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Zambooni

October 19, 2014 5:13 PM

MotoGP » Smith: I thought something was wrong with the screen!


A solid performance from Bradley on this race. Fact is that he needed a lot of help for the crashfest riders on front of him to reach the podium. A second fact is that as a rider your job is to keep your bike on the track with consistent race speed to gain results and thats exactly what bradley did today. Despite the crashes today, that gave BS the podium today, I think Bradley was racing a very good race e.g as he was only within a few sec of his team mate before Pol wiped himself off the track. so let's give Bradley a moment to enjoy one of his most spectacular results of his career!

Zambooni

October 19, 2014 5:23 PM

MotoGP » Moto2 Australia - Race Results


Very entertaining moto2 race in PI! You could see that all the top guys were racing against lack of grip at the same time they were pushing 120% out of their bikes. Kallio looked a lot more impressive today than I thought he would. he had pace today to win and after todays race he was truly pissed about missing the win and especially the extra hard dunlop rear that he truly hates. I'm Pissed that he didn't win but happy that he is as a one piece as I think he had to push 150% over the tyre limit today to challenge the other on top. The top 4 all had the speed to get the win out today and the win went for a guy who made the smallest mistakes in the crucial part of the race. Hope,we get more this kind of racing! Do you know if Suter has changed the bike in midle of seasons as Luthi has got the pieces together and Eagerter has lost it in the second half of season?

Zambooni

October 06, 2014 8:39 PM

MotoGP » Moto2: ‘Immense’ weekend for Marc VDS


I'm also fully backing up Mika in this one! Still as a realistic person I doubt Mika can take the championship win. :( He has the speed and talent to beat Rabat in one or two race distances in a row (in moto2 or motgp, you name it) but his crew hasn't been able to get 100% setup on the bike in way too many races this season. The problem has been that For a reason or two they simply can't get this years Dunlop rear tyres last for the race distance with a significant tyre drop emerging nearly in all races, compared to other top guys. And on Rabat's carage Pete Benson as a crew chief (Haydens crew chief at honda championship time) is able to provide a bike with 100 or 110% spot on setup basically in every race weekend and that combined with Rabat's absolute top rider skills have given him a clear margin in WC. For Mika sake I hope it rains in Japan, Australia and Malaysia. :D (clear weakness for rabat as he hasn't been able to train/learn wet riding in countless Almeria sessions)

Zambooni

October 02, 2014 7:51 PM
Last Edited 18 days ago

MotoGP » Aspar makes Eugene Laverty deal official


Continue: Hayden will be most likely the best rider next year but injury might prevent him for getting the full speed out of him. Miller has best possible HRC support with cabbarani as a crew chief but it will be a supprice if he can get several top 14 results as Simply he's skill level is very far from motogp rider level especially on first season. Abraham hasn't ever had the speed or talent to take solid top 10 even in lower classes and is riding with Papa's money. Laverty as the last is a the first guy to take the dog deal of Aspar payed seat and he definetely ain't the one that was on top of their list on the speed wise. (E.g Luthi, Kallio, Rea and most likely several others top moto2 riders have been offered pay seats and For best ones the deal was ~no salary, like in Kallio's case). Aspar finances must be really bad, quit in moto2, MotoGP seat for a rider bringing in money. i guess they would have even taken schwarzenegger if Dorna had supported him, instead of Baz. :D

Zambooni

October 02, 2014 7:50 PM
Last Edited 18 days ago

MotoGP » Aspar makes Eugene Laverty deal official


It's impossible to know that who off the open honda riders will be the one that get's the best out of the bike next year. On the second hand it is quite propable that neither of the riders are on the bikes capability level and end up being waste of seats compared to some other extremely talented options. I'm certain that I will get a negative feedback of this but a bit of colour might be ok on the site.. :D It's quite big shame that the economics in the series is so bad that half of the teams are strugling to get funding in place and are forced to get grips with good level riders that bring in a pile of money or ride for free. It's a shame that we can't get a grid full of enough equal performance bikes and the absolute top 25 riders of the world into this highly entertaining series. Now about half or 2/3 of grid is going under the more ideal situation. Damn, letter limitation. :) to be continued..

Zambooni

September 28, 2014 12:32 PM

MotoGP » Moto3 Aragon - Race Results


Miller seemed to crash extremely easily on the corner. The touch was very small but it looked like that Miller got scared about it and then got the bike into quick imbalance, binning it on a fraction of second. Strange thing in general, normally in moto3 and moto3 there is tens of harder touches during races without riders being binned. Makes the championship a lot more interrsting and we can see a glimpse that how the golden aussie boy is able to handle pressure! :D

Zambooni

September 28, 2014 3:25 PM

MotoGP » Lorenzo victorious as rain causes chaos at Aragon


What an incredible russian roulette race in the motogp. The beginning of the race promised tight racing on the front 4 as well as on the second group from 5-10 places. At both groups you could see that guys were pushing incredibly and especially in the 5-10 group you could see that there is more over efford in place than consistency. Iannone banged, Pol, bradl, smith etc all made several brake fault runofss etc. And that was even before the rain started the circus. :D Good to see Lorenzo take the win. He seemed to be very competitive and pretty even with Hondas during the dry part of the race. From other riders Pol was perhaps the one that lost relatively most in the rain circus and on the second hand that gave e.g for CC and BS opportunity for good result partly as a gift. Was a bit supricing that 3/4 ultra consistent factory guys made major tactical and riding errors in the race to find themselves from the gravel. It's nice to see a lot of action in motogp class as well but I wou

Zambooni

September 28, 2014 4:31 PM

MotoGP » Moto2 Aragon - Race Results


biaggi: Vinales is a fantastic rider. i would have liked to see him on the repsol honda next year.
+1 Satellite honda or yamaha would have also been better that suzuki but I hope that despote this a bit risky move into suzuki camp he is able to get the best bike of the grid underneath him during the next 3 years. Vinales has that kind of unique capability to push and be fast quite quickly also on new bikes. Will be interesting to see that how quickly he will adapt nxt year into motogp compared to other rookies (e.g. Miller who will have the best possible support begind him that can be get, including Cabbarani as a vrew chief)

Zambooni

September 28, 2014 12:50 PM
Last Edited 24 days ago

MotoGP » Moto2 Aragon - Race Results


Damn! The championship got finally nailed for todays lucky boy Tito, avoiding rain race flushout, and now it's about checking who will win individual races. It doesn't even help much although my second favourite Vinales deservedly took the win with a solid performance as the championship went into spanish maniac monkey. Would have hoped for rain, would have been ok with a sunny and warm tarmac but not anyting in between that we had today. The condition sealed completely Kallio's. Championship hopes as the bike clearly wasn't even in satisfactory race setup for cooler tarmac and I guess that it must have been extremely fustrating to try tofight with a bike where you can't get the tyres working, like several times before this season (As in normal sunny condition he has had the pace to run on front from second day of race weekend). Hope that moto3 champ will run till end, otherwise it will be even longer wait till next season!

Zambooni

September 27, 2014 3:47 PM

MotoGP » Moto2: First pole for Maverick Vinales


Hmm, interesting and extremely tight qualifying once again in moto2. I guessed that Rabat would have taken pole with a clear margin today, but luckily that didn't happen. :) Rabat's race pace has seemed scaringly good for the whole weekend tough. The private test that he took few weeks ago in Aragon must have gained him also an clear advantage for the race weekend. I Just have to cross my fingers that my favourites Kallio, as well as Vinales would be able to whipe floor with Rabat's ass in tomorrow race to keep the championships close till the end of season.


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