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November 24, 2014 7:46 PM
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MotoGP » Crutchlow: The Honda is what I expected

Abefan: Sorry prof x I just dont see how the "poor dani " thing has any legs at all. MM arrived last year with chuff all previous data, knowledge ,experience of the bike or any motogp bike whereas dani had years of all the stuff he needed.MM then stuffed him. The conspiracy theories on here are tosh. Honda give support to the people that look like winning for them. So do Yamaha , ducati etc etc. That's what they're trying to do..... WIN and sell product. If dani or cal are regularly challenging or beating MM then I'm sure the focus would shift to them. Its called proving your worth.
Agreed. It's way too easy to get up in the "life's not fair / behind closed doors" mentality. It can become a maniac-pursuit if you really let it get to you. DP is not the rider MM is.Pedro has skills, but where is the aggression? Marc is a beast, he demands victory... it's a style and an attitude that DP doesn't have. Not knocking the guy either, just calling it as seen.


November 25, 2014 8:11 PM

MotoGP » Suzuki on MotoGP: It was time to come back

" It wasnt that long ago the Gixxer was the bench mark for sales and performance in the sport bike world, but when your yearly upgrades for close to 5 years was BNG, you got left behind. " it seems like once the DMG came into AMA pro road racing and watered the series down, Suzuki simply lost interest. Before that, they were THE liter bike to race with. Beyond that, the "gixxer" has (IMHO) been the weekend warrior / bike night machine of choice. It's the bike you see getting stretched and blinged out. So again, maybe Suzuki figured "why bother"... they sell bikes to people that don't even know road racing exists. Not that I'm anti- gsxr. I have ridden them before and as a real world machine, they are very good.

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