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PaleBlue

September 30, 2014 12:26 PM
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MotoGP » Forward to keep full Yamaha package, Baz close


NineTimes: Baz, another passport rider !
People should be glad that Dorna help get riders from around the world seats. Otherwise every seat would go to a Spaniard. thats' where the sponser's money and the feeder series is to be found. I might add that there are Spaniards without a MotoGP ride who would be comfortably on a Factory bike if they held a different passport.

PaleBlue

September 19, 2014 10:55 AM

WSBK » Haslam urges greater WSBK promotion


TalentFan: I think LH is making good points. I also think that the electronics are spoiling the show. Just like in GPs it's now all so ' managed'. By which I men that as LH says a lot of the field can't compete, and.... That the electronics packages make the riding look boring. With errors smoothed out, TC preventing slides etc then the viewer does not get the impression of speed and danger, it LOOKS like they aren't on the edge even if they are a lot of the time. Last race all you could hear on the Prillers was the TC working overtime as the riders relied on it and leaned on it, no slides, no drama, nothing interesting to watch.
Yes, you're right. It's not enough to BE "on the edge", the racers need to be SEEN to be there too. Otherwise our sport ends up looking as boring as F1. Of course ALL racing is carried out "on the edge" of adhesion, (including Formula one!) but if they look safe and like they're "on rails" the result is a snooze-fest......

PaleBlue

September 08, 2014 5:39 PM

MotoGP » Moto2: Herrin out, Wilairot in at Caterham


It's sad that he's failed but I think he approached things from the wrong direction. He should have embraced the 'foreign' environment instead of hanging out with other (struggling) Americans and getting homesick. It's a tough enough gig anyway without him tying one arm behind his own back. Oh,and Biebouer(?) , since he failed so badly on a works KTM as a team mate to (championship winning) MM he's really unlikely to get an invite back into the MOTOGP circus, unless someone's pulling strings behind the scenes.

PaleBlue

August 31, 2014 9:57 AM

MotoGP » Moto2 Silverstone - Qualifying Results


MattyMKO745: JP73 it's almost confirmed that Herrin will not keep his ride next year and will probably return to America... his main problem is that he cannot get used to many differences between American and European culture, also he is suffering for being so far away from his family... and there are also problems with the bike, settings and final result is known...
Pathetic..... Just in case you think I'm being anti-American, just consider how much more different the world was from America when Swantz, Mamola, Roberts, Rainey etc... were ruling the roost!


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