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April 04, 2015 1:32 AM

MotoGP » Aoyama called up to replace injured Pedrosa

Evolutions: It is turning out to be a good post for discussion. But the funniest part for me is there are plenty who thinks Stoner can be a good option REALLY?? I mean that guy always won just because of the bike and when Field becomes equal than he run away. The fact is Stoner don't have guts now to come back. Situation changes alot now compare to the past. Now Vr is dominating the field and it need guts to stop Vale with his new yamaha( with hard brakes and seamless) and Stoner don't have guts. Honda decision is good to give aoyama the seat. He is good rider and he rode the bike last year. I am sure he can finish top 10. I am sure if stoner is going to ride that repsol again he can't able to finish in top 10 and thats the fact now level of competetion is very high and Stoner knew that thats why he run away! :)
Gotta love these deluded Rossi fans... :)


March 28, 2015 2:17 AM
Last Edited 248 days ago

MotoGP » Casey Stoner to make motorcycle racing comeback

Number76: It wasn't the same bike. It was getting progressively worse. Go back and watch the 2010 season. Stoner would crash out on it for no reason. Up front all by himself and just lose the front and go down. I'll give credit still though that he got wins on a bike no one else had success on. But he isn't even in the same category as Rossi. Both his championships came on bikes that far outclassed the rest of the field.
You gotta be kidding??? Try reversing the names in your fantasy story and you might have it close to right. Rossi had the superior bike as evidenced by the end of season testing at the last race of the season. Casey sat on the Honda and went straight to number 1 and Valentino went to last on the Ducati. Then Ducati redesigned the whole bike for Valentino and he still couldn't do any better than 8th. Casey made Rossi look like the clown he is, and that's why his fans re-write history to be able to get through the day.


March 16, 2015 10:39 AM

F1 » Red Bull issues quit threat over regulations

richard: some people need to read the words of marko! when asked he stated that they would have to consider their position as the rules etc were counter productive to proper racing. and dont forget, when rbr / newey were bending rules, which they were allowed to do, merc and ferrari were crying to the fia and had loopholes closed many times. but now that merc have control and are ruining f1, there are no steps being taken by fia, apart from the one where fuel pressure is to be monitored more closely. f1 was shaken up by red bull, and we should be thankful for that. if they decided to leave, that is their call, and we would lose a quarter of the grid!
I cant believe it, I agree with Richard for once, maybe i'm not well, I better lay down for a bit.. :D

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