Showing posts with label yamaha team. Show all posts
Showing posts with label yamaha team. Show all posts

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

Wheelie Wednesday is here....

Hi folks, who else is missing Motogp....

Hope your weeks going well. Thanks for all your wheelie piccies and please keep them coming.


So, I'm missing Motogp, sure you are too.



Surprise, my post is really early this week!

Let's chinwag about something that is really getting on my nerves at the moment and as I have no round up of  Motogp. I am sure you will appreciate why it's getting on my nerves once you have read my dilemma..



It's that time of the year when garden fences have to be maintained! Yes you heard right! My dilemma is having to paint the fence in our back garden. O.k, so we all have to do these mundaine things but I am so frustrated at having to give my time up at the lottie and riding with our biker friends to one of those jobs that seems to take for ever.



It's not as if I have to do it all on my own because hubby is helping with it too, it's just such a boring job! And, it doesn't help that we have to do our neighbours sides too!



Now, I am not one to winge, but after spending Sunday cutting back all of the shrubs and clearing my rockery, I am exhausted and the thought of today going out and painting a panel before hubby comes home from work and after doing the housework (day off!) is just to much!



The problem with me is that I can't sit still and I really do need too to so as to regain some energy, so, I thought the only way that I would sit still is if I wrote on my blog and looked at all of the wonderful wheelies that get sent to me via facebook and twitter.



The thing is though I am feeling so guilty! Although I am totally exhausted after the work that we not just me did in the garden at the weekend, sitting here and writing on my blog knowing that the fence is staring at me and needing doing whilst hubby is working is making me feel that I am being lazy.

 That said, I know that I am not lazy! I know that I have worked hard in the house today, almost slaughtered myself yesterday in the garden and have to do a 12 hour shift at work tomorrow!



 Giving up riding with our biker friends on Sunday does not bare well either! They all went to Kimmeridge bay whilst me and hubby worked our socks off!



 Enough of my whinging! Do I feel better writing it down? No unfortunately not, the fence is still looking at me.....



 Motogp hasn't helped having a break!


 And Rossi, well, I hope he comes back fighting fit and raring to get that 10th title because I know his fans are crying out for him to get it!

No pressure there then!!



Anyway, whinging over, get on with it is what springs to mind...



 I receive so many biker pictures that I am thinking of expanding my blog to include other pictures that are what I would say challenging moves, seems such a waste not to share them with others. 




For example, this picture below, absolutely incredible how the bike didn't go over! 


Yep, that's it I have made my mind up, I am going to add any piccies that are sent to me which are outstanding, different, challenging, funny or out of the ordinary...

Like these below.....



Omg! Couldn't believe what I saw when this was sent to me, lol....

Now that's what I call travelling light! Not....





 This one is different too, look how close all of those riders are....



How many of you have found your bike stuck in the mud....



Posy piccies too, can be fun, lol......





 Brilliant....


Hilarious!








So, that said, I can only add them if you send them to me! So, get looking threw your piccies and start sending them to me via facebook and twitter and I will add them to my blog for other biker crazy folk to see.

And yes, I do have many followers!

Mmm, feeling better now, really enjoyed looking through pictures and adding them took my mind of the dreaded fence!

Anyway, for now and until next time happy riding and ride safe and hopefully my next blog will be more about motogp.

Oh, and please share to all of your friends, they too may have some fantastic pictures for us all to enjoy that they would like to send to me.


Until laters......

Wednesday, May 03, 2017

Wheelie Wednesday and Come Chinwagwithme About Motogp at Jerez

Hi everyone welcome to my blog....

Hope your week is going well so far, great having a Bank Holiday to shorten the week, makes the weekend seem so much longer.

Thank you all for all of your wonderful pictures that I have added here for all to see, please keep them coming.

Motogp at Jerez on Sunday and are we all excited, I think we are. So far the Motogp has been one not to miss.

With Rossi being on the podium at the last three races, Quatar, Argentina and Texas   I wonder what this legend will pull out of the bag on Sunday at Jerez.

It got me thinking about the different nicknames that he has, including the goat, the doctor and VR46.

The Goat, Greatest of all Time, really does sum up this racer, who can better him? Agostini? Can you think of any racer that you think may better this legend, if you can then I would love to hear your views, leave a comment at the end of my blog and I'll get back to you, let's chinwag.


With a clear six point lead will he better his results so far and win at Jerez, ooh, so exciting!



Had to include this great sculpture, isn't it a beauty!



