The Official 2020 Silly Season Thread

Discussion in 'General' started by The Great One, Jul 1, 2019.

  1. Mot Okstef

    Mot Okstef Scrolling all day long on RRW.com

    Ed Zachary! :D

    It was brought up in this video and I've seen the discussion in several other website articles.

    There's always going to be some young kid who comes up through the ranks and dominates (MM93) ;) and breaks all kinds of past records. Even after a great record setting career most old racers retire and move on to quilting. :D
     
  2. KMC

    KMC DUC|DET

    Toprak is the real deal. Dig the dude’s riding style. Kinda loose. Kaw will retain him, he’s only getting faster.

    Haslam is done. Relagate him back to BSBK. Dude flat out can’t win races in WSBK.

    Would be cool to see Redding in WSBK.
     
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  3. ryoung57

    ryoung57 Off his meds


    You think Redding could/would replace Davies?
     
  4. Suzuka_joe

    Suzuka_joe Well-Known Member

    considering Bautista's track record this season I bet thats a thought since redding is killing it in BSB.
     
  5. prospected

    prospected Well-Known Member

    Redding might replace Bautista if he jumps ship to HRC for the $$$
     
  6. SPL170db

    SPL170db Trackday winner


    F1 has gone on without Schumacher. AMA Superbike has gone on without Mladin and Spies :D
     
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  7. dieterly

    dieterly Well-Known Member

    Alex Marquez to Petronas Moto2 next year (basically Josh Herrin’s old team), then onto the Petronas Yamaha in 2021.
     
  8. Dave K

    Dave K DaveK über alles!

    I just read they threw the Kiefer team out of moto2 for 2020 with Forward and the American team in danger of a similar fate.
     
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  9. Steeltoe

    Steeltoe What's my move?

    Not sure that's the best example. :D
     
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  10. Suzuka_joe

    Suzuka_joe Well-Known Member

    Didnt the American Racing team have money issues all year? With Joe Roberts team mate performing exponentially better on the same bike i'd be willing to be Joe is back stateside in 2020, maybeeeee find a WSS ride but doubt it.
     
  11. dieterly

    dieterly Well-Known Member

    I think DORNA is trying to trim it to 28 full time riders...
     
  12. TX Joose

    TX Joose Well-Known Member

    Sure MotoGP will survive without Rossi but they will take a financial hit from SWAG sales. Maybe only slightly from ticket or subscription sales.
     
  13. vizsladog

    vizsladog Well-Known Member

    Its almost dead. Zero intrest from anyone, and the stands are empty.
     
  14. SPL170db

    SPL170db Trackday winner

    I only suggested it survived......not thrived :D
     
  15. The Great One

    The Great One Well-Known Member

    The Puccetti team boss has already been quoted saying that Toprak won't be racing with them next year. It's looking most likely that he'll be riding a blue bike next year.

    There are also murmurs that Redding could be joining Tom Sykes next year...
     
  16. The Great One

    The Great One Well-Known Member

    If you think that's happening, you should look up some quotes from Lin Jarvis.
     
  17. 418

    418 Expert #59


    Speaking of Sykes...

    Dude has done a fine job of landing on his feet at BMW hasn't he?
     
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  18. BigBird

    BigBird blah

    what's up with catfish? heard he's going back to Moto2. Poor fisher
     
  19. tzrider

    tzrider CZrider

    Not clear where Syahrin is heading. Petronas has apparently offered 'help' him to find a spot but it left the impression it didn't go any further than phone numbers though.... (Last bit is pure speculation on my part)
     
  20. dieterly

    dieterly Well-Known Member

    What makes you think Lin Jarvis will be around next year?
     

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