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February 01, 2016 4:32 PM

WSBK » Hayden: Move to WSBK is no retirement party


34yrs is far from to old to be competitive in WSBK. Especially for a talent like Nicky. Bayliss, Biaggi, Haga has great success in their later years in WSBK. When this series gets it right it can be more entertaining to watch than MotoGP. I watched religiously when Bayliss and Spies raced in it and the racing was fabulous. Honda better have a good package for Nicky to be on. If so I'll be watching religiously again.

Number76

February 03, 2016 10:23 PM

MotoGP » Sepang MotoGP test times - Wednesday (Final)


BMWR1200GSA: J Quite strange how Val did his fastest lap early lap 13 and did not improve at the end maybe he has something up his sleeve and does not want to show his full speed just yet?
I think it is more likely they went with what they think is the best setup, try to run as fast as they can to get a baseline fast lap number, and then start making changes to see if it is faster or slower than the baseline.

Number76

January 20, 2016 11:04 PM

MotoGP » Read, Gardner discuss Rossi, Marquez clash


Codger: Although I agree with what they say, I don't take much notice of what ex-riders think. It is bad enough asking Stoner what he thinks, let alone guys from way back.
I think it is just the opposite. It is the racers and former racers comments that matter the most. They understand the emotion, the understand the skill level of these riders, they see things differently than the fan or race analyst. They can see the riding and know what the rider is up too. We can mostly just guess. Most racers see this and know MM was f'in with Rossi and the understand Rossi's anger. Race direction, without this level of insight, got it wrong.

Number76

January 22, 2016 8:48 PM

MotoGP » Rossi: Sepang comments changed nothing


paisan: your all either vale lovers or haters, few of you can see the truth. marc was very determined to not let rossi win, yes even in pI. rossi new exactly what he was doing when he took out marc in Argentina. both have plausible deniability , who me? no i would never . .its jlo's behavior that is truly mystifying , gettin involved in the clash between vale and marc , going to race direction to see vale gets ma penalty. it would have been so easy for him to take the high road and not get involved, he needs a new pr man. and then admitting he had help from the spanish riders after the race. vales cunning race tactics i can understand, marcs vengeance i can understand. but jlo is just an a** clown
Totally agree! To bad a PR man can't fix stupid.

Number76

November 17, 2015 11:04 PM
Last Edited 164 days ago

MotoGP » ‘Time is a gentleman’ in Marquez, Rossi rift


Honda are crazy trying to convince anyone MM wasn't f'in with Rossi. PI pretty much (race direction even said so), Sepang DEFINITELY. Valencia I dunno. For sure MM would have tried a pass on JL under any other circumstances. I think he may have been afraid to crash out or even look like he could have crashed out JL and the backlash he'd get for that. He was in a no win situation. One he somewhat put himself in. Don't win, you are helping Lorenzo. Put a hard pass on Lorenzo in the final round and costing him a championship. Severe backlash for that too. Rossi needs to move on. More payback, retaliation, whatever will lead to more of what happened in Sepang. Just go out and race your balls off and let the cards fall where they fall.

Number76

November 09, 2015 5:00 PM
Last Edited 173 days ago

MotoGP » Lorenzo: I was better than Rossi in everything


If he beat him in every thing, why didn't he have more points than Valentino entering the last race of the year? I cannot stand when riders and fans say this or that rider did better over the course of a season when they didn't EARN MORE POINTS than the rider they did so much better than. A championships is not decided by qualifying times, fastest laps, who is best in only dry races, or even most race wins. It is decided by who earns the most points over the course of a season. If you don't have more points than another rider at the end of the season, you didn't do as well as that rider for that season. That's it. I agree with VR's assessment of what MM was doing. VR's mistake was purposely running MM wide which lead to his crash. Did MM deserve it? Yes. Was it the best move for VR to make for his championship hopes? In the end we can see, no, it wasn't. JL wins. But he needs to STFU about how he did better in all these other things you don't get points for.


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