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September 04, 2015 5:09 PM

MotoGP » ‘Chances not too high’ of Miller staying in LCR

These riders could learn a lot from Cecchinello instead of just shooting off their mouths all the time. There is an awful lot of info in that interview without trashing the employer. He diplomatically complains about lack of support with the caveat that in the end, this is a performance driven game, and they are not performing. Millers little stunt at Silverstone has much larger implications than meets the eye. They were both showing pace that could have ended up with either of them sitting in Petrucci's shoes at the end of the race. Think how much easier that would have made Cecchinello's job of possibly finding funding and upgrades from Honda. I'm still not seeing what Miller thought was there when he divebombed a wet corner from 15 yards out. In no circumstance was that move ever going to work out. Absolute brain fade.


August 30, 2015 11:05 AM

MotoGP » Rossi 'satisfied' but wary of Pedrosa

JedPB67: please rain!
No, I want to watch a race that is decided by riding talent, rather than tyre choice gambles.
Let me translate: I don't want wet race because Lorenzo & Marc has no talent of riding in the wet..
If you actually followed GP, you would know that Marquez has scored more points than anyone in wet and flag to flag races since he came into the series.


September 05, 2015 3:41 AM

MotoGP » ‘Chances not too high’ of Miller staying in LCR

Benny88England: I feel sorry for teams & riders in WSBK, the organisers are treating a once great series with contempt & seem determined to run it in to the ground.
WSBK is dead to me. I have not watched an event all season. From the uninspiring machinery all the way down to the most mediocre rider lineup in the history of its existence, just has nothing to offer. I told you people what was going to happen to WSBK when they turned it into a glorified Superstock division, just like i told them way back when AMA did the same to their SB class. Im not sure having Nicky in the series would change much for me either. He was riding better racebikes 14 years ago than the ones he would be riding today.


August 29, 2015 2:43 AM

MotoGP » Riders comment on Kent’s proposed MotoGP jump

Agreed. He could do a baby Marquez and go from the front of Moto3 to the back of Moto2 and no longer be on the radar. The risk is greater going to Moto2 than it is going to MotoGP.
Baby Marquez has seen the light. His last outing was a very competitive 5th, and he is running top 5 in practice this round. He had a hard crash early in the season that must have zapped his confidence, but from all indications, he has turned it around.

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