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May 18, 2015 10:15 PM

MotoGP » Hayden: It’s nice to be happy on a Sunday!


joemagic: Why would he go to WSBK? He is currently beating the top riders from the WSBK field. Laverty, Melandri. His bike is faster than anything on the WSBK grid. That and he travels the world with a prestigious circus, with the likes of Rossi, Lorenzo, Marquez the best on any grid. Who WSBK got Sykes? Guintoli? I don't see the appeal of WSBK at the moment.
It's the chance to win again. But yes, he does have it good despite riding a grid-filler machine. SBK has been a refuge for former GP stars.... look at what guys like Checa, Melandri, and Max have been able to do.

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May 17, 2015 1:56 AM

MotoGP » Rossi debuts new setting in qualifying


groundhog77:
VegasRyder:
alol: New setting......same results!
You honestly think he will finish in 7th in the race? It takes more than 4 laps to maximize your potential on a new setup. Let's see where he finishes when The points are up for grabs.
7th is no problem he usually wins from 8th !!!
That's just it, he loves to be on the hunt. He is at his best when passing riders and making up gaps. The man loves a battle.

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May 10, 2015 7:29 PM

WSBK » Rea: I don’t know what to say


Volvobloke: What a class act JR is. Like I've said before, I think Johnny could be a big hitter in Moto GP now if he hasn't stayed at Honda all those years.
Perhaps, but a WC? Not entirely likely. He's going to be Champion this year in SBK. Nothing to scoff at or be ashamed about. And I'm quite certain Kawasaki will put plenty of money in his pocket to stick around.

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May 10, 2015 8:54 PM
Last Edited 12 days ago

MotoGP » Espargaro hoping for home Suzuki boost


"He needs to smooth out his riding of he ever wants to get on the podium against these guys. Listen to Pol's comments. On a very similar M1 he couldn't hang on to VR (who was off pace compared to JL) without blowing his arms up. It isn't easy to race with this guys" He's a guy mixing it up with riders that are on much better-developed machines. And still not with a seamless transmission. Watching Mav dice it up further back, he doesn't always look all that smooth either. They are over-riding a bit because they have to. AE is fun to watch, thank God we have more than just the robotic-like styles of JL or Pedro.

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May 06, 2015 11:39 PM
Last Edited 13 days ago

MotoGP » Espargaro hoping for home Suzuki boost


VegasRyder: Anyone else notice that when Aleix is pushing for a fast lap in Q or in FP he looks to be WAY over the limit. Wobbling, buckin, bouncin around.. He looks to be a little out of control.. It indicates that he's pushing hard which I applaud. I love to see athletes giving their all. . But imo he will need to smooth out the riding a whole lot to be able to run a consistant lap time over race distance. My point is that if that's the only way to get a fast lap out of the Zuk they still have a ways to go.
A seamless transmission is going to resolve a lot of this.... they are at a clear disadvantage without it. It's pretty amazing what he is doing on this bike. Part of me still thinks he should have been put on a T3 Yam.... he'd be doing serious work on one right now.

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May 06, 2015 11:45 PM

WSBK » Sykes wants bike that lets him challenge at race end


Rea made a leap to a clearly superior bike, even as Evo-spec rules came into play and he came off a Honda that was full-spec. Sykes went from possibly the best package to now adapting to something that is a slightly lower-spec. For Rea it's a huge boost no doubt, and Tom is not happy with the Evo bike. So Tom will have to accept that he is no longer the #1 guy and will have to adapt. We haven't seen the last of what this guy can do.... this year is Rea's but Sykes will get his mojo back.


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