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March 25, 2014 12:09 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo admits fault after falling from lead

AussieNSW: It was a mistake any rider could have made it happens to the best at times but I would say that if JLO did not have the crash he would have won by a long margin
Slow in free practice 1,2 and 3 Slow in qualifying Slow in morning warmup. Yeah i'm sure Lorenzo would have run away with it. However, Iannone was riding up front, fast in most sessions, crashed, remounted and still got a top 10. He could have been a serious challenger.


March 23, 2014 8:20 PM

MotoGP » Qatar MotoGP - Race Results

All 3 races today were fantastic! Gripped all the way through the MotoGP race, I think thats the best race since 2005/6. Marquez, what can we say. Rossi, he's back. He had the old Rossi lines, he was hunting and attacking, late on the brakes and squaring off the corners. Iannone, so much speed, one to watch in the future! Loved him in moto2. Bautista and Bradley, awesome first race guys, no points for ending in the gravel but you've proved your point. Both fast guys. Both in it for the podium. Redding, first open Honda, SO impressive, who would have thought that he'd beat Hayden home in his first race!


March 23, 2014 10:11 PM

MotoGP » Qatar MotoGP - Race Results

BJR:That's it in a nutshell, it's not about the "racing" for some fans (sorry to pick on you Fukkit58) it's about the show. The teams that perform the greatest aren't respected, it's all about the teams that put on the best show. Sad state for what is supposed to be a competitive event, it's more like a reality tv style competition.
It's all about the show. If the racing was fair(er) like moto 3 and moto 2 then the show is created by fair racing. MotoGP is wallet racing. If i wanted to see that i'd watch Formula 1.


March 23, 2014 1:37 PM

MotoGP » Smith hails maiden MotoGP front row

mrfill: OK. So where are the warm up practice sessions for moto2 & 3 then? I always used to watch the practice sessions live on BBC - maybe online only but then thats exactly the same as BT. Except BT use Silverlight which is rubbish and too Windows-centric. I have managed to get it running smoothly on Linux now though. BBC also provided a catch up service on iPlayer. None of that on BT. If you miss the race then tough. ITV4 are doing a highlights show. I also dont see how you can have the race, live timing and on-track location running simultaneously as you are only allowed 2 devices at once.
As someone who used the BBC service for years, get the video pass. Seriously.

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