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October 26, 2014 5:01 PM

MotoGP » 'One Euro' wire cost Crutchlow chance of fourth

Here's some interview coaching, free of charge. Cal should say, "We were running in sixth after someone in front of us fell. I felt comfortable on the bike as the team had the bike working nicely. Unfortunately, we suffered a mechanical glitz. These things happen. Although it's impossible to predict where I would have finished, assuming I didn't crash(self deprecating humor, show's humility) I believe we had a good result in us. Nice result by Dovi. I look forward to Valencia. Cheers."


October 26, 2014 5:53 PM

MotoGP » Marquez: Pressure has eased for record bid at Valencia

MM93 is a very likable sort. Charming, good looking and articulate. Marc has thoroughly dominated the 2014 series. It seems he had a three race win cushion forever so as much as Yamaha has upped their game, the reality is Marquez could conceivably lost a bit of fire to win. Meanwhile, VR46 & JL99 are chomping at the bit to win so it's all conjecture. It would be refreshing to hear Marc say that the record doesn't mean anything because of the shorter '97 series though. Just to put things in perspective, IMHO.


October 29, 2014 6:07 AM

WSBK » Crutchlow on WSBK troubles, BSB strengths

As mentioned, the TV coverage blows for WSBK. Here in the US we can only watch on BEIN in spanish. Ah, ok. Or on the web, which costs moolah. No thanks. Personally, I find WSBK to be the more entertaining series over MotoGP, two races, more competitive grid, more dicing, production based bikes. Accessible and friendlier riders and paddock. Better bang for the buck. As far as CC35's infinite wisdom goes, perhaps he should have put more effort into winning a WSBK title, or a BSB title for that matter.


October 26, 2014 3:03 AM

MotoGP » 'Up and down day' for Redding

I realize Scott is a twenty one year old and likes to run his mouth and could possibly use a little PR coaching and is in the pressure cooker that is MotoGP. Here is a little comparison to Nicky Hayden, whom most on this website believe is a has been, never deserved the '06 MotoGP title, w/e, and who has been supposedly owned by young SR45 this year. Nicky came to MotoGP as a twenty one year old as well. HRC rewarded young Nick for defeating Mat Mladin, who had a stranglehold on the AMA Superbike Series(THE domestic SBK series at the time). Nicky also had pressure, namely teammate to VR46 on the Repsol Honda team. That's huge pressure. Two podiums in a new series, new tracks, totally foreign lifestyle, etc, in his first year. Not bad. Repsol saw something in the kid and he in return delivered a MotoGP title. You know, that title DP26 is yet to win. Here is the difference, Nicky comports himself the same way he does today at thirty three as he did as the seventeen year old wi

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