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January 20, 2015 4:17 PM
Last Edited 8 days ago

MotoGP » Moto2 ‘valid’ despite Miller’s MotoGP jump

It is a bit of a shame that the likes of Moriwaki and now Suter have fallen by the wayside in Moto2, after both of them winning riders titles in the past. A one make series - which is almost the way it is heading, just doesn't have as much excitement as a vibrant championship with lots of companies involved. But good on Tech 3 and also Speed Up for sticking with their projects even though times have not been easy for them.


December 19, 2014 4:29 PM
Last Edited 36 days ago

MotoGP » Eugene Laverty: Opportunity knocks

biaggi: He has not the skills to be competitive in motogp. Aspar choose Laverty because he was the only one to accept a ridiculous salary
Are you trolling or just a clueless s**t? He certainly has the speed, the only possible weakness is maybe chucking the bike down the road a few too many times. However the likes of Stoner and Marquez have also been known to have the odd 'off' a bit more often than they would like to and yet they have had good careers in Motogp. Don't write him off just yet, the limiting factor here is the bike, not Laverty's skill.


December 13, 2014 10:36 PM

MotoGP » Marquez beats Mees in Superprestigio

I think what sets Marc apart from a lot of other riders is not just the sheer speed, which he surely has. It's the aggressiveness, the desire to win at (almost) all costs, without going too mad in the process. The way he was just stuffing it up the inside of people showed them who's boss. A lot of riders just aren't willing to stick it on the line so much, and when they do, they just end up taking people out with crazy moves.

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