Let's talk Motogp roundup of comments on the web.....

I have laid out the comments under each of your pictures so that you can look at the pictures and read the comments too instead of bunching it all up in a writing space this time.


Vinales:- 'Jerez is a good track for Yamaha, they've always been very fast there, so I know that I can be strong and fast' - Quote MotoSponsor

'Jerez is a good track for Yamaha, they've always been very fast there, so I know that I can be as strong and fast in Jerez as I was in Austin and as I have been at all the tracks during the start of this season.

We just should be focused, find a good set-up for the bike and push until the end of the race. I'm extra motivated for the next round'. Quote www.Crash.net


Crutchlow:- 'There is no reason why we can't go and do another good job in Jerez'. Quote - Motogp


Rossi - ' When I start a season, in all my career, my first target is to try to win a race. This year is the same. To stay at the top with Marquez and Vinales will be very hard, but we have to enjoy the moment. It's already good like this.

Now we go back to Europe, arriving at the very good part of the championship because we have Jerez, Le Mans, Mugello, Barcelona, Assen.

They are tracks that give to me fantastic memories, are very enjoyable with Motogp and the atmosphere is the real Motogp world championship.

Apart from that, we have to continue like this, stay concentrated and try the maximum'. Quote  Autosport


Some events coming up soon around the world.....




Lorenzo:- When asked if wheelie control was a particular problem, Lorenzo replied, 'Not as much i wheelie, but more in front contact almost everywhere. We lose some contact so in some areas we have to close some more throttle, we lose a lttle bit more than the other brands.

They decised to change the rules, so we have to adapt our evolution with these rules. So many accelerations at Austin, we dont have the same force in the front.

But it's like that, we have to forget that and work to improve the bike without the wings'. Quote Autosport

Zarco:- 'The Jerez round marks the beginning of the European races and it certainly will be interesting for us because the first three grands prix took place at very big and long cicuits in Qatar, Argentina and Texas.

The Spanish circuit is much shorter and tighter so I am curious to see how I will control the bike at this venue. After the great feeling in Texas and the solid fight to 5th position, I want to keep pushing and get as close as possible to the podium.

By the end of the last race, I was not far from the top three so I will keep working hard in order to reach this target'. Quote - www.Crash.net

Folger:- 'This is an event that I look forward to because I really like the circuit, plus, it will be good to start racing on European soil again, I have some good memories of the race track including last year, where I fought to a podium finish in the Moto2 class.

In fact, the Circuito de Jerez is one of my favourite venues and I am excited to jump on my Yamaha and experience its power at the track, which is short, twisting and physical'. Quote - www.Crash.net


Espargaro:-'I feel something good is coming, but we have to be patient'.
Quote - Autosport

'I can't wait to get on the bike again for the two-day test at Mugello then on Monday we go to Le Mans for another test before the Jerez race weekend. We have a big schedule ahead of us so it will be good to forget this race'. Quote - www.Crash.net



Iannone:- ' I really hope this will be a positive race for us. Last year we did some testing here in Jerez and it left me with a positive feeling. Also the performance wasn't bad.

This gives me some real confidence for this race. We will need to work hard from the very beginning on Friday to fix some issues we have encountered, but we already have some ideas. I'd really like to end next Sunday with a smile on our faces'.
Quote - Motogp



Were you aware that Motogp has been held at Jerez 31 times.



Honda has had seven wins at Jerez.


Yamaha too have had seven.


Ducati's had one and that was Nicky Hayden finishing third in 2011.


For the past thirteen years there has been at least one Spanish rider on the podium at Jerez.


Rossi has been the most successful rider at Jerez with nine grand prix victories to his name!


In the last five years there have been five different winners, Stoner, Lorenzo, Rossi, Pedrosa and Marquez.



Motogp TV times:- BT Sport 2, Friday 5th May 8.00a.m. - 15.00pm - Saturday 6th May 8.00a.m. to 15.15pm - Sunday 7th May 7.30a.m. to 15.00pm- Monday 8th May 19.00p.m. Highlights Channel 5




Had to add this picture that was sent to me, great way to film the races.....













Had to add this piccy....



So, there we have it, looks like all the riders love the European circuits and looks like they are really keen to improve on their individual performances doesn't it.

Time to go now folks, thanks again for your follows and pictures, really love working on my Wheelie Wednesday blog.

Good luck to all the riders and to all you lovely motorbikers.

Check in again next time and don't forget to like, comment and share.

Ride safe all......