World Superbike Racer
Join Date: Feb 2012
Location: Melbourne, Australia
I Ride: Kawasaki ZX6R '09
I reckon if you ride GP you're gonna be tough as nails, no matter where you start on the grid.
Could a lot of the differences between racing styles & techniques be due to bike set up? I know these bikes are constantly evolving during the season.
Next race season:
-Marquez is just going to improve, probably release a mens 'fragrance' and a children's line of clothing. Both fragrance and clothing line will be labelled "Man", just for the irony.
-Jorge will have Bradl and maybe both the Yamaha Tech 3 bikes in his mirrors.
-Cal 'Bananaman'(see my other thread) Crutchlow will be using his Ducati in his off-time to deliver pizzas.
-If Scott Redding can keep it together, I believe he may make in interesting introduction to GP.
-Vale, further down the slope. Ditching his support crew in an attempt to revive his competitiveness will see his demise. Go sort your Moto3 team already Valentino.
-Pedrobot will retire at the conclusion of 2014 season. NASA will talk to him about replacing all their unmanned planet exploration missions for the next 3,000 years. At the conclusion of his 3,000 year contract he will have nearly perfected a convincing smile.
-Possibly an additional 7 or 8 races in Spain announced for 2015. "Atornille el clima económico!" can be frequently heard in the cantinas.