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November 25, 2014 7:31 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo: Force riders to pit in the rain

Wow, its obvious A LOT of you who commented have never raced a bike on slicks and dealt with rain. They have zero traction in the wet, and when they let go, there is no warning. A million dollar bike on the ground, and possible injuries. I think he has every right to give his ideas for a solution. Trying to push in the rain on slicks is the sign of either an immature, stressed, desperate, or plain stupid racer. Jorge doesn't strike me as any of those. Trying to take a jab at his bravery makes some of you look so stupid when you look at the races he has done while injured, etc. You know, furthermore, a multiple world champion who basically never finishes a season below 3rd place really should listen to the wisdom of you fantastic analysts.


October 24, 2014 3:48 PM

MotoGP » Victory possible for Lorenzo 'in wet or dry'

A second year in a row where Lorenzo outscores everyone in the later part of the season. There are hundreds of people behind each racer and it looks like Honda did a better job than Yamaha in the beginning. The jury is still out for me on whether or not Marquez is better than Lorenzo and Rossi. They are all so awesome though, such a great era to be watching.


October 20, 2014 1:17 AM

MotoGP » Marquez: I was trying to win Doohan style!

Its articles like this that make the real arm chair racer idiots post the most ridiculous statements. They guy in last place is still a ridiculously fast racer. Politics, technology, talent, and luck are part of the equation. Some of you Neanderthals should just enjoy the various characters that make up the GP grid and learn how to show a little respect for people who have actually accomplished something with their lives.


October 20, 2014 1:27 AM

MotoGP » Rossi rolls back years with ‘Island victory

Abefan: Star rider is Vale. definite GOAT.Fair play to smith for keeping it right side up.As a father, if Jlo was my child i'd slap his bare **** red raw for getting on like a pretentious spoilt brat......again. Same bike, same tyres, didin't set it up to last. Theyre paid big money to do more than just wring the neck of it and fire it in a ditch from time to time. God forbid it isn't 100% how you like it JLO. The classy ones are those can ride around an issue and STILL bang in a solid result. Quality and experience shone through.
Oh you mean how Rossi brought in all those solid results on the Ducati? You don't know what you are talking about. To say Lorenzo is not a class act is obsurd


October 02, 2014 11:58 PM

MotoGP » Dovizioso best out of the blocks?

I think this is a stupid statistic/comparison. Cold tires have a limited potential, they can only go so fast and all the good riders are going to be close together. So if Marc or Jorge are leading the race on lap one, well then aren't they going faster than Dovi on cold tires and finding more the limit? Then, once the race settles in, the top racers are able to put in blistering lap times, thus the greater difference between opening lap time and best lap time. Again...stupid comparison. the racers with the biggest gap are showing a greater talent in finding better set up and the outer limit of the tires once warmed up.


September 26, 2014 8:03 PM
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MotoGP » Dovizioso plays down fastest lap

Not everyone would, but the best adapt. But that wasn't the point I was trying to make. Dovi, Rossi, Pedro, Jorge, Marc, Espargaro, maybe even Crutchlow could all make wins against eachother given some parity of equipment. Imagine how crazy it would be if the factories supplied bikes for everyone at specific races. Honda at one race, Yami at another, Ducati at another, etc, etc. That would really be interesting to see. the logistics of that would be nutz but it sure would separate the talented from the rest. Then, by the end of the season, for the last race you would race on the bike you scored the most points on throughout the season, then the factories can race eachother for one grand finale. Well that's in my world, so now I am going to back into the basement where I have Megan Fox chained up and waiting


September 26, 2014 5:46 PM

MotoGP » Dovizioso plays down fastest lap

Dovi is a class act. Practice, Qualifying, or the race...a racer is going to want to be up front. Its part of the mental game. Its up to his team to find the set up he needs for the tires to last race distance at the pace he can obviously ride. Until then, he is going to go as fast as he can on whatever rubber he gets. If MotoGP was a spec class and all were on the Honda lets say...results would not be nearly the same. I have no doubt MM would be at the pointy end but certainly not dominating.

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