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February 28, 2015 4:01 AM
Last Edited 3 days ago

MotoGP » Smith: We're close to being top satellite bike

It's never been his ability to throw down a fast lap or show promise in practice / qualifying that I question, it's his ability to stay in the game mentally come race day. He doesn't handle it all that well IMO. Gotta have ice water in the veins and balls of steel, instead I think he has a lot of gears turning in the brain... But all the best of luck this year BS. It will be a GP-career saving (or ending) season depending on how it all goes.


February 28, 2015 4:52 AM

MotoGP » Michelin cite grip balance for Sepang falls

TF2: The all round performance on Mich will stabilise. As stated, once the Factory Teams collect, collate, analyse and formulate data solutions (which even with their massive resources doesn't happen overnight) they will optimise their bikes to work with the tyres. Lap times may not be broken but won't be way off. The crash Fest will reduce as the electronics get dialled in and the riders stop trying to ride a Mich like a Bs, but like a Mich. Biggest problem for GP is that WITH too much electronics retained, then the Factory Teams will always have better setup & race pace than any other. So the control tyre makes no diff, just like now.
Fair enough on the first two paragraphs. The third is just debate-bait...


February 28, 2015 4:20 AM
Last Edited 3 days ago

MotoGP » Incidents mar Michelin MotoGP test

Sasha Alexandrovich: Good ad for Michelin. Not going under my bikes.
Ridiculous statement. Maybe I am just outside of the "herd mentality" way of thinking, but you cannot draw the conclusion that what Michelin offers (past / present / future) for production bikes is not very capable and proven just due to some teething issues whilst getting back into the GP game. Ever ridden a bike in anger on Michelins ? I've put plenty of Pilot Power tires to the test, from going to the track to keeping super-moto guys in sight on mountain roads with them.... they hook up and grip. Guess I should never spoon another set on after this (initial) GP test saw a few riders go down.... YEAH....


February 24, 2015 2:56 AM

WSBK » Sykes critical of van der Mark pass in race one

windyman: Typical English responses, when he's the underdog you are all his best ever fans, wins the championship , then doesn't, so you all slag him off . armchair experts.
Nail on the dang thoughts exactly....these sheep on here cannot even see that the title of the story is written to draw your attention and critique....while you are welcomed to your opinion make sure you are forming it on fact and not journalistic sensationalism.....
Basically, yep. TS has become the new (all-important, gotta' have one) whipping-boy for many. The dude has a lot of passion for what he does. I'll always be a fan after watching the guy go out and win after being told by Kawasaki that he was basically fired.... saved his job, career, and brought Kawasaki back to glory in one hell of a "nothing to lose" ride... yeah, he isn't real good at PR politics or hiding his feelings. But he walks the walk on the track.

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