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August 02, 2014 3:40 PM

WSBK » Chaz Davies: The long road to success

Watched Chaz race the R6 for Celtic Racing in the AMA. Fast from the jump, and he fit in nicely with fellow racers and teams in the paddock, making many friends. Also, at Laguna in 2007, all of a sudden I noticed Alex Hoffman wasn't going to race because of injury and CD7 was thrown into the the mix on the Ducati. Looked fast and like he belonged out there. Dude paid his dues and is now WC and a factory star. Great story!


July 31, 2014 3:54 PM

WSBK » Suzuki keen to retain Lowes, Laverty for 2015

I believe AL22 has more upside than EL58. There's no denying Eugene's speed. Nine wins in 2013 WSBK confirms that. Here's the problem. Race wins are one thing, consistent finishes vs dnf's are another thing. Laverty has been on championship winning bikes but has failed to close the deal. Alex is four years younger than Laverty. Lowes has for the most part, out performed his veteran teammate. His dnf's have been the result of being taken out by others and rookie exuberance. Lastly, AL22 has championship chops. Last year in BSB, Alex took down the alpha dog in Byrne and closed the deal when given the opportunity.


August 06, 2014 6:44 AM

WSBK » Aprilia boss against introducing team orders

Seriously, TS66(1) controls the WSBK series. Dude can turn it up when he has to at the most crucial times. Consolidates points when the win isn't in the cards. The alpha dog no doubt. The Aprilia boys have the equipment and speed but the self induced dnf's cannot happen(see TS66). You can tell by Albesiano's tone that the Portimao team biff chafe's his ****, bigtime. WSBK, two races, two times the fun. Second tier series? Not even.


August 06, 2014 7:08 AM

MotoGP » Marquez targets ten, interested to see Indy changes

Although the likelihood of the the kid sweeping the series is remote, here we are at the halfway point and MM93(1) is undefeated. Beyond impressive. Marquez could sit out the next three races and still find himself leading the series points. "WTF?" Yeah, exactly what I was thinking..... Marc's level of humble swagger and racecraft are a sight to behold no doubt. JL99, VR46, DP26 Go time.


August 03, 2014 2:00 AM

MotoGP » LCR Honda confirms Cal Crutchlow

I believe this is about LCR landing a deep pocketed sponsor who happens to be based out of London. They want a british rider, yes? CC35 should be able to do better than on the Ducati, who won't? In all likelihood he will post results similar to those of his Tech 3 Yamaha days. Not a given though as there is a deeper field, rule changes and the like. Cal will never be a top tier MotoGP rider. He's just not that good He bumps his gums like he is and where has that got him? On his third team in three years. Quite lucky to even be in MootGP. The remaining races should be interesting on Crutchlow's side of the Ducati garage. Ducati Corse must regretting the signing this malcontent over NH69 about now.

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