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Yearby23

July 29, 2015 9:45 AM

MotoGP » Suzuka: Honda apologises for Stoner accident


Funny how the original thread was littered with people saying Honda hadn't said anything about the nature of the accident....an hour after the accident when the race wasn't even finished and henceforth going on to blame Casey. Funny how those people are nowhere to be found on this thread. I'm confident Casey would've been at least top Honda or maybe even helped the team win yet again.

Yearby23

July 31, 2015 10:02 AM

WSBK » Returning Biaggi hits ground running in FP1


EmmBee1964:
Tomco: Cant help being impressed by Biaggi. Comes out of retirement and is immediately as quick as the current fastest superbike riders in the world.
He is hardly "just out of retirement" though is he? He has been testing for a while and has been testing here for 4 days ahead of everyone else. I bet that bike also has some "stuff" on it as well.
He's not exactly been racing though has he? Always quick to put down a rider like Biaggi, but when it's a certain Italian who is 7 years younger and hasn't come out of retirement it's called a feat of genius that he's able to win. The hypocrisy is endless.

Yearby23

July 26, 2015 9:40 AM

MotoGP » Big accident takes Casey Stoner out of Suzuka lead


serious4play: Everyone keeps saying about this stuck throttle, I don't see Honda releasing anything to back this up. Let's hope it is a stuck throttle and not more moaning excuses, ya know!!!!
You'd think with Stoner being on the bike he'd know... Also Honda don't exactly admit fault with their machinery...Pedrosa had it happen and they initially blamed him.


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