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SmoothCriminal

March 24, 2015 7:39 PM

MotoGP » Marquez: I can't wait for season to begin


nortman:
ProfessorX:
Realist: This is fan heaven indeed. I have a dual position: I hope Marquez pulls off the triple, but I also would love to see Rossi go for a 10th title. Either way, if either of those pan out, it will be insanity!
yeah, seeing the same people win and win over and over again, it's so great.
I'm not too concerned if it's the same people winning or not so long as they put on a good fight/show. There are a few quality up and coming riders and I expect to see them sneak on to the podium a few times this season and even more so in the not too distant future. Will you still be saying the same thing when they are winning consistently?
Come on dude, dont feed the troll!

SmoothCriminal

March 24, 2015 7:40 AM

MotoGP » Moto3: Believing the hype - Fabio Quartararo


ProfessorX:
nikisan: Nice article however I really dislike the hype around the kid. I have nothing against him personally, it's just that so many young riders nowadays are already being branded and expected to be another Valentino or Marquez. Riders should be able to come into their own. Perfect example is Casey Stoner who had a decent but otherwise unheard of 250cc career. In the end Stoner became an official MotoGP legend.
It's an age old tradition, born even before the invention of fire. If hes got orange rims he should have no problem winning the title, if he can run a few people over and get praised for it he will probably win a few more championships.
Professor plum might be right u know! [sarcasm]

SmoothCriminal

February 03, 2015 5:56 PM

MotoGP » Hayden: We’ll see where we stack up


So that justifies him getting a package that eliminates him from competing? If he is THERE he should have a fair shot to stand or fall on his Talent, NOT have his highest potential position dictated by Honda & Repsol. Put Marquez on that bike with NH's deal (& without Repsol backing) and he'd score no wins and look like a midfielder. And yet you DEFEND this?
So why don't u donate some money to Aspar so they can buy all the fancy things instead of yapping here?

SmoothCriminal

December 12, 2014 9:09 AM
Last Edited 104 days ago

MotoGP » Ducati GP15 set for Sepang II debut?


TF2: MONEY! There are LOTS of very sound, commercial reasons as to why Honda or any other Factory want to have their bikes dominating MotoGP. Competing & winning are just secondary goals - these Co's aren't here for the Sport. Its high time that peop
Ofcourse manufacturers are here for money and exposure...same as every other manufacturer in every other racing field... Those football clubs are business organizations first and foremost, everyone means business... What wrong did HONDA do? didn't pack up and leave like suzuki and Kawasaki? Other manufacturers are finally coming back, KTM, Suzuki, Aprillia..are we gonna blame Honda for that too? i thought the standard ECU was finally gonna end these pathetic trolling attempts but trolls gonna troll no matter what...

SmoothCriminal

December 11, 2014 8:49 PM
Last Edited 105 days ago

MotoGP » Ducati GP15 set for Sepang II debut?


NineTimes: @ SmoothCriminal I think you love the mirror so much and have a mirror in front. Whatever you say worth nothing cos is backed up with no evidence but loads of utter malarkey. "Aprilia series" lol lol i guess you are right, 800cc was too cheaper to run just like the current bikes are cheap to run. and can you tell me how much exactly cheaper?? You need to write these rubbish for someone who is following the "Celebrity big brothers", not MotoGP.
U r the one uttering Cr*p all along... evidence? search the internet for old articles, u will find suzuki's chief complaining about standard ECU.. has the 800cc got anything to do with Aprillia series? moto3 and moto2 replaced the lower classes. success breeds haters and trolls...u r just one of those i guess..

SmoothCriminal

December 11, 2014 7:34 PM

MotoGP » Ducati GP15 set for Sepang II debut?


TF2: Sorry, but this is a combative shout rather than much in the way of a post showing a thought-through and considered, sensible response. More in the manner of a testoterone teenager than anything else. Actually, Ducati benefitted from the extra testing and engines, but were actually handicapped in actual races by not being permitted the most popular and suitable tyre - so their best possible season results were denied to them. They clearly decided the testing v track results to be worth it long term. As for the rest? It'd take too long to begin to explain, & this does not seem like an open & receptive mind to me.
Welcome back Talentfan, i really missed u since u got banned last time.

SmoothCriminal

December 11, 2014 7:29 PM
Last Edited 105 days ago

MotoGP » Ducati GP15 set for Sepang II debut?


NineTimes: @ SmoothCriminal Who benefited from the open? everybody could benefit from it, in fact it was open to all. Now since you are very clever, maybe you can tell us why Honda didn't go open? and why they opposed it right after when Ducati went open? You try to look as if you are smart, but in fact your comments make you look like an idiot. And who benefited from Moto2 & Moto3? nobody! Fans? lol that's why Moto2 has the lowest ratings. Also, in comparison, 125 & 250 were way more popular than Moto2 & 3. For the ECU, can you tell me exactly which factory went against the standard ECU apart from Honda and to a certain extent Yamaha?? You see now you are the one who is bull***ing mate!!
Moto3 and Moto2 is much more cheaper and competitive than the "Aprillia" series before.... The open rules have put Ducati on the podiums again. Suzuki was complaining about standard Ecu too before they pulled out. U need to think a bit before u decide to troll the forum


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