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06-07-2007 08:15 AM
jodepaha Hello, just joining in.. Love GP. Hayden will be gone next year from honda. So will edwards from Yamaha. Yamaha will try to get Lorenzo from the 250, because they won't let him get away like Stoner. Respol has choices, Toseland, Kiyo from BSB ( bad A Dude) also Rea from BSB, he'll guess ride in donnington. Also Look for Ducati to get someone to team with Stoner. I think no one can keep pace with Rossi when he's riding like the wind, Under power what ever, he has the X-Factor no one else has.
06-05-2007 12:29 AM
PiZdETS Classic Rossi displayed at the Mugello GP. When Rossi is on his game no one can come close.
What the hell is wrong with Hayden this year, think it's all the bike? Seems like HRC would have sourced all the uber expensive carbon fiber/kevlar/unobtanium parts needed to make the bike amazing by now.
04-10-2007 11:51 AM
ebbs15
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B'stone is doing quite well for its self. Before, their Q's were good enough to put Kawis in the front but their Race tires wouldnt keep anyone there. Now their Race tires can keep the powerful Ducs up front a whole race.

If the guys ride the new 'stones in FP1 and hate em, im sure the old ones will be around... but you never know.

That makes racing harder to predict than most sports. all the talent in the world cant make up for a crap tire, or a 5mph top end defficency over 20 or so laps.
especially with as short of races as Moto GP has... you can't fix it by coming in for a pit and change'n up the tires...

But I've gotta say... for having a 5hp defficency Rossi was ****ing awesome at Qatar... Pedrosa just couldn't keep him behind
04-10-2007 09:52 AM
JK_DILLA B'stone is doing quite well for its self. Before, their Q's were good enough to put Kawis in the front but their Race tires wouldnt keep anyone there. Now their Race tires can keep the powerful Ducs up front a whole race.

If the guys ride the new 'stones in FP1 and hate em, im sure the old ones will be around... but you never know.

That makes racing harder to predict than most sports. all the talent in the world cant make up for a crap tire, or a 5mph top end defficency over 20 or so laps.
04-09-2007 10:08 AM
DLIT
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Bridgestone is set to debut a new tire at the Chinese and Turkish GP's. No testing and little carry over info from the 990's means that their tire is a big shot in the dark.

Both these tracks have been known to be tough on tires and the last time they MotoGP guys were there was over a year ago. The last Chinese GP was also held in the rain? Who will get the best of the tire situation this year? OUr little MotoGP tipping contest could get pretty interesting in the next 2 rounds!!
Hmmm. Remember last year when Bridge introduced new tires and Cap won by 7 or 8 seconds in front of Rossi at Brno? He smoked everybody.
04-09-2007 09:10 AM
smileyman Bridgestone is set to debut a new tire at the Chinese and Turkish GP's. No testing and little carry over info from the 990's means that their tire is a big shot in the dark.

Both these tracks have been known to be tough on tires and the last time they MotoGP guys were there was over a year ago. The last Chinese GP was also held in the rain? Who will get the best of the tire situation this year? OUr little MotoGP tipping contest could get pretty interesting in the next 2 rounds!!
04-07-2007 02:59 PM
JK_DILLA TeamKR gets another sponsor. It wouldnt be the same if he had to leave GP, so i welcome and thank Top1-

Theyre american as well.

http://www.topoil.com/
03-29-2007 07:32 PM
DLIT
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True True! But Biatchi can ride a bike. Corona Suzuki is gonna be real proud of his talents this year...Until he blames them for not developing the bike to better suit his style or pretends his team mate is getting more attention...
"Biatchi" Yeah. Maybe he changed his ways. I won't hold my breathe.
03-29-2007 08:24 AM
smileyman
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Rossi was a HUGE Capirossi fan because him and Biaggi didn't like eachother. Rossi chose Cap's side. Anyone who knows Biaggi obviously knows why. B's a cun*y bitch.

True True! But Biatchi can ride a bike. Corona Suzuki is gonna be real proud of his talents this year...Until he blames them for not developing the bike to better suit his style or pretends his team mate is getting more attention...
03-29-2007 03:00 AM
marko138
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F that Capi guy. Rossi is the man!
I couldn't afford Rossi.



03-29-2007 01:53 AM
DLIT
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F that Capi guy. Rossi is the man!
Rossi was a HUGE Capirossi fan because him and Biaggi didn't like eachother. Rossi chose Cap's side. Anyone who knows Biaggi obviously knows why. B's a cun*y bitch.
03-28-2007 07:54 AM
Rider
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I hope you're right. I need the points.
F that Capi guy. Rossi is the man!
03-27-2007 10:51 PM
marko138
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Capirossi was busy celebrating 250 GP starts but his real problem (other than the tempermental Duc set up ) was his wife Ingrid was supposed to be due to deliver their baby last weekend. I gambled that she would deliver prior to the race which woulda supercharged his efforts but she didn't...I haven't heard if she ever went into labor or not yet, but that's OK cause maybe with a month till the next race Loris will be able to be with her. Having a kid is worth at least 2 GP podiums...
I hope you're right. I need the points.



03-27-2007 07:20 PM
ebbs15
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My buddy downloads them. I gotta ask him how. I'll get back to ya.
03-27-2007 06:45 PM
DLIT
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cool cool... can you down load the vids or only streem them?
My buddy downloads them. I gotta ask him how. I'll get back to ya.
03-27-2007 03:05 PM
ebbs15
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Once the last race of the season has been aired, your subscribtion expires a day or two after. So all the off-season stuff, you gotta renew it. But yeah. There's a decent amount (like 6-8) of races you can watch from earlier in the season when it's near the end of the season. I watched the Mugello race like four times last year. Sachenring too. They were both awesome!
cool cool... can you down load the vids or only streem them?
03-27-2007 03:03 PM
DLIT Once the last race of the season has been aired, your subscribtion expires a day or two after. So all the off-season stuff, you gotta renew it. But yeah. There's a decent amount (like 6-8) of races you can watch from earlier in the season when it's near the end of the season. I watched the Mugello race like four times last year. Sachenring too. They were both awesome!
03-27-2007 02:58 PM
ebbs15
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It depends. If it was race ten of the season, you probably wouldn't be able to go watch race one or two again.
ahh ok... I wasn't sure if the subscription just allows full access to their site for a season (so you can view all past races too) or if it's just the current season... or even if it was the current ROUND...

I'll look into it... My may just get the subscription
03-27-2007 01:11 PM
DLIT
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it's cool.


with the subscription... can you watch all the races? or are they only good for a certain time period? like if I coudlnt' see the race for 3 weeks would I be able to go back and watch it?
It depends. If it was race ten of the season, you probably wouldn't be able to go watch race one or two again.
03-27-2007 12:53 PM
ebbs15
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We'll see. Haven't got a copy yet.
it's cool.


with the subscription... can you watch all the races? or are they only good for a certain time period? like if I coudlnt' see the race for 3 weeks would I be able to go back and watch it?
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