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Matthew Birt  says:

10 MotoGP wishes for 2013

By now you’re probably growing weary of the daily regime of hoovering up millions of fallen Christmas tree needles, so looking forward to the 2013 MotoGP world championship campaign, what can we hope for when the new season kicks off under the Losail International Circuit floodlights in Qatar on April 7? A British MotoGP winner for the first time in 32...

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Sep 12

Posts: 209

MrKrabs says:

If Spies has a season like the last one why would suzuki want him?

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Feb 12

Posts: 40

LouisVR46 says:

You say that but actually spies is exactly what Suzuki would need. He is a world champion, has experience but is still youthful, has the momentum to keep going, despite all that has happened to him. He is likely to attract sponsors and marketing and when his luck and form returns he is a serious contender for the win, if I'm honest I am stumped that he didn't pull of more wins, as he has the pace and can do the distance, but it never all clicks into place its like trying to get the planets to align.

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Aug 11

Posts: 698

Bootlegger says:

Musical chairs

Spies replaced a done and dusted Rossi. Now, Rossi has replaced a done and dusted Spies. Spies replaces a done and dusted Rossi on D16. Why even mention Suzuki ! For God's sake,they never could compete with Preziosi's D16 and neither could Kawasaki. Why the hell should Ben bother with those bankrupt GP outfits. Good on him and Ducati 2013.

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Dec 10

Posts: 474

eddl says:

any one seen my keys ?

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Oct 06

Posts: 587

Eddy998 says:


1. Cal's the man to do it!!!!!!!!!!!!! 2. Could be his opportunity to win!!!!!!!!!!! 3. Rossi to win?? No chance! and who cares anyway!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 4. Lotenzo and Rossi, could make a happy couple!!!!!!!!!!!! 5. Spies will, I reckon, show what he can do on the Desmo!!!!!!!!!!!! 6. Bradley Smith???????? Big question mark!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 7. Marc Márquez what hype??? He's already proved how good he is!!!!!!!!!!!! 8. British success continues??????????? What success?????????? 9. Rossi’s mercurial talents???????????? You've got to be havong a joke!!! was Rossi´s lack of it that has caused Ducat's problems 10. The sooner Edwards retires the better!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! ...........................................Ciao

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Nov 03

Posts: 2232

saturn392 says:


Try the pockets in your other jacket - the one on the back of the kitchen chair.

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Nov 03

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saturn392 says:

If wishes were horses  beggars would ride !!!

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Mar 11

Posts: 477

Danny Kent wins multiple GP's

Boy band wannabe Danny Kent on instruction from manager Simon Cowell takes to bringing his own amp and microphone to podium presentations and belting out God save the Queen, Valentino Rossi thinking he is being serenaded by Kent signs Kent to play a young Rossi in hit West End musical "The Valentino Rossi Story". Londons West End is clogged by middle age men on various versions of BMW GS's and Soho gay bars do a record trade, on hearing that soho's pink businesses are profiting from his image Mafioso Rossi sends offsider Uccio Sallucci to extort soho's pink trade, Salluci is quickly arrested and sentenced to three months in jail. On release sallucci releases a book detailing his prison experience where he reveals he got a taste for gay sex as a young man at minibike races. 

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Jul 12

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wosihound says:

From orange to pink..

Unfortunately, a classic example of what can happen when your hero goes all soft, has a kid and retires from the rough tough world of International bike racing ace to stay at home..wash nappies and go fishing.

Lately, the princeofrectal has been spending way too much time propping up The Pink Flamingo's bar, COCKtail in hand, drowning his sorrows at the lack of Australian prospects.

The charade is over. What's the point in pretending to be a kick-arse, no bullshit Ozzie biking die-hard?..when you can breeze down the local wi-fi gay bar with your mates on Lambretta's and let your fantasies run riot while ogling similar minded flouncers?

Shame Big Boy..but it was bound to happen sooner rather than later.


Wish list?

Rossi's mind games unhinge Jorge..

Marquez lives up to his billing and takes it to the wire..

Hayden spanks the Japanese rejects Speez & Spotty Muldoon..




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Jun 10

Posts: 510

weskit says:

11) A race finishes with the top 3 all within 0.25s of each other 12) Carmelo Ezpeleta retires. The new CEO of Dorna actually has an interest in motorcycles, and plans to turn MotoGP into the WWF of motorsports are shelved.

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