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October 14, 2014 5:47 AM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: I never regret anything in life

Man oh man. Everyone's talking like the Yamaha M1 is a heap o do do. How many titles has the dreadful Yamaha won in the past 10 years? Exactly. Jorge is a smooth cat. I thought he was a bit cocky coming in as the 250 champ, but rightfully so, JL99 was a young cocky WC. Personally, I get a kick of his robot planting the flag routine. When Jorge speaks, he is articulate and thoughtful. I like his loyalty to Yamaha and Yamaha is fortunate to have JLo in their garage. Don't underestimate the pair in 2015.


October 14, 2014 4:29 PM

MotoGP » Hayden ‘gradually’ recovering wrist strength

Very happy to see Nicky's wrist is healing well, particularly after the nature of the heaving braking zones in Motegi. Anyone who doesn't think NH69 could be challenging for podiums on a competitive bike is either fooling them self or is a hater. Not really sure about the hater's either, Nicky is a consummate pro, humble and polite. You can't be liked by everyone I guess. In the meantime, Hayden goes really well at Philip Island. It would be safe to assume an impressive result from the 2006 MotoGP World Champion. Good luck Champ!


October 12, 2014 10:51 PM

MotoGP » Rossi: Marquez improved, but 2013 more impressive

When VR46 talks, people listen. The goat doesn't just bump his gums. Vale's observations and comments have substance. And flare. I have the utmost respect for Rossi not because he still wins or because of his trophy cabinet. It's because of one item in that trophy cabinet. The title he won in 2001 on the NSR500. A vicious and unforgiving motorcycle. Electronics? Please. HP? You bet! Sadly, today's bikes have dumbed down the sport. Rossi may very well have a win in him down under. Good luck Valentino.


October 13, 2014 8:19 PM

MotoGP » Rossi: Marquez improved, but 2013 more impressive

@RSMick @Truefan No doubt. Gardner's bike was much more of a hand full than the '01 bike Vale won the title on. My point was Vale won on the old school two stroke 500 and that he transcended the 500cc era to the computer enhanced space ships of today, winning on both. Not trying to diminish MM93's achievements or racecraft in any way. I'm just curious to see how the grid would fare sans electronics. Would be interesting.


October 12, 2014 7:18 AM

MotoGP » Marc Marquez is 2014 champion, Lorenzo wins Motegi

Nice going MM93. The kid has had a three race cushion forever, so to say it was anticlimactic would be an understatement. Two in a row, impressive. I have to say, that was a boring race. As @lexis mentioned, Moto2 has MotoGP's number all day long in terms of entertainment. For the sake of MotoGP, let's sure hope Dorna get's all these rules sorted out and we get grid with many competitive bikes. Otherwise the series will become Snoozeville. Oh yeah, and lose the techno show.


October 11, 2014 8:14 AM

MotoGP » Dovizioso takes Ducati's first pole since 2010

@Fullofit There is no denying Honda has the deepest pockets. Ducati won the 2007 title with the best rider on the fastest bike. Not necessarily the best bike. With a level playing field Ducati proved they are capable of building a bike that can win. Hopefully MotoGP gets the rules ironed out before cynics like myself switch the channel to the Westminster Dog Show.


October 10, 2014 9:20 PM

MotoGP » Marc VDS Honda MotoGP deal official

I know this going to ruffle some tail feathers but here goes. Now why exactly are we to expect that SR45 is going to be trading paint for rostrum positions any more that PE44 or SB6? Is Scott better than these guy's? If Redding was a truly a generational talent, Repsol would have make room for him(see CS27 today). True, it is great that he will be on a factory, or as close to, a factory spec Honda as one could short of the vaunted Repsol Honda. I want to see SR45 do well. I like the swagger and youthful exuberance Scotty exudes. I'd love to see a grid where anyone of the top ten is mixing it up for wins and we don't have a F1 procession. IMHO, it would be realistic to expects results similar to those of the late great MS58(RIP), CC35 on the Yammy 2013, or Bradl at LS last year.

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