentally and physically up for the challenge. I really hope it was the bike that was not working ride, and I think he looked slimmer then he did sex weeks ago. But after all the pain and injuries and the time of the bike he as had of the bike over the recent years and also having started a family in the mean time it is a big question of he really is up for it or that he simply liked the thought of getting back on a bike and hopefully win a championship.

Einar

June 05, 2014 11:25 PM

BSB » Motorcycle world pays tribute to Karl Harris


I guess just out of curiosity, when athletes/riders get injured in a crash that is usually something that is talked about, what state of injure the rider had. I know very well that state of injury is not something that is a factor in the future when someone is killed. But like I said I guess it just a simple curiosity. but if that is something that is not appropriate to talk about in the UK. Then I apologize for asking. Anyway, this matter was not what my original post was about. I was hoping that would start some discussion about circuit racer going road racing.

Einar

June 04, 2014 6:28 PM

BSB » Motorcycle world pays tribute to Karl Harris


Racing in general, specially motorcycle racing is love/hate relationship. Like as been said before, all these guys are there because they want to be there, no one is forcing them to go to racing on the roads. They all know the risk and have heard the warnings from family and friends. So go racing at places like TT is something that has to be admired for huge bravery ,but at the same time it is as selfish as one person can get. Regarding respect for your family and friends. I guess that specially for the British riders that many feel that they need to take on the ultimate challenge to get the full respect form the public, because racing on true roads is such a tradition in the UK. But for guys like Simon Andrews and Karl Harris that are know for being big crashers, it is just a suicide mission to go racing the roads. It is maybe hard to say but that was my personal feeling, when I saw these guys where going to compete at the TT. Guys like John MacGuinnes and Bruce Anstey have be

Einar

June 04, 2014 9:29 PM

BSB » Motorcycle world pays tribute to Karl Harris


johnny13:
Einar: Anyway. Does anyone know what was the cause of death both in case of Simon and Karl.
They crashed on the roads, what else do you need to know? Inept beyond belief. Met bomber a few times and was always a proper lad. And over the mountain at Cadwell, google it what a dude. RIP Bomber, thoughts with his friends, team family and fellow road racing legends
I was asking about what kind of injury was the cause of death. wasn´t that pretty obvious

Einar

June 04, 2014 6:28 PM

BSB » Motorcycle world pays tribute to Karl Harris


Guys like John MacGuinnes and Bruce Anstey have been playing this came for so long and survived because they have much greater feeling for where the "line is" on the roads then guys that have spend there hole career on smooth purpose builds tracks that have run offs and other stuff that let you get away with crashing most off the time. Don´t get me wrong these guys aren´t any less talented then John and Bruce, it is just they are in some way playing a different game. when I see top circuit racers(Harris, Brooks etc) line up in the TT I get extra worried, because there feeling for the limit is in a different place then what the road has to offer. Don´t think that I am talking against road racing. I have a huge respect for the gladiators of the motorcycle world, and follow the TT closely and have gone to witness the TT couple years ago coming from Iceland, but like said before this game really is a love/hate relationship. this has been long post, I just wanted to say my personal

Einar

May 24, 2014 11:05 AM

WSBK » Laverty: I was realistic after Phillip Island


Is there more to get out of this bike? Isn´t this chassie at the end of it´s development. Even though the " Superbikes" have modified chassis. I would think there is a limit how long you can work with a old design in the competitive world of World Superbikes. In some way that can be said about the Honda also, but Johnny recent performance my have you question that. But it has been a hard for a long time and maybe the electronic package that Honda has now is so good that it makes the bike work better than if actually should. Look at Kawasaki. Ok that is a factory effort they are running, but it shows that the production bike has to be good to start with, to make a winning bike. It is not that by a miracle Kawasaki got better in going racing then Suzuki or Honda. Just the bikes DNA is better at the moment.


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