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June 17, 2015 1:38 PM

MotoGP » Crutchlow hoping for Assen boost

@Lamcsmann, this is because dragging your elbow might not be the fastest style for everyone, it's just the current trend. If you want to look at style, take a look at M.Vinales. He lifts the outside leg off the footpeg in fast corners. Everyone who's watched bike racing long enough knows that a foot off the pegs is a huge moment... He does it on purpose. Elbow down will likely be gone next year with the change in electronics and tyres anyway.


June 15, 2015 8:31 AM

MotoGP » Espargaro: Race a battle between front tyre and me

idavidgraficks: Here's a dumb question. When a rider says his front tire's gone, spent, no more left........What is actually gone? Is there a need for more tire rubber on the tire carcass? Why don't these tires have enough "rubber stuff" to complete a seventy-five mile race? Shouldn't they all be built to cover say-a hundred-fifty miles? What liabilities are there to overbuild a racing tire?
As far as we understand, it's because Dorna have requested a specific amount of dropoff.


June 09, 2015 9:16 AM
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WSBK » Deflating rear tyre to blame for Sykes’ drop in race two

cfsteezy: Tyre problem or not at donnington u dont complain in parc ferme aloud so everyone can hear and point and inspect the tyre in front of cameras/reporters. Save it for interviews after the celebrations. Not a fan of him after that. When ur that far ahead in points take it for what it is, sit back and enjoy. Throw a smile, congratulate ur opponents. Tom does it.
Bit different when it's your home race, you're leading the championship and all you really truly want to do is win it in freont of your friends and family at home. To have that taken away by anything that's not your fault and i'd be loudly complaining in Parc Ferme too.


June 04, 2015 2:43 PM

MotoGP » Crutchlow: Vinales hard to beat in couple of years

onetwothree: SuperSic 1.Wrong,following since a certain Randy rode a red bike.And that's not De Puniet or Ducati. 2.He's not an alien,neither Vinales is.I see three aliens plus one gone fishing. 3.I like Rabat riding style over Vinales.My opinion,like it or not.
Rabat rides like Lorenzo but slower. Vinales has a very interesting riding style, and it's going to be ineteresting next year when all the riders have the same electronics. @SoSlo, if he keeps his speed up and stops crashing, Cal's next ride could on #26


June 04, 2015 12:55 PM

MotoGP » Crutchlow: Vinales hard to beat in couple of years

onetwothree: Yearby23 1.Wins,Rabat-Vinales 7-4. 2.Three for Vinales in the last rounds when Rabat was just defending. 3.Will see,there's a chance to see them teammates one day.
I'm guessing you've only been watching GP's for a year or two.. Rabat's a good rider, but he's not great, and certainly not an Alien. He won his world championship in a time when all the real contenders moved away from the series, Marquez, Espergaro, Redding, and all the up and coming challengers were rookies. Like I said, he's a good rider, but we won't see him in a top MotoGP team.


June 02, 2015 8:43 PM

MotoGP » Race direction explains Iannone start line incident

Harryx: VW-duc have special class with Suzuki and Aprilia. Open is another class.VW-Duc are factory for the loosers. They can use special qualifying engines/mappings to gain an advantage and more fuel. If something breaks they replace the engine. Can develop and test under tace conditions constantly. Honda and yamaha cannot use this benefit by the rules. Even if in the pastDucati was "poor". They are now bigger than Honda . Money is no issue for VW
Ducati tried to be open, Factory 2 was created for them by Honda and Yamaha... They could have all been Open.

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