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June 15, 2015 1:21 PM

RR » TT 2015: Battered Dunlop second fastest in history

v46r you are a *****!!! MD left honda after 2013 when they gave him a crap bike. Thats why he intimated he was going to ride his own superstock in the senior- look at his ss lap times. The same bike was brought to the ugp pissing oil and petrol and he was expected to go out and compete on it thats why he threw it in the hedge. 2014 he took unknow bikes, set them up and won at the NW and the TT with a fastest ever lap from a standing start- is that easy? 2015 changed bikes a couple of nights before racing- not works bikes like in 2014-not the same bikes as 2014 hence all the changes he had to make. Then he gets knocked of the bike, gets injured and has the problem trying to get himself sorted as well as the bikes and still manages crazy lap speeds. MD in good health, bike sorted will beat anybody round the TT. Hence Kawasaki and BMW wanting his services.


June 20, 2015 1:22 PM

WSBK » Torres on top as Sykes misses the cut

I bet Max's aprilia could go round Misano itself by the number of laps it has done with Max in tests. The fact is the other Aprilia riders have manned up but have come up against abetter rider on a quick bike-REA! thats the problem-even Tom is left in his shadow at Misano on the same bike. Rea is consistently at the front and come race day he will be at the sharp end for sure.


June 03, 2015 4:29 PM

RR » TT 2015: Elusive victory remains Martin's top target

tomco- 'doesn't have the luck or the bike'? Look what Seeley did at the NW on a six year old Suzuki 600, the same bike Guy rode for years. Guy behaved like a spoilt brat at the NW when he could not compete even though he also had the same bike (BMW) that Dunlop won on in 2014 and still didn't feature. Whilst he wins many other road races he seems to lack the last bit of talent or desire to win at the TT. Dunlop on the other hand had a terrible NW but took it on the chin and knuckled down to try and make things good for the TT- no toys out of the pram!. Dunlop also has no fear of developing a bike and then racing it to its full potential with total skill and desire to win-he sees it as a challenge! A person with Dunlop's attitude deserves to win in my book.

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