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February 11, 2016 1:32 PM

WSBK » Haslam: IodaRacing won't replicate Aprilia results

owlockey: Apparently Haslam already has links with the Suzuki squad for 2017, i don't think it would be a bad shout, alongside a young rider from WSS, WSBK or a domestic championship could make a formidable squad.
Maybe if there was nobody else available. He's had several shots on works machinery and failed to live up to them. If the Hammamatsu mob are really serious about a works effort with the L7, there are plenty of alternatives that would likely do better than him.
There are many who've had factory bikes and failed. Pedrosa,Dovi, Mamola, Chili ando on Doesn't make them a bad rider. There is only on winner a year so based on what youre saying if youre not champ, youre rubbish


August 24, 2015 1:46 PM

F1 » Pirelli: F1 ignored our request to limit laps

titfortat: Funny how people want to hate on Pirelli so much, whocares? They got told to make a tyre to a certain spec, they did it, they knew they were pushing the tyre to it's limits and it didn't work out for them. Whatever, personally I think Pirelli have been great for the sport, their constant tyre changing has spiced F1 up a bit, imagine how far ahead the Mercs would be without them. It has led to some interesting outcomes, personally I want the return of the China 2012 tyres, my god that race was amazing, 4 cars into every corner. No wonder why other manufacturers refused to make tyres that degraded, they said it would make them look bad. I always thought "don't be stupid, people wont judge them on a tyre made on purpose to do that" and oh look.... I was wrong and people are *****s. It's like how one person wins a race and then suddenly they're praised as amazing, suddenly there are rumours they'll be in for a Ferrari seat. I bet you Grosjean will have rumours


August 22, 2015 10:06 AM

MotoGP » Michelin rear ‘like a qualifying tyre’

Crazybigjoe: Man, i would be disapointed if your right about the less sliding rear end. I thought more grip in rear means riders can playing around with their rear tyre without worrying loose the rear grip
Theoretically electronics help a lot to reduce sliding the rear. So less electronics and a more grippier rear that has no drop off could make things better. But unless you're Gary McCoy or John Hopkins sliding isn't fun to watch and not even faster. What I do hope is that Michelin isn't going to repeat their 2007 joke at Laguna Seca where even the intermediate tyres didn't gave enough grip to ride during warm up. What a joke that was for Michelin.
Michelin are a joke.


August 11, 2015 2:14 PM

MotoGP » Espargaro 'can't ride like this', hoping for Michelin improvement

SendingOutOfSpace: hoping for Michelin improvement i dont think its up to michelin. 100% its you who needs to improve and adapt. the bridgestones are great tyres and even if the michelins are as good as bridgestone from the first race you still need to adapt to the M1. VR JL BS all have adapt in a certain way to the M1 and with complaining it aint gonna improve and neigter wil it with michelins
Agreed. Next year will show just how good the bridgestones really are. Yes, mich may be close over a lap in the early stages of a race but how close over race distance? They'll be minutes off. How you gonna cope then, pol?

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