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November 06, 2014 10:14 AM

WSBK » EXCLUSIVE: Loris Baz - Q&A Interview

If what he says about his relationship with Tom is true, I can understand why he wouldn't want to help Tom win the championship. However, it wasn't about helping Tom, it was about helping the team. All the staff, all the hard graft and hundreds of hours they've put in, late nights to fix his bikes and prepare them for the races. Did they not deserve the World Championship? Loris was thinking about himself and his own feud. That was more important to him than the team.


November 01, 2014 7:49 PM

MotoGP » EXCLUSIVE: Crutchlow talks 2014 ahead of Ducati exit

I like Cal. I really do. I've watched him from his BSB days and there's no denying he's a mega talented rider. That and the fact he comes across as such a 'normal' guy. It's easy to relate to him. The only thing that rubs me the wrong way with Cal is his constant need to try and explain why he hasn't/isn't doing well. Excuses basically. Unless it's a mega performance, almost all of his comments sound like... "I'm not making excuses, but here's my excuse" or "Oh I didn't do so well, but this rider also struggled, so it's not just me" He obviously cares a lot about what the public think and he doesn't want them to think he's crap, but taking responsibility get's more respect than trying to palm it off.


September 12, 2014 4:37 AM

MotoGP » Redding on 2015: It’s a big decision for me

Realist: Funniest comment ever. LOL! Good stuff. I dunno though, an average rider on a Factory bike will still be average. It's exciting stuff really. There could really be a shake-up next season.
Crutchlow has shown his potential. Beating full factory Yamahas to pole positions and podiums is no easy task. But it remains the be seen if he gels with Honda and recovers from a torrid season. Smith I grant you hasn't done enough to prove he isn't much more than average (relative to the MotoGP field) Redding though. Well, the jurys out. Personally, I truly believe there's something special there. It's not necessarily his ability (though that's right up there) but his mental strength and attitude. I think with the right opportunity, he'll come good.


September 13, 2014 2:32 AM

MotoGP » Redding reacts to Gresini Aprilia deal

reinmacre: If SR45 was such a hot commodity, teams would be lining up to sign him.
Honda want him on that factory Honda. Both Nakamoto and Suppo have got involved and guaranteed him the ride. The only question right now is which team is willing to foot the bill to run the Honda. That's the sticking point. Outside of this there are a reported two factories that want him for two years, and a third factory that want him for 2016. Redding's manager is quoted as saying he is 'very much in demand'. Sounds like a line to me.

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