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Oct 06

Posts: 3

ringjunkie says:

getting boring

hate to admit it but bike racing apart from bsb is getting that way , aprillia and bmw going to moto g/p to circulate around the 20th mark , hows that going to advance road bikes and sell more too , also i accept that marquez is a talent but seems like everyone has forgotten just how many dubious and near dangerous stunts he pulled in moto 2 and while were there itll soon be called the spanoto gp once all the matquez and vinales and espagaro clan move in on the seats ,  

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Nov 04

Posts: 3830

750FLYER says:


I hate to disagree.... But I will..  :winkie:

You must've missed tho Moto3 and Moto2 race... Infact the MotoGP itself was pretty lively especially at the end... Scotty 26 points clear at the top of the table..  Cal battling hard with Rossi and Bautista.. Hayden pushing Dovi out the way,... Practically a different winner every time the WSB boys go out and play... Sam Lowes and Sofuoglu duffing each other up in WSS helped by Foret and Van Der Mark that new dude... Suzuki showing their new 2015 MGP bike and yes the influx of new manufacturers there... Cal on  Ducati next year......................

Blimey... I could go on.......... But I won't!!

Can't really see where you're boredom is coming from... Do you live in Wales???   :lol::lol::lol::lol:

I'd agree that the BSB/BSS is totally amazing tho... ...ASWELL!!!!


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Oct 06

Posts: 3

ringjunkie says:

partly right

yes wsb is great just now but we all know that jonathan rae rides the wheels of the blade every outing [ also owning an rr-8 blade im slightly biased ] , but its that overdue for a revamp its embarrasing for honda , no melandri , chas davies , and eugene and the frebch dude , checas ducati is no where so that leaves for next year - emmmmmmmmmm  yes wss is awesome apart from sofoglus usual dirty riding and block passes  ill give you that one , i dont even bother watching moto 3 as its the spanish roadshow , moto 2 , a bit bettr but thatll change next year when the vinales and espagaro and marquez minions take the best rides as seems like spanish moneyis controlling the sport in all classes, finally i hope im proved wrong but unless ducati dramatically improves the bike next year cal wont be up the front on the ducati , , i cant understand why bmw and aprillia are pulling out to supposedly go moto g/p , how is that going to sell more road bikes and technically advance bikes on the road , theyll go and circulate around the 20th mark like the other crt,s 

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Jul 11

Posts: 86

Slorta says:

Boring little tit

I think everyone is bored with boring people saying how boring racing is.  1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th are 4 of the best riders in history.  There has only been 2 other riders like Marquez in the history of the sport and we are lucky enough to live in that era and watch a master at his game. But we still get boring prats who say 'I'm bored'.  Give us a break.  

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Sep 13

Posts: 2

jjsVFR says:

I agree... with the replies that disagree!

I think MotoGP has had a bit of a lull, maybe, over the last couple of season's, but certainly not boring!

I think it's been lacking in the real characters that make the racing so great. 

Since the death of Simoncelli and with Rossi no longer on pace or not happy at Ducati, I just do not think that the three at the top, Jorge, Dani Pedrosa or Stoner, had the same charisma as other riders over the years have had, on and off the track, to really give the sport its spark.

However we now have Marquez, the spanish contingent mentioned in the original post and a strong field. With Cal, who will mix it up on the Ducati, Bradley Smith will get better and Scott Redding moving up to ride the Gresini Honda that Casey Stoner's been testing should provide a decent Brit battle towards the top.

Bradl, Iannone and Yonny Hernandez are also class riders, and they're not spanish!

I'm just hoping the sport gets greater coverage with BT next season then it has been with bbc as it's clearly no longer a priority for them.

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