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August 29, 2014 7:34 PM

MotoGP » Tyre problems return to haunt Lorenzo

RaceRoad: Why change??? why change the tyre that works for all riders? now exept for bs with new soft in the end, dani rossi pol lorenzo etc all have problems. is this the way for winning now days. make a tire that only suit 1 guy. and it has been at the beginning. then bridgestone had to change due to all the pressure! and now silent brought a tyre that works as it seems again only for 1 guy. this is bridgestone wors year ever in MotoGP! what a S#!T tyre they made! shame big time bridgestone. keep making these tyres and pirelli and michelin wil be very happy selling GOOOOOOOOOD TYRES!!!!!! big big big shame. without any annouchment!
What are you talking about? I think you will see how good Bridgestone are when Michelin do take over. You will then eat this post. Sometimes changes to bikes and tyres have to be made to make them work. If something doesn't work straight away riders complain. They have it too bloody easy these days. Stick them on a TZ750 and then they'll know what a proper bike is.


June 04, 2014 2:05 PM

MotoGP » Scott Redding pulls out of TT appearance

cossiegaz: Very strange comments from Scott, when you consider his very unfortuanate involvement in the Tomizawa incident and then what happened to Simoncelli in very similar circumstances not long after and him still choosing to continue racing in GP's you would think he would have made an educated decision before agreeing to appear at the TT only to drop out for emotional reasons and publicly bad mouth the event at the last minute. Everyone who enters knows the risks they take and nobody forces them to enter.
Agreed. It's not like its anything new. Based on this theory Scott you should retrie and take up tiddly winks

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