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post #51 of 53 (permalink) Old Aug 25th, 2019, 11:10 pm
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Motogp- they got back in it a few years ago, but not much of a contender till this year. I expect them to be better next year

MotoAmerica - a few years ago, when tony Elias started riding for them
Thank you very much. I now feel more caught up.

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post #52 of 53 (permalink) Old Sep 1st, 2019, 11:01 pm
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[QUOTE=Rex Coil 7;7017615]MM .... needs to take his Ritalin.
Dovi ... forgot what class he races in.
Lorenzo .... Lorentho. Lost puppy.... needs to be back on a Yammy.
Iannoni ... some Italian guy.
Zarco ... another smelly ungrateful Frenchy
Miller ... yer mum.
Crutches ... UK's last hope ..... went down the drain with the hairballs.
Pedrosa .... Hmmm ... so we'll see ... depends on what KTM gives 'm.
Rossi .... c'mon bruh .... yer about to become the world's most famous also ran ... time to hang up the leathers before you look like a sad member of the Rolling Stones. Call the F1 people. Or get into USA flat track and run with JD Beach and Larry Pegram ... make sure you get on an Indian. Take a cue from Danica Patrick and start a clothing line

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It must be TV proceeds keeping MotoAmerica alive. It couldn't be attendance figures at the races, I see more people going to AFM club races than MotoAmerica. A real shame actually. The last time Ducati sponsored was when Neil Hodgson and Eric Bostrom were teammates. Unfortunately they got under powered and non competitive bikes and never realized their racing skills. If the manufacturers got more involved it might heighten the awareness and exposure of the MotoAmerica series and maybe attract recognized racers from around the world. But, if your base of motorcycle racing fans (here in the USA) are slim and don't have the passion as other countries do, why exert the effort?

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