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November 03, 2014 4:41 PM

WSBK » New WSBK champion Guintoli joins PATA Honda for 2015

No doubt it is strange for a defending champion to switch marks, the "1" isn't really properly represented. It happened in the AMA when Ben Bostrom won the '98 title on the Honda RC45 and then moved to Ducati the following year. After some thought, I have converted to being a SG50 fan. Sylvain's long path on various bikes culminating in the 2014 WSBK Championship is refreshing. I bagged on him for leaving Suzuki at the alter, but if I had the opportunity to get on the better bike, I'd have done the same. To see the pictures of Sylvain and that genuine, beaming happiness was great. Way to go! Guintoli, has a WSBK trophy on his shelf, the rest is gravy. Well done.


November 02, 2014 12:32 AM

MotoGP » EXCLUSIVE: Crutchlow talks 2014 ahead of Ducati exit

Fast forward to 2016, Wikipedia: Cal Crutchlow, 31, born in Coventry England. 2009 World Supersport Champion. Outspoken. Raced in MotoGP from 2011-2015 for three teams. Achieved a career high 5th place in MotoGP Championship in 2013 while riding for Tech 3. Ten total GP podiums(high of 2nd). Now racing in the World Superbike Championship on a Kawasaki for Paul Bird Motorsports......


October 31, 2014 4:13 AM

MotoGP » PICS: Casey Stoner back on MotoGP machinery

I think it's fair to assume that CS27 would be competitive right from the jump and a title contender. He could ride to the level of MM93, he's got that skill set in him. As many have commented, Stoner's incessant whining became a major buzz kill for me. Dude, you are racing the most incredible motorcycles on earth at the most fantastic circuits with your smoke show wife at your side. Lighten up and quit acting like an entitled baby. Try pouring concrete for a day, bucko. It would be interesting to see Mr. Stoner back on the Repsol Honda but only with a serious attitude adjustment, otherwise, there is a lot of fresh talent making their way onto the grid. There may very well be another Stoner amongst them.


November 02, 2014 8:31 PM

WSBK » Sylvain Guintoli clinches 2014 WSBK title

Congratulations to SG50. Sylain manned up in crunch time and took the title. Deserving champ no doubt. Unquestionably the best bike on the grid for the past five years, so you have to admire Spies and Sykes race craft against a more formidable package. A couple of breaks here and there and we could be talking about a three time WSBK Champion in Sykes. You know that's stewing in Tom's noggin. WSBK, the best bang for the buck world championship going.

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