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August 09, 2014 3:54 PM

MotoGP » Hard work, dirt track behind Rossi ‘rejuvenation’

As mentioned, I would have to believe Vale's "rejuvenation" is due in part to being back on a competitive bike he has had much success on. Secondly, Rossi doesn't need anymore hardware in his trophy cabinet. Of course I'm sure he has approached each of the last two seasons with the ambition of winning the title. Standing on the box almost every weekend, a close third(to second) in points makes it fun, which is the bottom line, having fun. All you have to do is watch the video of Vale, Nick, the Miller kid, and a bunch of other guys having fun out at "Area 46".


August 08, 2014 6:36 AM

MotoGP » Cal Crutchlow talks Ducati U-turn

I was surprised to read that LCR was keen on keeping SB6 but that once there were mutterings of interest in CC35, Forward offered Bradl a multiyear deal, so he bolted. If I'm correct, Crutchlow has a one year contract. Cal you better show results worthy of a new contract. 2015 is shaping up to be much better than this year. An influx of young blood on good mounts, Suzuki's return, rule changes, performance upgrades for the customer Honda's. Sounds good to me.


August 07, 2014 1:08 AM

MotoGP » Stefan Bradl signs for Forward Yamaha

Bradl is five years younger than Crutchlow. A former Moto2 champ. Everyone saw what Stefan did @ LS last year. Highly technical circuit, pole, 2nd place finish. As many have said, the change may be good for SB6, to reinvigorate him, if you will. I believe with the ever changing rules, the Forward Racing bikes, the Aspar bikes, etc, are going to be mixing it up near the top five. Crutchlow is going to be there as well. Don'tt be surprised if the Ducati's run in front of CC35 either. Wouldn't that be a hoot.

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