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July 20, 2014 8:45 PM

BSB » Josh Waters romps to debut BSB win

Wow!, Nice going there Josh. Great to see Waters return to the form that had him set to race the Yosh Suzuki in the AMA a couple of years back, before suffering a serious concussion while testing. The injury was bad enough to force Josh to miss a whole season. Whether MotoGP, WSBK, BSB or AMA, it's refreshing to see fresh blood up front, mixing it up. Makes it much more exciting to tune in, IMHO.


July 23, 2014 4:13 PM

MotoGP » Hayden confirms Aspar, upgraded Honda plans

@ValeRoy Yeah, not really sure why there are so many naysayers ready to throw NH69 under the bus. Perhaps it's the"American" in him. Maybe it's his crazy hair dye jobs back when he was 19 racing a HRC RC51(no TC). Might be his southern twang. Could be it's because despite the lack of results(due to equipment, see Vettel, etc), Nick continues to be a huge fan favorite. More so I believe it's the fact that HRC, more specifically, Repsol Honda hired the 21y.o. squirt along side VR46. All he did was deliver Honda a premier class MotoGP WC(see VR46, CS27, MM93). "Mr. Hayden, you will be seated at the Champions table, please follow me."


July 19, 2014 2:29 AM

MotoGP » Second wrist surgery for Nicky Hayden

@Moto89 "Nicky is a solid rider and did a decent job in 2006." With all due respect, I'd call a MotoGP title more than decent. Pedrosa's has what, 28+ MotoGP wins. That's decent, wait a minute, impressive, no MotoGP title though. If and when DP26 wins his first premier class title, he will have exactly as many titles as Nicky. As the hater's continue to try and diminish the validity of Nick's '06 title remember this. The 2006 field was more stacked with talent than the present MotoGP grid. Also, it's not like the Pedrosa's, Menaldri's, Stoner's, etc didn't want to win the title. All riding badass 990's without today's electronics. HUGE difference. To the detractor's that continue to bag on NH69, ponder this. Show me a rider in any paddock that comports himself in a more professional manner than Hayden, and I'll give you a good deal on some oceanfront property in Arizona. Translation, it ain't gonna happen.


July 20, 2014 9:32 PM

F1 » Vettel: Fourth the best we could get

It wasn't long ago that SV was unbeatable. Now, Sebastian is working his tail off to finish top five. Without overstating the obvious, At the pinnacle of motorsports, it's ALL about the equipment. World champions don't luck their way to titles. The Nicky Hayden detractors continue to overlook this "minor" aspect that defines winning or losing. Much like NH69 has been for the past six years, SV is now in the same boat. Best of luck to both WC's. They deserve it.


July 16, 2014 12:56 AM

MotoGP » Redding 3.5s from Bautista

Redding has been groomed to be a GP star for six + years. No championship titles in that span. Lackluster results for the most part. Whoopie, youngest ever to win a 125cc GP race, big deal. In 2012 he very well could have won the Moto2 title but biffed @ PI. SR45 had the points lead and if he would have had the championship pedigree needed(Lowes bros), he would have ridden within himself. Bye bye to the closest sniff Redding will ever have of a Grand Prix championship. At 21(Redding's present age), Nicky Hayden was winning the AMA Superbike Championship on the fire breathing factory RC51(no TC) against the Mladins, etc of the world. This is when the AMA series was the premier domestic series in the world. Guess what? HRC thought so much of this no talent, they put him on the coveted Repsol Honda along side VR46. In '06, Hayden lead the points the majority of the season, on the box almost every weekend. Two wins, nothing spectacular, a few dnf's from Vale helped Nick's cause


July 14, 2014 5:44 PM

MotoGP » Crutchlow: Big scare... but good fun!

As I was reading the article, I was thinking, "wow, nice, dude is not complaining about his bike for a change." Wrong, "my bike doesn't turn, my bike doesn't turn,...". Same bemoaning, new day, whilst collecting a fat paycheck. "Both Crutchlow and Dovizioso have been linked with the returning Suzuki team."........LMFAO. There was even an article here in the US linking Crutchlow with Pedrosa's Repsol seat. Who makes up this nonsense? CC's minions, that's who. I am more likely to regrow hair on my dome than CC landing another factory MotoGP seat. There are too many more attractive options available to the powers that be. Dateline 7/29, "Cal Crutchlow has decided to remain with Ducati MotoGP."

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