Getting closer to the end of a battle

I would have bet that Dani Pedrosa was to take this weekend’s Moto GP at Motegi, but having seen the events that is not going to be possible. The Spaniard crashed and broke a collarbone, it seems this kid is always breaking once he hits the ground, and that’s why he’s not a Moto GP champion.

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British GP

It was a lovely race the one we could see last Sunday, as expected in a race track so good in a country with such an amazing history in motorcycling. Suzuki made a great victory, a bit unexpected, but well Maverick Viñales had to make it one day or another. Congratulations, and mind my words, we have a future Moto GP champion here. Let’s give him some time.

…and apart from the amazing clash, the race was quite funny, especially when Marc Marquez decided a deliberated crazy attack on Rossi first, and everybody else when he lost his place on the track. This boy should know how to behave and control himself sometimes… but I strongly believe when that happens, Moto GP would be a bit more boring than it is now!

He couldn’t be on the podium, but Cal Crutchlow, who had just won the previous race was, in front of his audience in his home country. Good day for him, it could have been better though, it seems he had the chance, but races are like they are.

And the accident between Pol Espargaro and Loriz Baz ended up in both bikes destroyed, both riders in hospital, and nothing else despite how impressive it was and how horrible it could have been.

The Circus of the Speed will never leave us indiferent!

Rainy Brno…

No British winner since Barry Sheene’s last victory in 1981, so I guess there’s a bit to celebrate for Britons.

I have waited a long time for this and so has all the dedicated people I have worked with over the years. Thank you …

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Rain is always a tricky part of motorcycle races, but that doesn’t mean Cal Crutchlow didn’t make a magnificent race last Sunday in the Czech Republic, congratulations for his victory.

Jorge Lorenzo had a disappointing result after what seemed like a great weekend, and the rest of the riders kept their riding as best as they could despite the water everywhere.

Finally for Ducati! Was Iannone decision a mistake?

Congratulations to the Ducati team, after six years since Casey Stoner’s times, a new victory for the red Scuderia.

And it was also a first victory to Andrea Iannone in Moto GP as well, and no need to say all the history with the team, but what’s more shocking is that he will be sacked by the end of the season.

P1 in FP3!! Good job this morning!! 😎✊👊 #ducati #motogp #dainesecrew #agvrider #pramac #maniac #ai29

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