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June 19, 2014 4:48 PM

MotoGP » Ryan Villopoto visits MotoGP


TomS: How is this news?! So did Lewis Hamilton, Rosberg has been before, where's the article for that? Scraping the barrel.....
Because he is on another Monster Energy team in another form of motorcycle racing? Because a lot of people who are into road bikes are into off road bikes? Because MX is a bad azz sport and F1 well...isn't.

Number76

June 22, 2014 1:19 AM

MotoGP » Ryan Villopoto visits MotoGP


KnowNothing:
eyesoftheworld: Say what? Are you high? In that domain the factory motocross bikes are trick as hell and physically motocross is far more demanding than motogp as in by far. No need to for you to be dissing depth of thought of the motocross crowd...
Dude that is harsh bro you dissing on me like that sorry ur right MX is bad azz.
Ignorant self assurance. It really is bliss.

Number76

June 17, 2014 9:32 PM
Last Edited 24 days ago

MotoGP » Crutchlow loathe to run soft tyre 'out of principle'


Ducati deserves a bit of a public bashing. They clearly are running a no progress program and have now gone through numerous good riders, including one of the all time greatest, with ZERO improvement. No matter who rides it, they finish in pretty much the same position race after race (well, Cal has found a way to actually finish worse, haha). This has been going on since 2007! The Ducati's were good bikes at the end of the 990 era! Stoner is the ONLY one to do well on it. And it was even biting him in the ass the last year or two on it. He'd either win it or bin it. And when he binned it, it was out of nowhere. He'd have a big lead and just go PLOP on the ground. Vague front end! All that said, Cal needs to put a sock in it...big time! He really needs to shut up commenting on other riders and their motivations and why they are doing BETTER than him! Just say, "You'll have to ask them." if he is asked about other riders success or thoughts on the bike.

Number76

May 29, 2014 4:48 PM
Last Edited 44 days ago

MotoGP » Six of the best: Mugello MotoGPs


Yearby23: 2006 Still remains as my favourite MotoGP year... So many title contenders, tonnes of different race winners and tonnes of drama. Hayden being wiped out by Pedrosa. Stoner's endless crashes and a near race win at Turkey. Rossi having to fight the hardest he's ever fought. Pedrosa winning 2 races. Melandri's awesome powerslide at Phillip Island out of the last corner. Elias winning by the smallest margin from Rossi. The huge Catalunya pile up that ended Capirossi's title fight. Insane year. If only we had machinery as closely competitive as back then.....
No doubt. 2006 was an incredible year. Hayden could still mix it up at the front. Loris was still racing. The Ducati's were actually GOOD bikes. Many competitive bikes and riders. More drama and excitement than you could ever imagine. Funny, the Melandri power slide wagging that finger, one of the greatest MotoGP moments for me. I was watching it in a bar and the crowd went NUTS when

Number76

May 19, 2014 10:27 PM

MotoGP » Jorge Lorenzo: 'It happens'


nikisan: This is like Rossi-Gibernau all over again. Edit: I mean Marquez-Lorenzo is like Rossi-Gibernau
You have to at least be challenging for first place to be like Rossi Gibernau. Right now JL isn't close to first place. He is struggling with himself and the bike only right now. No one else. This is not a criticism of Rossi. He is the greatest and has come out on top through all the many, many different bikes, rules, riders, and overall changes in the sport. But he is in the role of Gibernau right now. Faster than all but one on the track and easily beaten by that one, MM.

Number76

April 28, 2014 4:28 PM

MotoGP » Valentino Rossi: Bradl cost me a podium


Nunnmeister: Oh whatever mate. There was nothing unfair about Bradl's move, hard but fair. May have been fast enough, but not when it counted.
Nothing against Bradl but he came in to hot and out of control in that corner. Bradl went wide and Rossi had to go off track to avoid a crash. Every rider has done it so no big. But it was Bradl's fault. Stoner would have said "Your ambition outweighs your talent.". But Stoner was sour puss.

Number76

April 29, 2014 2:56 PM
Last Edited 75 days ago

MotoGP » Valentino Rossi: Bradl cost me a podium


BJR:
Number76: Nothing against Bradl but he came in to hot and out of control in that corner. Bradl went wide and Rossi had to go off track to avoid a crash. Every rider has done it so no big. But it was Bradl's fault. Stoner would have said "Your ambition outweighs your talent.". But Stoner was sour puss.
Yeah, but in that case Rossi actually lost the front and took the other rider out. Bradl may have run wide but there was no contact made.
I wasn't comparing the severity or consequences of the two incidents. Just the fact that one rider came in to hot and out of control and caused another rider grief. It happens. Anyone remember Stoner applauding Rossi after that take out as he came around on the next lap? Classic.


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