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September 03, 2014 11:50 AM

MotoGP » Donington Park to host 2015 British MotoGP

What we actually need is Doningtons Track & Silverstones facilities! Two words will turn Donington into a nightmare ' Traffic Management' or lack of it! Great Track nothing against Silverstone but its not for me, And as a lot of people have said spend your cash and go abroad im thinking about Brno for next year maybe! COW? Yea seeing is believing on that one!


September 04, 2014 3:50 PM

MotoGP » ‘Disappointed’ Crutchlow consoled by pace, fans

JedPB67: Julian Ryder was saying that Scott Redding is the class act when it comes to a home GP, he thrives off the media and fan attention and the expectations and pressure that comes with it. With all due respect to Crutchlow he seems to be quite the opposite, this is the first time he's not had a massive crash on either Friday or Saturday of a British GP and he didn't impress in the slightest. The only possitive point is that he finished the race.
IMHO I think Ryder is saying that Scott is a professional and bloody quick on a non competitive Bike! The best Brit in my view in Motogp! I really don't understand as to why Cal's on the Honda next year unless its down to the sponsors wanting him! And what a job Camier has done this year? Well done m8, Cals just a bag full of excuses for me anyway, Back to WSB Cal and watch Sykes wipe the floor with you!!


September 03, 2014 12:11 PM

MotoGP » Marquez unapologetic over 'aggressive' Lorenzo pass

chaind: Stoner this Stoner that..... Lorenzo this Lorenzo that...... Lorenzo got beat.... Thats racing. Marquez took it to him and beat him fair and square. When the rules say you can't use the curb or aggressively pass, then you can complain. As it stands Marquez won and all your whining isn't going change that. It's fine when other riders get away with bashing people about. But when Marquez wins doing so, something has to be done about it..... That way of thinking is plain ignorant. Both Rossi and Stoner were known to be aggressive to win, they both did off track excursions through the dirt to win, and bumped each other. How is that different? Everyone summed that up to be legendary!
At the end of the day with regards to Stoner he won 2 world championships! So no better than Lorenzo the History books will say, As they will also say Pedrosa never won a Motogp World Title, I still think the Racing is good but as Stirling Moss said when Scumacher was winning it


September 03, 2014 11:52 AM

MotoGP » Donington Park to host 2015 British MotoGP

mjpow: Brands should of stumped up the cash for one year to host it, best circuit to view bikes in the country. Personal experience of both Donington was awful, no grandstands and not the greatest places to stand. Plus it took 4 hours just to get out of the circuit. Silverstone is large and flat but at least the viewing is good.
isnt it down to COW where it goes from this point on?


August 20, 2014 9:13 AM

MotoGP » Smith: We now know what went wrong in Brno

The best Brits in Motogp at the moment IMHO ar Scott Redding & Leon Camier, We really need this pair to be on competitive Bikes asap, As for Crutchlow & Smith they've had their chance and not produced send them back to Bsb or somewhere, And yes Jonney Rea should have been in Motogp ages ago! I agree with a lot of comments about too many excuses they just need head down and get on with it much like Scot & Lean are doing, Hope Lavery gets a good deal for next year good guy and fast Racer too, Have a good Silverstone all of you and lets see MM93 beaten again!!


August 16, 2014 11:06 AM

MotoGP » Yamaha working on seamless downshifts

Brain: Ducati was still winning races right up until Stoner left. As a matter of fact, he won 3 of the last six races of 2010 and finished 2nd in another. The day after the last race of the year, Rossi climbed on the same bike that had just finished 2nd the day before and went nowhere, and continued to go nowhere for 2 years. I have no doubt Stoner would have continued to win races had he stayed at Ducati, something no other human on the planet was capable of doing..
The thing to Understand is that the Ducati was and still is not a good Race Bike! With the exception of one World Title when things were so much different ie: 800cc and Bridgetones at the time I think! I also dont think that Stoner would still be winning races on it if he had stayed! And lets just remember was Stoner that good?? He only won 2 World titles the same as Lorrenzo! When and if MM93 cathes Rossi's 9 titles will he be great!! He could do it I mean with the open cheque book at Honda buyin

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