Showing posts with label argentina motogp. Show all posts
Showing posts with label argentina motogp. Show all posts

Wednesday, April 05, 2017

Wheelie Wednesday and Motogp at Argentina back at the Weekend

Qatar done up next Argentina, who do you think will win?

Hello everyone, welcome to my Wheelie Wednesday blog. Well, Sunday will be here soon and up next is Argentina. After a great start for Yamaha what do we think, will they keep it up for the next race?

So the round up of news from around the web goes like this.....

Espargaro:- 'After the good sensations in Qatar, I can't wait to ride in Argentina. It's a track that I really like and I'm always comfortable with my riding style there. I hope to be able to get an optimal set up in race conditions, but at the same time I would like to battle for a good position QP too'. Quote Motogp

Dovizioso:- 'We will tackle the weekend in Argentina pretty excited following the good result in Qatar and after last Wednesday's test at Jerez, which proved to be quite positive and which allowed us to get some good work done'. Quote

Rossi:- 'It wasn't an easy start to the championship. We have worked so hard during the test, but during the weekend of the first race we have fixed a few things, especially in the front. The race went very well and I was very happy to be able to get on the podium. Now we go to Argentina. This is a track that I like very much and I'm happy to go there. I hope that there are good aphalt conditions because last year it was difficult for us. We will try to work better and try to go once again on the podium'. - Quote Motogp

Miller:- Qatar was a good start to the season and I was happy with the result. Now we head to Argentina looking to improve further, on a track that should be a good match for our bike'. - Quote

Baz:- 'In the first race everything went really well, and that's why I'm looking forward to race in Argentina. In Qatar, I probably did my best dry race in MotoGP, but even though, my feeling was not the best. I'm convinced that it is possible to do even better. I love the layout of the Termas de Rio Hondo circuit and  want to do a good race. We will see how the weekend goes, we will keep working step by step to get the best set up and I'll try to enjoy riding my bike'. Quote - Motorcycle news

Vinales:- 'After the amazing race in Qatar I'm super excited to be back on my M1 this weekend in Termas de Rio Hondo. Now we have the difficult challenge to continue getting good results, Qatar was only the first race of 18. I can feel the pressure a little bit because the level of my rivals is very high, but that motivates me even more to keep working hard. We have to be cautious, work step by step and race by race'. Quote Motogp

Lets hope that camera is sorted out for the race on Sunday!

Now 350 GP's that's what I call impressive!

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Get so into Motogp when I quote what has been said, start to get a feeling for the passion that these guys have for the sport. Gonna be a great second race.

Now, I wonder if Rossi can improve on 3rd place at Qatar? We shall just have to wait and see, we all know that Rossi does well on Sunday's and in the actual race let's hope that this proves to be true again on Sunday.


And for my Triumph friends looks to be great weather on Sunday so looking forward to more riding with you lovely bunch of friends. Our leader has said that we will be leaving from Lysses Path car park for a 9.15 departure a change from the original time.

That's it for now folks have a great rest of the week and roll on the weekend!

Thats me......