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April 08, 2014 3:45 AM

MotoGP » Rain scuppers Ducati MotoGP test

TalentFan: Still finding it sad and a sorry reflection on intelligence that people manage to slag Ducati for being given a so called unfair advantage.... yet without any thoughts about how HRC & Yamaha Factory teams have had the advantage of skewing the series rules to Play to and Protect their huge resource and technical advantages for years! Talk about double standards! How can you berate one Mfr for this, yet have no problem for another to have got away with so much more, for so much longer? Is this bias? Or just plain stupidity? It makes no sense to anyone with a fully functioning brain and any sense of fair play. So why do we see so much of this kind of attitude?
I think you are full of shit Ducati always got treated better when super bikes went to 1000 cc Ducati had to get 1099 and it keeps going and going every time there was a change. Some how or way they always were allowed just a tad more. I understand v twins don't make as much power but then race it in the twin class ( super bike related) and now why not give them an advantage in moto gp! You crazy ! They won countless championships with baliss and all inline 4 manufacturers were bitching because they were retaredly slow because of cc disadvantage. So I say fuck Ducati and even game for everyone.


March 30, 2014 3:16 AM

MotoGP » Bridgestone: Positive debut for 2014 MotoGP tyres

TedG: I think Lorenzo crashed because one of his most effective weapons is to squirt out in front on the opening laps and create a buffer. The track conditions, new tire construction, cold tires, and over eagerness to get away were a matter of the stars just not lining up. And probably a bit of frustration knowing that his most trusted weapon (high corner speeds and lean angles) had been compromised.


March 23, 2014 5:06 AM

MotoGP » Aleix Espargaro explains qualifying 'disaster'

Hugostiglitz3550: I'm calling BS for the fact that wasn't his first time running the soft rear with the hard front. Everybody is running the hard front and he made most of his quick laps on the soft rear and was able to also make fast laps on the hard rear, but not ass consistent. The way I see it. He let the fact that he had the pace from day one due to his post test data and familiarity. He let it go to his head as if he were untouchable and knew it was easy to make time. But once riders who didn't attend the Qatar test got those bikes dialed in. He didn't know how to handle that pressure and folded. TWICE. Don't want to hear no BS bout that rear soft you been running on that track for about 5 days worth of time now. Get outta here.. You folded. Lesson learned take that from it and don't make an excuse. Learn how to handle the pressure the champion grade riders have learned to harness. Lol Tyres.

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