I just hate how they skip 9/10 of the laps but bs for half hour..Yeah I am for sure going to get that.
This film shows how far Dorna has come in developing Grand Prix racing.
Unfortunately it also illustrates the pathetic state of motorcycle racing in America.
MotoAmerica has sadly turned out to be less interesting, by far, than WSMC was at its peak, when Jason Pridmore was winning the Toyota 200 at the 2.5-mile road course and the classes gave rise to many excellent riders.
Rainey made what I feel was a very unusual statement to the effect that racers in MA should actively dislike one another and show it in the pits. I just don't see how that can help the organization when the racing itself and the riders are simply at a B-player level or lower.
Creating emotional drama and rivalry in the pits or during the post-race interview might seem like a good plan, but MotoGP has done the opposite. The racers are very personable, crowd-friendly, and cooperative with PR efforts, all while being the finest riders in the world.
I been watching Formula One Grand Prix motorcycle racing since 1983, it was great in the 80's and early 90's, but got boring for a time.
These days, I'm seriously hooked. Bought the videopass and watch every race and quite a few of the other videos.
MotoGP has a done a great job of making the sport the equal of F1 car racing.
It is a great time for motorcycle racing.That made the hair on the back of my neck stand up.