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August 21, 2014 1:26 PM

WSBK » Sykes to remain with Kawasaki in 2015, 2016

shamarone: Re: "with a manufacturer like KTM opting to enter MotoGP in 2017 over WSB says a lot." Yeah, it says they're FOOLS rushing in where angels fear to tread.
It also say's that they know for sure, that their road bike simply has NO CHANCE of being competitive with the level modifications allowed in WSB. Superstock classes are a good indicator of the ultimate potential for each bike, BSB is the only race series they would have any chance in whatsoever. They make up the rules as they go along to get as many different competitive bikes as poss' on the line.


August 12, 2014 9:58 AM
Last Edited 9 days ago

MotoGP » Colin Edwards steps down at Forward

Mark53: I'm surprised they didn't bring in another over rated, under performing Brit to take his seat. There aren't enough mediocre British riders out there. We need more! Funny, three races in the USA and one US rider. One Brit race and shyte loads of mediocre Brit riders. Makes you wonder.
I shouldn't be replying to your trolling but I can't help thinking about the growing number of American riders now competing in the support classes for BSB. Denigrating British riders (several rungs further up the ladder) as mediocre doesn't put many of yours very high up the list, does it? Personally I think the problem for Americans isn't their ability, it's the American public's obsession with winners. No rider can be a world champion at the very start of their career, but nobody in the U.S. is interested in watching the steps necessary to get there. Hence the wholesale emigration of talent. Sad really.


May 16, 2014 7:40 AM

F1 » Rosberg: 'Megaphone exhaust' made no change

So much rubbish being talked about here. "lost the sound of power" ? As far as I can tell, the current cars certainly don't lack power! Sound like MotoGP bikes?!?! Perleeze, those things are ear bleedingly loud and have a wail the moaners would be happy to have. A few races in now and the sound is a non-issue for true racing fans. Now, if you really want to improve F1 , let's get rid of tyre changes and let the race be decided by the racing on the track, not the strategy in the pits.

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