Wednesday, June 07, 2017

Wheelie Wednesday with more Chinwagging about Motogp

Hi folks, hope everyone is well and enjoying the british weather, not.

Just returned from a fab holiday in Vendee France with my hubby and grandson, sunshine was on the agenda!

Anyway moving on and back to wheelies and Motogp, thanks for your piccies included here its great to see the talent out there and wheelies show a lot of talent and skill, absolute amazes me talk about skill, keep them coming!


So, lets see what's going on around the web.... Oh and well done to Dovizioso!


Rossi:- 'I would have liked to have had a one-week stop after the Mugello race to recover in the best way. Anyway, I'm happy with the race I did, the bike rode well and in Barcelona I hope I can be better, I would like to go on the podium. Barcelona is a circuit that I really enjoy, even if it's a track with less grip, and we will have to try to find a good set-up to make the tyres work best. On Monday we will also have a day of testing and we will use it to try some other solutions. This is another Grand Prix where there is a beautiful atmosphere, with so many enthusiastic fans. we are ready to do our best!' - Quote Movistar Yamaha

Did you know that Rossi is the most successful rider across all grand prix classes at the Catalunya circuit with the victories (1 x 125cc, 2 x 250cc, 1 x 500cc, 6 x Motogp.



Marquez:- 'I'm happy to get back in action and to do it at Catalunya, as racing at home in front of all your fans always gives you an extra boost! In Italy we managed the situation as well as possible, but we must do better. We have to be able to remain more consistently at a good level'. - Quote Cycle World




Pedrosa:- I'm looking forward to going to Montmelo as I like the track a lot and of course the atmosphere with fan club and all the fans is always amazing! We will work hard to get back to the level we were at before Mugello and try and make good use of the information we gathered during the test we had at Montmelo in May, which was quite positive'. - Quote Cycle World



Zarco:- 'With the experience that I gained in Mugello, I think that I can set up the M1 better and I will push to be as close as possible to the podium, which is the target'. - Quote - www.Crash.net 



Vinales:- 'Montmelo is a very special track for me as it is my home Grand Prix. It's a really good track for me and for my riding style and I hope also for the bike. We are in a good flow, having gained good momentum, so we are strong and confident and we have many set-ups in case we won't work and for that reason I arrive to Montmelo really motivated. We will try to obtain as many points as we can and we will try to stand on the podium at the end of it, but to do so we have to be smart, also with the tyre selection'. Quote - Movistar Yamaha



Lorenzo:- At Montmelo anything can happen. In the test at Mugello I was slower than Michele and Andrea, much, much slower, but during the weekend I improved a little bit but obviously we're missing something here. Montmelo I was the fastest Ducati over the two days, so anything can change I think we can be a little more competitive'. - Quote Motogp




It certainly is starting to heat up at the Motogp, really good racing......



Wow! I love this piccy!





Some tour information shared to me....












That's it for now then folks, keep the wheelies coming, until next time.

Ride safe......

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