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March 27, 2015 5:45 AM

MotoGP » Crutchlow plays down top satellite start, slams di Meglio

As far as I can see he was simply putting the results of the 1st practice into perspective and said nothing to denigrate AE. Do you think he'll finish 3rd? If CC was talking up his top satellite position some of you would be doing just exactly what he has done by saying something remarkably similar I'm sure. Let these guys talk ffksake without leaping at their every word. Here's to a safe and entertaining race weekend! :-D


May 11, 2014 1:16 AM

RR » Danny Webb - Q&A

An interesting article and a well laid out approach to the huge change in direction for Danny.I'm willing to bet he finds it (road racing) more entertaining and satisfying than what he has been involved in up to this point in his career. Here's to a safe and enjoyable transition. Good on the lot of you guys involved in this and it's always good to see new faces in the paddock.


May 30, 2014 1:22 AM

MotoGP » 'Fantastic' Suzuki MotoGP test for Laverty

Jeez there's no shortage of assassins here these days. Give the guy a chance ffksake. The Suzuki SBK bike did well at Phillip Island and made the team look great, since then it's been business as usual trying to wring the most out of it. EL isn't the most charismatic of riders but the guy is clearly focussed and has a measured and determined approach. Frustration in a rider can often lead to incidents as have seen in the past with many who ride less than fully sorted bikes. The exception is probably Johnny Rea who keeps it upright most weeks. Anyhow I digress - give the fella a break and see where it all goes. I'd be knocking on Aleix Espargaro's, Dovi and Pedrosa's door as well if I was Mr Suzuki.... Randy is on the wrong side of his curve unfortunately - keep him as a development rider though. Tom Sykes as an outsider?


May 16, 2014 12:20 AM

WSBK » Fabrizio leaves Grillini, Staring to replace

Fabrizio has had a lifetime of sweet opportunities and never made the grade. Sure he had his good days but no real consistency to match the level of rides he was being spoon fed it seemed at times. I truly hope Davide Guigliano's errors ease and he becomes the next truly fast Italian in WSBK. As for Bryan Staring, I think if you keep an eye on him you will see a highly accomplished rider who has no shortage of commitment or speed all going well. Good luck to both Bryan and the team.

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