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August 31, 2014 3:14 AM

MotoGP » Marc VDS pushing for Redding-Honda deal

Redding is young, personable and marketable. Not to mention brash. Hasn't MR45 done pretty much what was expected of him? After all, he did finish second in Moto2 last year. One would expect Scott to be battling for top production Honda rights and he has, albeit with the help of the NH69 injury. Hardly the huge revelation some seem to claim. Good, solid, expected results from a guy who has been in GP for five plus years. Why LCR didn't chose this British rider to go along with their new British sponsorship is puzzling. That would have been the ticket.


August 22, 2014 7:41 AM

WSBK » Sykes to remain with Kawasaki in 2015, 2016

Good for TS66. And why wouldn't he. He's the big cheese. As Spies once said, the WSBK paddock is open, friendly and fun. Much more enjoyable than the MotoGP paddock. Personally, I look more forward to watching WSBK. More racing, more parody, and the bikes look every bit as cool as the prototypes. Plus, as many have stated, the average schmoe can ride to the WSBK race near where he lives on his ZX10,....and feel more connected. WSBK. On par with MotoGP, all day long. If not better.


August 29, 2014 8:04 AM

MotoGP » Dovi: 'Logic' behind new Ducati deal

AD04 is doing an admirable job on the Ducati. He comports himself well with regards to towing the company line, and understands who signs his paychecks. I'm sure management is happy with the results and Andrea's professionalism. I also agree with Kwack636R in that since Dovi formally rode for the mighty Repsol Honda team, he has been given fantastic opportunities in MotoGP. Here's hoping the new GP15 is legitimately competitive and we see Dovizioso challenging for wins. Racing is better when many guys have the opportunity to realistically win.


August 24, 2014 3:55 AM

MotoGP » Cal Crutchlow: Trading places

“Yeah sure, I know that I'm not the strongest guy in the braking zone." Some time earlier this year, Cal said he rides like JL99. How so? Jorge is ultra smooth, feet on the pegs, with crazy lean angles. CC35, the opposite. Maybe if Cal kept his feet on the pegs, he would become better on the brakes. Rossi does it because he is much taller than Crutchlow, and, well, Rossi. VR46 is the king of style. He invented the outrigger leg trick in recent years. Now half the guys think it's the way to go. Back during his title run, Vale didn't take his feet off the pegs. Trying to be stylish doesn't necessarily translate to going faster.

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