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August 19, 2014 12:09 PM

MotoGP » Camier keeps Aspar seat for Silverstone

Being a big fan of LC2, I am very happy for the opportunities being given to Leon, especially after the screw job he got from Crescent Suzuki. Also, there doesn't seem to be a shortage teams that like Camier's racecraft as well as character. Dude is tough. Evidence the huge off after running through the oil that took out he and JR65 last year. Silverstone is a great opportunity for Leon to further "audition" for a good 2015 seat. Best of luck!


August 09, 2014 3:54 PM

MotoGP » Hard work, dirt track behind Rossi ‘rejuvenation’

As mentioned, I would have to believe Vale's "rejuvenation" is due in part to being back on a competitive bike he has had much success on. Secondly, Rossi doesn't need anymore hardware in his trophy cabinet. Of course I'm sure he has approached each of the last two seasons with the ambition of winning the title. Standing on the box almost every weekend, a close third(to second) in points makes it fun, which is the bottom line, having fun. All you have to do is watch the video of Vale, Nick, the Miller kid, and a bunch of other guys having fun out at "Area 46".

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