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July 01, 2015 12:34 AM

MotoGP » Broken seat ruins Dovizioso’s challenge

Maybe those trellis frames worked for Ducati because of a certain flexibility... problems with fit & finish could be overcome through a design that was compatible with "flaws" . If they plan on competing in the modern frame world, they need to get everything to work the same as the Jap bikes... everything lining up like a precise-puzzle with no tolerance miscues. Dovi seems to have some of the Spies-syndrome going on... it's sad to watch at the moment.


June 30, 2015 3:10 AM

MotoGP » Espargaro: Looks like anything goes on last corner...

dickiebird: Bradley Smith summed it up perfectly. That is exactly what Vale did. He's smart and experienced, a hard combination to beat.
He knew how to close the door a bit, but a planned trip through the gravel? Yeah, no one does that intentionally. It's a real good way to lose control and throw your shot at some points away. I'll agree he's smart and experienced.... a level of true race craft that MM does not possess, aggression and determination aside.


June 27, 2015 1:57 AM

MotoGP » Espargaro eying soft race tyre, pleased with progression

Realist: I get so excited to see Suzuki do as well as they are doing with AE and MV. For a first year factory bike, you really couldn't have hoped for a better series of performances. Well done.
It's been a roller coaster first year, but for sure the highs have been very good ones. I felt that if AE could match the Forward Yams it would be considered a success, but he has definitely surpassed that. More power and seamless please!

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